This nonprofit complex shows the increasing stripped down design of the late 1960s and early 1970s with very little decoration to speak of. The building is two stories and clad in pale brick and granite. There was a simple grillwork of cast stone screening a balcony to the right of the entrance that has been removed, making the structure even more spare.
This building is a typical suburban style office structure of two floors featuring rows of international style windws and minimal exterior decoration. The structure was created by rehabilitating an older mixed use building in disrepair through years of neglect into a new, modern building for social services provided to youth with special needs. In 2006, NYABIC left the building and it has since become Chabad Lubavitch of Northeastern Queens.