1400 Williamsbridge Road

Built in 1926, this historic building in the Bronx was designed in the “Neo-Federal” style by Swiss-educated architect Max Hausle.

Originally it was the Old Westchester Square Municipal Court, but today it’s the Parking Violations Bureau and Highway Operations office for the Department of Transportation. This building suffered from years of neglect that led to potentially hazardous conditions. Our firm executed a renovation improving accessibility, facade rehabilitation, and roof replacement.

Architectural Staff
Andrew Barwick
Jake LaChapelle
Bruce G. Nelligan
Rachel Simpson
Project Team

New York City Department of Design and Construction (NYCDDC)

Structural Engineer
Gilsanz Murray Steficek LLP

Civil Engineer
Langan Engineering & Environmental Services

Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing Engineer
Clifford Dias, PE, PC.