Kate Reggev

Kate Reggev

New York, NY, US



Kate Reggev is a dual-degree graduate student at Columbia University's GSAPP, pursuing a Master of Architecture and Master of Science in Historic Preservation.

She is fascinated by buildings both old and new, but particularly the mixing of the two.


National Parks Service / Society of Architectural Historians, Washington, DC, US, Sally Kress Tompkins Fellow

Preparing two Historic American Building Survey (HABS) reports on mid-century shopping centers in the Washington, D.C. suburbs from the 1930s and 1950s. Written history is now part of permanent HABS collection at the Library of Congress and serves as research for future HABS documentation. Awarded $10,000 for fellowship.

May 2013 - Aug 2013

Building Conservation Associates, New York, NY, US, Architectural Intern

Aided in architectural surveying, conditions assessments, CAD drafting, construction administration, HABS reports, and architectural research of historical structures.
· Saint Patrick’s Cathedral
· Statue of Civic Virtue
· McKim, Mead & White Arch at Brooklyn Botanical Gardens

May 2012 - Aug 2012

Save Washington Street, New York, NY, US, Historic Preservation Consultant

Compiled research and produced a historical report to build an architectural case for the preservation of two buildings on Washington Street in Lower Manhattan’s former Little Syria. Conducted historical, architectural, and cultural research on an 1885 tenement building and a 1926 community center. Report was presented to the New York City Landmarks Commission to obtain landmark status.

Mar 2012 - May 2012

Interior Management Inc., New York, NY, US, Assistant Project Manager

Organized the renovation of a luxury apartment in New York City landmarked building. Coordinated the work completed by 30+ contractors, created work and door schedules. Managed permits, samples and finances of the project as well as overall planning and execution of building and construction.
· 720 Park Avenue New York, New York
· 15 Central Park West New York, New York

May 2009 - Sep 2009


Columbia University, New York, NY, US, Masters, Historic Preservation

dual degree program - MArch + M.S. Historic Preservation

Jan 2013 - current

Columbia University, New York, NY, US, MArch, Architecture

dual degree program - MArch + M.S. Historic Preservation

Sep 2012 - current

Barnard College, New York, NY, US, Bachelors, Architecture

Sep 2005 - May 2009


Cleo and James Marston Fitch Prize, Award

Awarded by Preservation Alumni for paper "Seen but Dismissed, Designed but Disguised: Outhouses at Single-Family Dwellings in the American Mid-Atlantic."


Areas of Specialization 


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