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Falling-Apart Facade Gets Brick Makeover on the UES

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The above before-and-afters found their way to the Curbed inbox over the holiday weekend. The building pictured is 200 East 84th Street, built with a white glazed brick facade in 1961. That facade was deteriorating, so Loci Architecture and JMA Consultants & Engineers replaced it with one of red brick and limestone. Likey?
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