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HISTORY


THE HIGH BRIDGE Highbridge Park, located on West 170th Street, University Avenue. The spectacular High Bridge was built between 1832 and 1848 and is the oldest existing bridge in New York City that links two boroughs, Bronx and Manhattan. The High Bridge was once part of the first reliable and uninterrupted water supply system in New York City. As the city was devastated by fire and disease in the 1830s, the inadequacy of the water system of wells and cisterns became apparent. Numerous corrective measures were discussed. In the final analysis only the Croton River, located in northern Westchester County, was found to be sufficient in quantity and quality to serve the needs of the city. The delivery system was begun in 1837, and was completed in 1848. The Old Croton Aqueduct was the first of its kind ever constructed in the United States. The innovative system used a gravity feed, running 41 miles into New York City through an enclosed masonry structure crossing ridges, valleys, and rivers. The High Bridge soars 138 feet above the 620 foot-wide Harlem River, with a total length of 1450 feet. The bridge was designed with a pedestrian walkway atop the Aqueduct and was not used for vehicular traffic. In the 1920s, the bridge’s center masonry arches were declared a hazard to navigation and replaced by a single steel span. One of Manhattan’s most picturesque landmarks, the water tower across the river has looked over old High Bridge and the Harlem River valley since 1872. In 1958, the tower was rehabilitated and outfitted with a five-octave carillon in memory of Benjamin Altman. The High Bridge and surrounding land came under Parks jurisdiction in 1960. The City of New York acquired this property in 1837 in conjunction with the construction of the Old Croton Aqueduct. In 1937, the property became parkland when it was transferred from the Department of Water Supply, Gas and Electricity. Parks was granted surface rights only. The rest of the property was transferred to Parks in 1960. Council Member Wendell Foster funded a $739,000 renovation that was completed in 2001. The work included a new overlook siting area, steel bar fencing, game tables, benches, brick and colored concrete pavements, a ramp, handrails, steps, curbs, plantings, drinking fountain, stone veneer wall, park identification plaque, lighting, and a thematic Samaritan Village Highbridge

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THE HIGH BRIDGE 1890

THE HIGH BRIDGE 2012

Highbridge Park, located on West 170th Street, University Avenue. The spectacular High Bridge was built between 1832 and 1848 and is the oldest existing bridge in New York City that links two boroughs, Bronx and Manhattan.

Highbridge Park, located on West 170th Street, University Avenue. The spectacular High Bridge was built between 1832 and 1848 and is the oldest existing bridge in New York City that links two boroughs, Bronx and Manhattan.

The High Bridge was once part of the first reliable and uninterrupted water supply system in New York City. In the final analysis only the Croton River, located in northern Westchester County, was found to be sufficient in quantity and quality to serve the needs of the city. The delivery system was begun in 1837, and was completed in 1848.

The High Bridge was once part of the first reliable and uninterrupted water supply system in New York City. In the final analysis only the Croton River, located in northern Westchester County, was found to be sufficient in quantity and quality to serve the needs of the city. The delivery system was begun in 1837, and was completed in 1848.

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Highbridge Park, located on West 170th Street, University Avenue. The spectacular High Bridge was built between 1832 and 1848 and is the oldest existing bridge in New York City that links two boroughs, Bronx and Manhattan.

Highbridge Park, located on West 170th Street, University Avenue. The spectacular High Bridge was built between 1832 and 1848 and is the oldest existing bridge in New York City that links two boroughs, Bronx and Manhattan.

Highbridge Park, located on West 170th Street, University Avenue. The spectacular High Bridge was built between 1832 and 1848 and is the oldest existing bridge in New York City that links two boroughs, Bronx and Manhattan.

The High Bridge was once part of the first reliable and uninterrupted water supply system in New York City. In the final analysis only the Croton River, located in northern Westchester County, was found to be sufficient in quantity and quality to serve the needs of the city. The delivery system was begun in 1837, and was completed

The High Bridge was once part of the first reliable and uninterrupted water supply system in New York City. In the final analysis only the Croton River, located in northern Westchester County, was found to be sufficient in quantity and quality to serve the needs of the city. The delivery system was begun in 1837, and was completed

The High Bridge was once part of the first reliable and uninterrupted water supply system in New York City. In the final analysis only the Croton River, located in northern Westchester County, was found to be sufficient in quantity and quality to serve the needs of the city. The delivery system was begun in 1837, and was

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FORMER CARMELITE MONASTERY

CARMELITE SISTERS FOR THE AGED AND INFIRM

The old Carmelite Monastery adjacent to Highbridge Park at University and West 170th is now home to Samaritan Village, a drug rehab center. It was cinstructed in 1940 and still bears signs of its later period Moderne look, with stylized renderings of Saint Teresa and Saint John. The latest AIA Guide to New York City (2000) says the view from the riverside of this building is much better, but it won’t be available until or unless the High Bridge is reopened.

The Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm are a religious institute begun in 1929 by Mother Angeline Teresa (Bridget Teresa McCrory). The order is there to discern the differing needs of the aged, and to satisfy those needs to the best of their ability, also to provide for the continuation of the order and the mission of the order. She came to dislike the institutional flavor of existing homes, and sought to provide greater freedom for the residents. Her concept of care for the aged was a pioneering one. The homes operated by the order added rehabilitation maintenance and recreation to the basic custodial care provided by homes for the aged. The homes allowed aged couples to share a room, unlike many homes, and sought to provide the atmosphere of a middle class private home. The goal was the maintenance of their dignity.

