120 Broadway, also known as the Equitable Building, was originally designed by Ernest R. Graham and completed construction in 1915. Located in the Financial District of Lower Manhattan, this Beaux-Arts building is part of the Wall Street Historic District and is also a National Historic Landmark as well as a New York City Landmark. At the time of its construction, the Equitable Building was the largest office building in the world.
EverGreene was contracted to restore ornamental plaster and venetian plaster in the lobby to it’s former glory. This included recreating existing rosettes in our studio, then installing and painting them to match. The project also consisted of patchwork of other ornamental plaster and restoration of 646 square feet of venetian plaster.