Susan Doban, president of Susan Doban Architect, P.C. and vice chair of the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce and co-chair of the Chamber’s Real Estate Development Committee, has been named a 2009-2010 participant in the Entrepreneur Mentoring Program, an Inc. magazine—William J. Clinton Foundation Partnership.
Susan Doban Architect, PC is a Brooklyn-based architectural firm focused on historic preservation, adaptive reuse, and new construction for commercial, residential, and educational projects. In New Rochelle, the firm has created Façade Improvement Design Guidelines book using the Model Block project as a test case, and has designed more than ten projects on Main Street, including an award-winning Culinary Arts Center and two dormitories for Monroe College.
In Brooklyn, the firm designed 45 apartments above Fairway market, in a 230,000 square foot Civil War era Red Hook building. The project received the Municipal Art Society of New York’s Masterwork Award for Best Neighborhood Catalyst in May 2007 and a 2007 Building Brooklyn Award from the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce. The firm has worked on more than 30 capital improvement projects for the New York City School Construction Authority, including many exterior modernization and restoration projects.
More information about the firm is available at 718-797-1041 or www.susandoban.com.