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HELP/PSI & Samaritan Village, Inc. present the

8T H ANNUA L HEA LT H FAIR & BLOCK PART Y Saturday September 17, 2011

10:00 am–6:00 pm 1381 University Ave at 170th Street, Bronx, NY

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SAMARITAN VILLAGE, INC

Samaritan Village, Inc. has been in business for over 50 years. We have facilities in Queens, Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan and Ulster County. We have facilities that treat addiction, homelessness in Men, Women & Children. We have the finest treatment available for Veterans both Male and Female. Samaritan’s mission is to eliminate the devastating impact of substance abuse on individuals, families and communities by helping addicted men and women take responsibility for their own recovery. Year long programs of residency use a peer socialization model to help transform bad habits into pro-social ways. Training, education and therapy also offered. Our belief in the unlimited potential of the human spirit and in the healing power of family, peer relationship and community guides all that we do.

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Free Health Screenings & Assessments Live Musical Performances by Groupo Sabrosongo & New Life Band Free Food Frankie B’s Carnival Children Arts & Crafts Street Games and more

There will be a free high blood pressure and diabetes screenings, Hep C screenings and HIV rapid testing w/education, prostate cancer screenings, immunizations for children, and alcohol/drug treatment and education Sponsored with support from: BYC Councilwoman Foster, HELP/PSI Inc. Community Health Screenings Provided by: HELP/PSI, Inc., Project Samaritan Health Services, Metropolitan Hospital Center, Harlem Hospital Center-Ambulatory Care- HIV Services

Samaritan Village continues today participating in a variety of activities that contribute to the success of the clients as well as the community.

PROGRAMS

Adult Residential Treatment Methadone-to-Abstinence Treatment Alternatives to Incarceration Veterans Services Homeless Services

LOCATIONS Bronx Manhattan Queens Brooklyn

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PROJECT HIGLIGHTS


EXTENSIVE BUILDING AND SITE RESEARCH

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EXTENSIVE BUILDING AND SITE RESEARCH

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DESIGN CONCEPT PROJECT OUTLINE

INTERIOR RENOVATION OF EXISTING BUILDING NEW BUILDING ADDITIONS NEW VISION FOR BUILDING ENTRY INCORPORATING EXISTING UNUSED ATTIC SPACES EFFICIENT MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBING DESIGN NEW FOOD SERVICE AND CULINARY FACILITY NEW VISION FOR LANDSCAPED COURTYARDS IMPROVED ACCESSIBILITY IMPROVED SUSTAINABILITY 30 MONTH DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION TIMELINE 2 STAGE CONSTRUCTION PHASING

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NEW SAMARITAN VILLAGE HIGHBRIDGE CENTER


SITE INVESTIGATION - Front

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SITE INVESTIGATION - Back

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DESIGN STUDIES Design exploration of various volumetric building schemes incorporating program elements and design theory. Studies culminate in a single scheme to then be further reďŹ ned. This scheme is a combination of Out-of-the-Box creativity and practical constructable reality.

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EXISTING HIGHBRIDGE FACILITY The existing building viewed from the West with the courtyard landscaped area in center. The existing exterior will remain largely unchanged, however, the interior will be fully renovated as it relates to the new additions, Samaritan Village program. The existing building will be brought up to compliance with all building codes and ADA guidelines.

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SUB BASEMENT LEVEL Two new levels located in the North Wing and the South Wing are connected inside at the existing Sub Basement level. The exterior pathways along the ground level will be extended to provide an exterior connection.

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BASEMENT LEVEL Two new levels located in the North Wing and the South Wing are connected inside at the Basement level. This level of the North Wing is part of the double height space for the basketball court and ďŹ tness area. The South Wing is an exterior terrace that will connect to the refurbished elevated walkway that surrounds the landscaped courtyard.

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FIRST FLOOR LEVEL Two new levels located in the North Wing and the South Wing are connected inside at the First oor level. The North Wing connects to the existing chapel space which will be incorporated as part of the new dining area, culinary facility and to the new double height entry located at the base of the tower.

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SECOND FLOOR LEVEL Two new levels located in the North Wing and the South Wing are connected inside to the existing building at the Second oor level. In the North Wing the bedrooms look down on an inner courtyard.

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ATTIC LEVEL Two new levels located in the North Wing and the South Wing are connected inside at the Attic level. The North and South Wings transforms existing unused space into fully functioning, code compliant bedrooms.

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NEW ADDITION The overall view of proposed additional volumes integrated into the existing building. The additions contain bedrooms, bathrooms, exible group spaces, new gym, ďŹ tness area and a new cuiliary facility.

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NEW NORTH WING Overall volumetric composition and arrangement of the North Wing integrated into the existing building.

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NEW GYMNASIUM AND FITNESS AREA The Sub-Basement level will contain a new half-court gym, ďŹ tness area with bathrooms and group rooms. Gym area will be able to be divided into two areas with a moveable partition wall. The Basement level will be the double height space as part of the Gym, but connected to existing interior hallways.

