Senior Staff

Select projects Alexandra has worked on at HLZA include:

  • 95 Greene Street
  • 108 Leonard Street (346 Broadway, formerly the New York Life Insurance Building)
  • 622 Broadway
  • 975 Park Avenue
  • B’nai Jeshurun (257 West 88th Street & 270 West 89th Street)
  • Southgate (400 East 52nd Street, 424 East 52nd Street & 433 East 51st Street)
  • Sutton Terrace (450 East 61st Street & 1161 York Avenue)
  • The Addison (225 Schermerhorn Street)
  • The Cast Iron Building (67 East 11th Street)
  • The Chatham (181 East 65th Street)
  • Tribeca Tower (105 Duane Street)

Select projects Alexandra has worked on prior to HLZA include:

  • 38 Gramercy Park North
  • 285 Lafayette Street
  • Drew University (Gateway & Embry Hall)
  • River Loft Condominiums (92 Laight Street)
  • The Banner Building (648 Broadway)
Alexandra Graham
Senior Project Manager

With more than 12 years of experience, Alexandra serves as Senior Project Manager at HLZA. She oversees exterior envelope repair programs specializing in building preservation and restoration. She manages projects from inception to completion while working closely with the New York City Landmark Preservation Commission and the New York State Historic Preservation Office.

Alexandra has been involved in prominent façade restoration projects such as 108 Leonard Street (former New York Life Insurance Building), B’nai Jeshurun Synagogue and meeting house, 38 Gramercy Park North, and The Banner Building, which received a Lucy G. Moses Award as well as the American Institute of Architects (AIA) New York State and Tri-State Design Awards. Prior to HLZA, Alexandra worked as a project manager for an exterior restoration contractor where she was responsible for estimating and overseeing projects in construction. Her extensive field experience while working for a contractor has become a strong asset to her technical knowledge and overseeing projects through construction administration.

Alexandra earned degrees in Historic Preservation and Architecture from Savannah College of Art and Design.