New York-Presbyterian Hospital’s David H. Koch Center

Construction has topped out and curtain wall installation is underway at the New York-Presbyterian Hospital's 17-story, 733,500-square-foot multi-specialist outpatient center and maternity ward on the Upper East Side. 

Designed by Pei Cobb Freed, the building's exterior wall features a bronze and white toned frit pattern that will create an overall pattern of wavy vertical lines. Curtain wall has currently reached the second floor and overall completion is expected by 2018.

Northeast corner from York Avenue.

Façade installation at the northeast corner.

Looking up at the east façade from York Avenue.

Looking west along East 68th Street.

Southeast corner from York Avenue.

Curtain wall at the southeast corner.

Looking up at the south façade from East 68th Street.

Architect: Pei Cobb Freed (Design Architect), HOK (Architect of Record); Client: New York-Presbyterian Hospital; Program: Outpatient Center, Maternity Ward; Location: Upper East Side, New York, NY; Completion: 2018.