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NEW COOKING AND DINING FACILITY The First oor level will contain a new food service area and cuiliary facility. The existing chapel will be architecturally restored with new air conditioning and heat. All related food and storage items will be located on this level. Kitchen receiving will be thru the existing covered portico entrance at the North end of the building. The Western edge of the Dining area will have a glass wall and terrace so the interior space will be infused with natural light and provide scenic views. Samaritan Village Highbridge

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NEW DORM AREA The Second floor level will contain new dorms for Men. The Attic Level will contain the new Dorm area for Women. This area will have all required womenʼs dorms, bathrooms and lounges contained in a safe, secure area, completely seperate from the men. The interior dorm areas will benefit from light and air in a new interior courtyard. The Lounges will be infused with natural light and overlook the wooded site and High Bridge beyond.

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WESTERN IMPROVEMENTS The Second floor level will contain new dorms for Men. The Attic Level will reclaimed as fully functioning, code compliant space for Menʼs Dorms. This area will be connected to the adjacent central lobby, and the other attic level dorm areas in the South Wing and North Wing. This area of the menʼs dorms will also contain bathrooms and lounges located in a safe, secure area, completely seperate from the women in the North Wing. The dorm areas will overlook a new interior landscaped courtyard. Samaritan Village Highbridge

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NEW SOUTH WING Overall volumetric composition and arrangement of the North Wing integrated into the existing building.

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NEW LIBRARY AND GROUP ROOMS The Sub-Basement level will contain a new Library and group rooms. The new Library will be infused with natural light and overlook the wooded site and High Bridge beyond. The roof of the Library will be a patio that seamlessly connects to the exterior elevated walkways that lead to the parking area and the interior courtyard.

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NEW MENS DORM AREA The First, Second and Attic levels will contain new mens dorms. The Dorm levels will be connected to the adjacent to the dorm areas located in the renovated exiting building. Each level will have bedrooms, bathrooms and lounges at the Western end of the building. The Lounges will be infused with natural light and overlook the wooded site and High Bridge beyond.

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ARIAL PERSPECTIVE VIEW

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STREET PERSPECTIVE VIEW

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SITE PLAN

The property fronts two mapped streets, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr (East) and Undercliff Avenue (West) as well as Highbridge Park (south). The existing site is located on a rock ledge with topography that is level with University Avenue but dramatically slopes down hill going west, towards Undercliff Avenue. The change in elevation is approximately 60ʼ-0” to the top of the retaining wall at Undercliff Avenue. The portion of the site fronting Undercliff Avenue is contained by an 8ʼ-0” retaining wall. Samaritan Village Highbridge

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SUB-BASEMENT PLAN The Sub-Basement level will contain a new half-court gym, ďŹ tness area, bathrooms, storage, group rooms and a new Library. The Gym area will be able to be divided into two areas with a moveable partition wall. The Library will be infused with natural light and overlook the wooded site and High Bridge beyond. The roof of the Library will be a patio that seamlessly connects to the exterior elevated walkways that lead to the parking area and the interior courtyard.

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MEP CONCEPT PROJECT OUTLINE

GENERAL 1. BRING ENTIRE CENTER UP TO CODE 2. USE EXISTING UTILITY ROOMS 3. USE EXISTING CONNECTIONS HVAC 1. REUSE EXISTING BOILER AND STEAM HEAT AND 2. PROVIDE NEW SPLIT TYPE VRV HEAT AND A/C SYSTEM BENEFITS INCLUDE: 1. DAY-ONE COST 2. ENERGY SAVINGS 3. LOW MAINTENANCE 4. FLEXIBILITY 5. ABILITY TO PROVIDE VENTIALATION 6. ABILITY TO PROVIDE REDUNDANCY TO EXISITNG BOILER ELECTRICAL 1. PROVIDE NEW 2500 AMP SERVICE 2. PROVIDE DECICATED ELECTRICAL ROOM PLUBMING UPGRADE HOT WATER BOILER TO HIGH EFFICENCY CONDENSING BOILER PROVIDE SEPERATE HOT WATER HEATER FOR KITCHEN FIRE ALARM PROVIDE NEW FIRE ALARM SYSTEM FIRE SUPRESSION ENTIRE BUILDING WILL HAVE SPRINKLER SYSTEM TIED INTO FIRE ALARM Samaritan Village Highbridge

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BASEMENT PLAN The Basement level will contain a group rooms, administration areas, staff lounge, bathrooms, group rooms, storage and a new Laundry facility. The roof of the Library will be a patio that seamlessly connects to the exterior elevated walkways that lead to the parking area and the interior courtyard. The Basement level will be the double height space as part of the Gym, but connected to existing interior hallways.

ADMINISTRATION BATHROOMS BEDROOMS CIRCULATION COMMUNITY SPACE GROUP / CLASSROOMS MAINTENANCE / STORAGE

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FIRST FLOOR PLAN The First floor level will contain a new food service area and cuiliary facility with restored chapel architecturally restored with A/C and heat. All food items will be stored on this level. Kitchen receiving will be thru the existing covered portico entrance at the North end of the building. The Western edge of the Dining area will have a glass wall and terrace so the interior space will be infused with natural light and provide scenic views. Additional spaces include: New double height entry, new medical suite with seperate entrance, senior staff offices overlooking the interior courtyard, mens dorms with bathrooms and a Lounge at the Western end of the building. The Lounge will be infused with natural light and overlook the wooded site and High Bridge beyond. Samaritan Village Highbridge

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FOOD SERVICE AND CULINARY FACILITY The new food service area and cuiliary facility will have seating for 200. The existing chapel will be fully restored with new A/C and heat and will be part of the new dining area and the new double height lobby. All related food and storage items will be located on this level. Kitchen receiving will be thru the existing covered portico entrance. The Western edge of the Dining area will have a glass wall and terrace so the interior space will be infused with natural light and provide scenic views.

