The Hoof Bench, also known as City Hall Bench, was introduced into New York City in the late 1800’s. This style was re-established in New York during the revitalization of the City Hall area in 1999. It can also be seen along the Bronx River Greenway and at Riverside Park’s Soldiers and Sailors Monument. This bench is characterized by the cast arm and backrest which are supported by ¾" round bars and the legs are finished off by a 'hoof' like foot. There is a unique hub joining the parts together and providing a place for the spreader bar to anchor. The standard unit of this bench includes a pin protruding from the center of each foot which is to be set into a drilled hole in the pavement with anchoring cement. Modification for surface mounting with a standard wedge type anchor bolt is available upon request.
Sizes: Available in 4', 6' and 8' lengths.
Dimensions: Length x 24 3/4" x 33"H
Material: Iron and Ipe Wood
Finish: Powder coated Iron with Natural lumber
Structure: 2 or 3 support legs, 7 slats, stainless steel carriage bolts
4' -124.5 pounds
6' - 135 pounds
8' - 193 pounds
Options: Installs with a concealed anchoring pin at grade
Additional Information: Base pricing includes Natural Ipe Lumber. Other options are at an additional cost. Choose from Kebony, American White Oak painted Central Park Green and Recycled Plastic Lumber with additional steel bracing.