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We pride ourselves with our work. It is the reason why the majority of our work is from our existing client base. 


Situated on the South East corner of Lexington Avenue and 57th Street, LX57 re-envisions the building’s original Art Deco aesthetic, augmented throughout by materials and features selected with your wellbeing in mind. The exterior redesigned by Gensler features a restored façade and brand new windows. Royal was in charge of completing the Building Envelope Upgrade to a 21st century standard. 

Hyatt Grand Central

Originally named The Commodore Hotel, it opened on January 28, 1919. In 1980, real estate developer Donald Trump converted the hotel to the Grand Hyatt New York.


Royal was entrusted with the Facade Restoration, building envelope improvements and maintenance of Building Maintenance Units (BMU) system repairs

10 Grand Central

Designed by Ely Jacques Kahn in 1931, 10 Grand Central embodies the architect’s “New York style,” a term he coined in a 1931 New York Times article. This  38-story Beaux Arts beauty got a modern year-long facade restoration. Work included parapet replacements, corner rebuilding, brick repair and replacement, roof replacement, decorative stone repair, terracotta repair and replacement. Extensive work was performed to reinforce and restore decorative metal elements at the parapets.



Black Rock

The CBS Building, also known as Black Rock, is a prominent 38-story skyscraper designed by Eero Saarinen in Midtown Manhattan. Its distinctive facade features angled dark-gray granite piers alternating with dark-tinted glass, creating a continuous slab appearance.

Royal restored the granite facade and improved waterproofing elements throughout the building all elevations. 


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