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SECOND FLOOR PLAN The Second floor will contain new mens dorms, bathrooms, storage and a lounge. The Dorm in the new additions will be connected to the dorm areas located in the renovated exiting building. The interior dorm areas will benefit from light and air in a new interior courtyard. The Lounge will be infused with natural light and overlook the wooded site and High Bridge beyond.

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ATTIC LEVEL INVESTIGATION

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ATTIC LEVEL INVESTIGATION

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ATTIC PLAN The Attic levels will contain new mens dorms and in the seperate North Wing, the womens dorms. The Womenʼs dorm area will have all required bedrooms, bathrooms and lounges contained in a safe, secure area, completely seperate from the men. The floor will contain new bedooms, bathrooms, storage areas and lounges. The Dorms in the new additions will be connected to the dorm areas located in the renovated exiting building. The interior dorm areas will benefit from light and air in a new interior courtyard. The Lounges will be infused with natural light and overlook the wooded site and High Bridge beyond. The interior womenʼs dorm areas will also benefit from light and air in a new interior courtyard.

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WOMENS DORM MENS DORM NEW DINING AREA - CULINARY FACILITY

GROUP ROOMS

NEW GYM - FITNESS AREA

SECTION THRU NORTH WING This view is taken cutting thru the New Highbridge Center looking North where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard is on the right and the existing hill leading down to Underhill Avenue is on the left.

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MENS DORM MENS DORM STAFF AND OFFICES

GROUP ROOMS NEW REVISIONED COURTYARD

SECTION THRU THE BUILDING CENTER This view is taken cutting thru the New Highbridge Center looking North where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard is on the right and the existing hill leading down to Underhill Avenue is on the left.

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PERSPECTIVE VIEW

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PROJECT INFORMATION


DESIGN CONCEPT

In approaching the design for the new Highbridge Center, we found great inspiration from the urban restoration of the Highbridge and connecting parks, the prominent site overlooking the Harlem River, Manhattan, the Highbridge and Tower, and the existing building’s helping and healing history, and Samaritan Village strong presence in the community. The form of the new Highbridge Center emerges where these powerful elements overlap.

HIGHBRIDGE, BRONX

Highbridge is is roughly one square mile and dominated by 6-story apartment buildings, older multi-unit homes, vacant lots, and multi-unit townhouses. The terrain is elevated and very hilly. Stair streets connect areas located at different elevations. One marvelous architectural gem in this unique context, is the former home of the Carmelite Sisters, uniquely perched on one of these hilly elevations. This is the current Samaritan Village Center.

HIGHBRIDGE PARK AND TOWER

This area has a rich heritage that involves architecture, infrastructure, horse racing and a temporary headquarters for George Washington. Highbridge Park derives its name from New York City’s oldest standing bridge, the Highbridge, built in 1848 to carry water from the Old Croton Aqueduct over the Harlem River to the Bronx. Eventually, the farms were developed into housing blocks, the Harlem River Speedway for Horse Racing was turned into the Harlem River drive, the Carmelite Sisters moved to smaller building and the High Bridge was closed to pedestrian traffic. However, according to city plans, by 2013 the 1200 foot-long, 116 foot-tall High Bridge will be rehabilitated and reopened for pedestrians and bicyclists, right next to the Samaritan Village Highbridge Center that will undergo its own exciting transformation.

NEW SAMARITAN VILLAGE HIGHBRIDGE CENTER

As the need for more and improved services to clients and community involvement continue to increase, this New Samaritan Village Highbridge Center will become a exemplary home for all programs and activities within for clients, staff and visitors as well as serve as an model facility of this service type. When you ask clients and facility directors what the best spaces are for self-improvement, which yields confidence and dignity, they often describe large institutional spaces because of the combination of safety, security and the flexibility. Similarly cultural and community centers need to have flexibility as well as character and personality to become a natural incubator for personal growth and improved public interaction. The New Highbridge Center is designed with this paradigm in mind – to balance the Samaritan Village program specific space needs and the neutrality of flexible spaces, with the contemporary architecture/engineering and accessibility needs, including full ADA accessibility and new elevators, to improve both the physical and spiritual experience. All of which is contained in the distinctive, spiritual building vernacular, set in its unique site context. The New Highbridge Center will retain the prominence of the former Carmelite Sisters Monastery with contemporary upgrades and additions responsive to the physical and spiritual needs of the Samaritan Village clients and staff. The building remains unchanged along Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, however, the main building entrance will be relocated to the curved wall at the base of the bell tower with appropriate improvements. At the Western side of the building, new Northern and Southern additions are situated in relation to the internal organization, the existing courtyard and steep hillside. The New Highbridge Center will rise and turn to greet visitors entering the city via the restored High Bridge, creating an iconic yet contextual building at the city’s doorstep. Recalling the architecture of the Carmelite Monastery and Samaritan Village heritage, the new facades are suggested to be constructed out of masonry elements, interwoven with contemporary materials including glass and metal. This creates an overall blending of natural materials used in traditional homes (masonry) with contemporary elements (glass and steel) that symbolize comfort and progress. The reclaiming of the attic as usable space allows for larger dormer elements yet still retains the roof character of the existing building as seen from the front. All new spaces will benefit from improved natural daylight and better views of the immediate tree lined property, the High Bridge, Tower, Harlem River and Cliffs of Manhattan beyond – most from a spectacular 80 feet above Undercliff Avenue.

