Victor Schwartz, AIA
Associate Principal

Victor Schwartz joined the Lee Harris Pomeroy Architects, P.C. (LHPA) architectural team in 2004 as a Project Manager. Mr. Schwartz has over 20 years of architectural design experience on projects ranging from single owner townhouses to multifamily loft dwellings, from property surveys to commercial/retail interiors. At LHPA, he was the Project Architect for the Corbin Building restoration with the Fulton Street Transit Center Project in addition to oversight of several other key components of the project. He was also the Project Architect for the Morris Heights Educational Complex, a new 97,000 SF public school in the Bronx, commissioned by the NYC School Construction Authority.

Mr. Schwartz has made significant contributions to the development and implementation of LHPA’s Quality Assurance Program. He frequently participates on projects as the QA/QC Manager. In this role, he is responsible for performing periodic audits of LHPA’s project work to review survey documents, cost estimates, permitting applications and supporting data. He is also responsible for performing verification procedures to ensure effective and accurate compliance with our QA standards.

Prior to joining LHPA, Mr. Schwartz led his own architectural design firm. Working primarily in the New York City Metropolitan area, he directed a staff of up to 4 persons. Through this experience, he was directly involved in the New York City approval process with the Department of Buildings, the Landmarks Preservation Commission and the Board of Standards of Appeals.

Mr. Schwartz’s notable projects include: 211-215 East 49th Street, for which he was the Associate Architect for the Amster Yard buildings in conjunction with Ad Hoc MSL of Murcia, Spain. This project included the reconstruction of three historic townhouses for the Instituto Cervantes, a cultural arm of the Spanish government. He was the Project Architect for 44 Prince Street, a 30,000 SF, 4 story apartment building extension for DK Properties. For the Bertelsmann Music Group (BMG), Mr. Schwartz was the Project Architect for the design of 12 digital editing suites and 1 full recording studio located within their midtown corporate headquarters.

Bachelor of Architecture, Carnegie-Mellon University
Internship, Edward Larrabee Barnes Associates

Professional Affiliations

  • American Institute of Architects


  • New York State Board: Architecture 1980
  • New Jersey State Board: Architecture 1981


Victor Schwartz


Senior Associates