The Lehman Mansion – Data Center Office
Location: New York, NY
Architect: HTO Architects
Ownership: Lehm Holdings LLC
Description: 5-story limestone Beaux-Arts historic landmark structure built in 1889 for Lehman Brothers co-founder Philip Lehman
The Lehman Mansion, 7 West 54th Street, New York, NY was an existing 5-story limestone Beaux-Arts historic landmark structure built in 1889 for Lehman Brothers co-founder Philip Lehman. The building is located across from the Metropolitan Museum in midtown Manhattan. The project consisted of a conversion from residential to financial data center for Zimmer Lucas Partners. The structure was reinforced with new core stairwell and elevator shaft with the addition of three stories of office space. The interior included data center, luxurious conference areas, automated retractable roof and entertainment area, and gymnasium along with 16,500 sf of office space. The restoration includes artisan’s detail to the original finishes incorporating artifacts from the Museum of Natural History.