LANDSCAPING DESIGN Outdoor space is important for any building, but for the Highbridge Center clients and staff, we view it is as essential. To address this, we propose to restore and improve the existing landscaped courtyards. The courtyard in the West will be contained within the original footprint but will now have vastly improved gathering and seating areas perfect for formal gatherings, outdoor group sessions, and general free contemplative time. The courtyards in the front of the building will be developed in connection with the new entrance, the existing covered entrance on the North end and the rear driveway access at the South side. This front courtyards will be screened with natural vegetation protect the privacy of the clients and provide a ‘softer’ wall when experiencing the activities within. The new rear courtyard can also serve as an auditorium for ceremonies, movie screenings, lectures or temporary art exhibition, and the walkways can become outdoor sculpture garden loops around the perimeter of the building. Samaritan Village Highbridge

Peter F. Gaito & Associates


DESIGN METHODOLOGY

At the core of our design methodology is our ability to think and work collaboratively. A strong team allows us to challenge ourselves in search of innovative ideas that best respond to client needs, city regulations and pragmatic conditions. We propose a desgn that provides a warm, nurturing feeling for the clisnts, specific and flexible spaces for the staff, and an overall example of professional excellence for which Samaritan Village is known. The result is the design and creation of a high level of architecture and engineering delivered to you on time and within budget.

EXISTING BUILDING The existing building will be preserved and retrofitted to meet current local and federal code requirements including complete ADA upgrades for both indoor and outdoor spaces. It will be renovated, reconfigured and reclaimed, complementing the function of the new Highbridge Center. Essential room renovations, careful rearrangements, building out the entire attic level into usable space, all with new mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire suppression and technology systems upgrades will play a part in the New Highbridge Center success. At its heart, at the base of the tower just beyond the curved wall, is a new double height entrance foyer with improved entry, omni-directional visual connections to other spaces, ample room for client and staff essential related needs including: daily leaving/returning, group gathering, waiting room, new client processing and a private meeting area close to the front door. This will replace the inadequate current cramped layout with its severe limits on security and the lack of various meeting and work spaces. The new Western facades will have large amounts of glass that allows lots of natural daylight into the building and provides fantastic, inspiring views of the High Bridge, the Tower, Harlem River, Manhattan, and the beautiful trees on the site. While open, these glass wall areas will also allow a fresh air and daylight exchange with the people and activities within.

SUSTAINABLE DESIGN The new Highbridge Center takes advantage of the New York City seasons and employs the cost-effective and handsome properties of natural construction materials. By harnessing sources of natural heat, utilizing natural daylight, maximizing ventilation, and recycling rainwater, the building can meet a LEED platinum rating. Smart internal layouts and large ribbon windows flood the appropriate areas of the building with diffused natural light, greatly reducing energy costs for lighting. Operable windows over the larger spaces trigger natural stack ventilation and almost all of the spaces have the opportunity for cross ventilation. The walls and roof will be designed to create a comfortable atmosphere within containing insulation and moisture barriers yielding an insulation value of R-40. Technology will be explored to reclaim heat, provided radiant heating for bathroom flooring, heating outdoor sidewalks and terraces to melt snow, solar panels on the roof and the use of indigenous plants watered through recycled roof water.

FOOD SERVICE AND CULINARY FACILITY The design of the food service areas for the New Highbridge Center is designed for flexibility so that the facility can be used for several different functions. The main function is to provide a facility to produce daily meals for its clients. The secondary function is to work as a teaching facility for the culinary arts. The facility is designed as an open kitchen with cooking suites for up to 18 students. The open design allows for easy supervision of the students at work by the instructor. The hybrid design allows for the kitchen to be used to serve meals restaurant style with waiter service on special occasions. The facility is also designed so that it can be used for special banquet/fundraiser events. Fundraiser events can be very lucrative and a great way to enhance the prestige of the Center and the culinary facility.

MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL, PLUMBING DESIGN The building will be constructed in phases to ensure that continual heating, cooling, water and gas service for the building will be provided throughout the construction phase of the project. Some of the MEP highlights are to reuse the existing new boiler for steam heat and to provide a new VRV system that will provide both heating and cooling to maximize comfort and minimize first time and long term monthly costs. The upgrades of the water, electrical and (new) sprinkler system will bring the building up to code. In addition, the equipment specified in the overall proposed systems will result in an energy efficient building from a environmental, cost and health perspective, with the inclusion of a much needed fresh–air supply and ventilation system. The new heating/cooling system will also provide redundancy, should the existing boiler need servicing, without the purchase of another costly boiler and provide an economical, energy efficient and easy way to maintain and service the building systems. Samaritan Village Highbridge

