Building a Place for History
Ana Sanchez, AIA, is a Hoboken resident, former Chair of the Hoboken Historic Preservation Commission, and a practicing architect with a private practice based in downtown Hoboken. She earned a Masters of Historic Preservation from The University of Pennsylvania and a Professional Degree in Architecture from New Jersey Institute of Technology. She previously worked for several New York City firms including the office of Phillip Johnson, Ritchie, and Fiore where she had the opportunity to document and prepare an existing condition report for the historic Glass House in New Canaan, Connecticut. Working with the office of Lawless and Mangione and Building Conservation Associates, she led a team of architects and conservators for the interior restoration of the San Remo Lobbies. She worked on the restoration of the Loew’s Paradise Theater, a project under the jurisdiction of the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission. In her own practice her work has focused on residential projects that complement and enhance historic detail.