Peter F. Gaito & Associates


PROJECT SEQUENCING

We have designed for and provided construction administration on numerous building addition/renovation projects where it was not possible for the owner and occupants to vacate the building during the construction. In coordination with the owner’s approval, we propose that the building be completed in two phases. Phasing in concert with the final overall design has been given careful consideration. The new Highbridge Center will be designed as described and the existing building will be renovated with minimal exterior building intervention not only to conserve the history of the existing building architecture, but to also reduce costs and construction time. All work can be built maintaining the 152 bed count and current daily program activities. In Phase One; new additions will be built, attic build-out and some interior renovations. The outside wings will be erected first since they will be stable both vertically and laterally on its own. Other Phase One work includes installation of the new elevators, the attic renovation and upgrades in the existing utility rooms. There will be predetermined attachment points of the new additions to the existing building to stabilize the new additions laterally. In Phase Two; work involves major interior building renovations of the sub-basement, basement, first and second floors and exterior landscape work in the rear and front courtyards. Building access for clients/staff and contractors will be separate and DoB approved. Throughout construction of the new Highbridge Center and the renovation of the existing building, all functions are to remain operational. This can be achieved by giving flexibility to programs and thru the use of swing spaces and OASAS regulations for minimum square footages per person for the bedrooms. The lower levels of the new Highbridge Center and its surrounding support spaces can double as group rooms and offices while the existing building undergoes renovation. The new kitchen and dining facility will be fully operational before the existing one is dismantled. We have tremendous experience in phasing techniques that satisfy the three key parties: the owner’s needs, the building department/FDNY concerns and the contractor’s means and methods. Construction time can be minimized through pre-fabricated construction whereby various building materials and the steel structure are prepared off site and assembled on site. All of which yields efficient phasing, a safe site and relatively short construction time. We estimate the total construction time for both phases will be approximately 22 months.

COLLABORATION WITH CLIENT Close collaboration with the client is essential to tailoring a building that will ensure the prolonged success of the new Highbridge Center. We believe in the power of dialogue to inspire each other and ensure that all requirements and needs are met through all stages of the project. To achieve the best results from our interactions, we work simultaneously with drawings, notes and computer visualization. The aim is to have a physical building layout and image, which is the physical manifestation of the collective ideas and thoughts, which then become the benchmark for future development. We also understand that the materials we produce are an essential element to project approvals at the Community Board level, at the City level, as well as for Samaritan Village fundraising, and marketing. Our drawings, models, and videos are ideal for this purpose and successfully communicate both the client’s goals and our design ideas.

COLLABORATION WITHIN PFGA

During the interview process, PFGA has enjoyed a fruitful collaboration with all of our local consultants. We hope to continue this collaboration in subsequent phases of the project. For the Design and Construction Development phases, PFGA will continue to drive design as we examine the best decisions and deliver recommendations to you concerning City zoning, planning regulations, Utilities concerns (DEP and Con Ed) and building materials, phasing and construction techniques. This is done with frequent personal contact with the client, city, and local consultants. At the Construction Phase, responsibility will assist the owner and work with DASNY representatives to ensure, so that collectively we can guide the contractor to build the project according to the approved plans and specifications. PFGA will follow the project closely throughout the process until completion.

COLLABORATION WITH NEW YORK CITY The connection of the present to the past in New York City runs deep. The remarkable attention to maintaining connections to the past is reflected in the City processes and guidelines for buildings and development. Our experience in working with the City on issues of varying scales from the macro to the micro have been an exercise in understanding and responding to the ever-evolving processes of updated building and sustainable codes, trying to steadily move into the future. We at PFGA have successfully navigated through these items before and with the assistance of our Bronx Expert Expediter, our consultants, the heads of key departments at an early stage to keep on schedule including: The Community Board Chair, Department of Buildings Commissioners, FDNY Chiefs, the DEP and Con Ed.; we will successfully do so again for this project. Samaritan Village Highbridge

Peter F. Gaito & Associates


MECHANICAL ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBING SYSTEMS MECHANICAL SYSTEMS Existing Building: 1. Recommend To Utilize Newly Installed Gas-Fired Steam Boiler And Existing Steam Piping And Radiators To Provide Heating 2. Recommend To Utilize Spilt-Type, Variable Refrgierant Flow Type Heat Pump System To Provide Air-Conditioning (As Well As Ventialtion And Heating) Description Of Split-Type, VRF Heat System: This System Comprised Of Exterior Mounted (Roof / Yard) Modular Condenser Sections And Asscociated Interior Units (Evapaorator Sections /Fan Coil Units) The System Utilizes Refrigerant Piping From The Exterior Condenser Units To The Interior Units. Large Ductwork Is Avoided. Expensive Chilled Water Piping/ Pump Networks Are Not Required. The System Is Flexilbe, Such That Individual Rooms Can Be Provided With Dedicated Units, Or One Unit Can Be Utilized To Serve Larger/ Multiple Areas In A Common Zone With Limited Ductwork Distribution. The System Operates Under “Part” Load, Such That It Consumes Only The Energy Required At Any Given Time Based On The True Load Of The System. It Is Not A Full “On”, Full “Off” System. The System Provides Both Heating And Cooling Operation. Simulataneous Heating And Cooling Can Be Provided. This Feature Makes The System Excetionally Energy Effiecent To Operate, This Is Espcecially True During Shoulder Seasons Of Fall And Spring Where Part Loading Exists And Simultaneousl Heating And Cooling Is Required. BENEFITS: Day-One Cost, Energy Savings, Low Maintenance, Flexibility , Ability To Provide Ventialation, Ability To Provide Redundancy To Exisitng Boiler Day-One- Cost Savings: Utilize New Gas-Fired Boiler. (No Large Initial Cost For New Heating System). Cost Is Limited To Repair, Replace, And Provide New Valves And Control Features On Existing Piping And Radiators To Assist With Confort Levels. Split-Type Vrf Heat-Pump System Is Cost Effective Alernative To Expensive Chiller Plant Energy Savings: As Stated Prior, The System Operates Under “Part” Load And Will Vary Output To The Exact Demand Load. No “Full On” / “Full Off” Mode. Simulantuosue Heating And Cooling Operates Allows One Unit To Cool And Another Unit To Utilize The Rejected Heat For Heat Production. This Is Heavily Realized During The Fall And Spring Months. The Above Prevents The Boiler From Operating For Short Durations And Over Heating Aeas To Satisfy Other Areas And Prevents The “Open Window “ Effect. Existing Boiler / Steam System Shall Only Operate In Cold (Winter Conditions) Below 40 Degrees. Low Maintneance: Maintenance Is Limited To Filter Repalcements And Coil Cleaning. Anything More Is Handled By Service Technicians Under Maintenance Contract. In-House Operating Engineer Normally Assoicated With The Use Of A Chiller Plant In Not Required. Flexibilty:The System Can Be Arranged To Provide Individual Rooms With Dedicated Units Or Arranged By Groups And Zones Handled By One Unit. Systems Are Arranged Such That Multipl Units Are Connected To One Exterior Condenser Unit. Ventilation: Outside Air Ducted Into Each Unit To Provide Ventialation.The System Provides Ventilation To All Areas To Provide A Healty Living Type Building. The Ventilation Ductwork Is Small In Size As Cooling And Heating Is Provided By The Unit And Ductwork In Minimized. Redundancy: Presently The Existing Steam Heating Boiler Plant Contains One Boiler. Typically Buildings Are Provided With “N+1” Redundancy, Such That In The Event The Boiler Goes Down, A Second Redundant Boiler Is Operated. In Liue Of Providing A New Second, Gas-Fired Steam Boiler, The Heat Pump System Shall Provide Heating To Allow For Repair And Maintenance Of The Existing Boiler. New Buidling Additions: The Building Is Recommended To Be Provided The Above Listed Heat-Pump System As The Means For Heating, Cooling And Ventialtions. Benefits are the same as above with emphasis on the following: Day Cost Savings: The New Building Shall Be Provided With Greater Thermal And Insulation Values. The Heat-Pump System Shall Exclusively Provide The Means For Heating. There Is No Need For A Separate Boiler Plant, Piping, Pump Stations, Etc. and there will be the security of Continuity Of Systems / Operations

Samaritan Village Highbridge

Peter F. Gaito & Associates


MECHANICAL ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBING DESIGN SYSTEMS ELECTRICAL SYSTEM This Existing Building Is Served By A 400ampere, 120/208volt, 3-Phase, 4-Wire Service. This Service Is Undersized For The Existing Facility. The Majority Of The Electrical Servide Was Observed To Be Inadequate And In Poor Condition. Presently The Service Enters A Small Electrical Service Room That Also Contains The Building’s Domestic Water Service. A New Dedicated Service Room Is Required. All New Distribution Equipment, Panels And Sub Panels Are Recommended To Be Provided Throughout The building. All Existing Facilites, Bedrooms, Etc. Shall Be Brought Up To Code, The New Branch Circuitry, ArcFault Type Circuit Breakers, Vandal Resistant Receptacles, Etc. Recommendations: An Upgraded Electrical Service Is Required. Service Capacity Is Anticipated To Be In The 2500 ampere Range. Presently the service enters a small electrical service room that also contains the building’s domestic water service. A new dedicated service room is required. All new distribution equipment, panels and sub panels are recommended to be provided throughout the campus. All existing facilites, bedrooms, etc. Shall be brought up to code, the new branch circuitry, arc-fault type circuit breakers, vandal resistant receptacles, etc

PLUMBING SYSTEM The Building Contains A 3” Domestic Water Service. The Service Enters The Building Within The Electrical Service Room. The Service Does Not Contain A Dep Approved Backflow Device. It Is Anticpated That The A New Electrical Service Room Shall Be Creating, Allow Space To Install The New Backflow Preventer Device. It Is Anticpated That The 3” Domestic Water Service Will Have Adequate Capacity To Serve The Needs Of The Expanded Facility. Actual Fixture Counts And Calculations Shall Verify. Domestic Hot Water Is Presently Created Via A Gas-Fired Hot Water Boiler And Three (3) Indirect Fired Hot Water Heaters (Each With A Cpacity Of 120 Gallons). Recommendations: To Upgrade The Hot Water Boiler With A High-Efficinency, Condensing Style Boiler To Capture Fuel Savings. The Storage Tanks Appeared In Good Condition And Should Be Considered For Re-Sue And Augmented As Needed For The New Loads. A Separate Hot Water Heater Can Be Considered For The New Kitchen New Fixtures Shall Be Low-Flow Type: Faucets, Water Closets, Shower Heads, Etc.

FIRE ALARM SYSTEM A New Addressable System Shall Be Provided Throughout The Premeses. Smoke Detectors And Carbon Monoxide Detectors Shall Be Installed In All Bedrooms And Required By Code.

FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM Sprinklers Are Required In The New And Existing Building. A New Sprinkler Service Is Required To Be Brought Into The Building. All New Mains, Distribution, Branch Piping And Heads Are Required. The System Shall Be Monitored By The Fire Alarm System

Samaritan Village Highbridge

Peter F. Gaito & Associates


PETER F. GAITO & ASSOCIATES FIRM PROFILE

Peter F Gaito and Associates is a 15 person architectural, engineering and planning company widely recognized for both client satisfaction and quality projects. We are also proficient in obtaining project approvals and providing project management during construction. We are interested in quality of design and quality of life. We study the way people live, play, work and learn, to create spaces that improve our everyday lives and spirits. We seek creative architectural and engineering solutions to link together all aspects of life that satisfy our need for comfort, confidence and community. Each project has the balance of well thought out public and private spaces, pedestrian walkways, vehicular traffic patterns, cohesive architectural character, and technology. This achieves a harmonious balance between the client, the public and future inhabitants. We take an approach that embraces all the important elements of planning, architecture, LEED/green design and construction. Together with our inhouse LEED AP designers, engineers, planners and talented consultants, our organization delivers projects that beautifully integrate living, working, and leisure spaces, into environmentally friendly buildings. Our successful 37-year track record working with public, private and government clients has yielded numerous well-received projects. Each architectural building and planning project is specifically designed to be responsive to the client’s specific needs, be functional, energy efficient, technically advanced, aesthetically pleasing and completed within the requested time line and prescribed budget.

SUSTAINABLE DESIGN Through architectural design decisions, product choices, and engineering methods, our in-house LEED staff can deliver an aesthetically pleasing, healthy building, which will result in increased energy efficiency and lower building operating costs. Basic design goals involve providing natural vegetation inside and out, exterior sun/shade techniques, collection of rain water for irrigation of the site vegetation, minimizing energy consumption and maximizing daylight by choosing; efficient window glazing systems, a proper thermal envelope, mechanical system integration and building orientation. The high performance building will be designed to achieve optimal building performance due to proper design and material selection relating to Energy Efficiency, Passive Solar, Solar Water Heating and Solar Electricity Systems. Water and resource conservation along with recycled, reusable, and nontoxic sustainable materials are also part of the design stage. Samaritan Village Highbridge

ARCHITECTURE, ENGINEERING, PLANNING

Our approach in the survey/design stage addresses all of the conceptual feasibility and planning questions, which are worked on throughout the design/development/presentation stages. We effectively develop these elements from the macro to the micro level. This allows the continuous progress of the overall design ideas while addressing the specific technical, economic and logistical issues. All points regarding design, functional organization of spaces, and construction methods will be addressed. We explore different design, planning, construction and engineering options without sacrificing aesthetics or quality. For each project, the Work Scope is discussed in detail to clearly understand the specific project needs. For this, we conduct consultations with the client staff guiding the project, visit the building site(s) with the Client, and develop a complete work plan with drawings, notes, photos and construction analysis. We then follow up our research with additional meetings to discuss the cumulative design ideas and incorporate that feedback. We view client involvement essential to project success and we continually work to incorporate updates as they emerge. Important design considerations include: Lighting: Provide natural light, and lighting concepts that can accommodate a variety of building day and nighttime functions. This will have many benefits for clients and staff and save on monthly energy costs. We will provide sensors for lighting and HVAC systems and allow for adjustments for proper light levels (light and dark) for a variety of activities. Sound: Provide parameters to control noise traveling from inside to outside of the building, and vide versa. Acoustics will be designed for general comfort and for a variety of activities. Low Cost,High Quality: Choose attractive, durable, easy to clean materials that won’t look dated in a few years. Health and Safety: Easy cleaning, safety, healthy materials, water recycling/filtration systems, water control measures, fresh air filtration and ventilation, proper temperature and humidity controls, Engineering: Proper drainage, odor control, acoustics, equipment choices to allow for utility cost savings with first cost equipment and monthly costs savings. Construction: In order to keep the construction timeline as short as possible, we will investigate the use of various time saving materials and construction methods. These may include: The use of pre-manufactured buildings and/or walls for the exterior, insulated glass, skylights, stained concrete floors that make the space both modern and comfortable, sound management systems, specialized air conditioning, dehumidifying systems, and acoustic elements including sound baffling. Please see our website, www.pfga.net, for our portfolio. Please see Peter Gaito Architects on YouTube for our fly-thru movies. Peter F. Gaito & Associates


DESIGN TEAM

Peter F Gaito and Associates TSF Engineering Hirani Engineering Abel Bainnson Butz Post and Grossbard Whitehouse Lighting Design

Samaritan Village Highbridge

Peter F. Gaito & Associates


                                               

Samaritan Village Highbridge

           

Peter F. Gaito & Associates


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 Samaritan Village Highbridge

Peter F. Gaito & Associates


                                  

              

         

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Samaritan Village Highbridge

Peter F. Gaito & Associates

Highbridge Proposal  

Supportive housing and medical, social and mental rehabilitation

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