25-Aug-2016 For this 1930s red-brick mixed-use townhouse in New York’s Greenwich Village Historic District, we renovated and enlarged the existing mixed-use building to add functionality, openness, and green space.
The building, which includes a restaurant on the ground floor and residential units on the upper floors, was extended in the rear creating levels of patios and terraces. A rooftop addition serves as an expanded living area with an urban garden while its ribbon of casement windows allow for plenty of natural light to enter the floor below.
The landmarked storefront and façade was restored, window mullions and stone lintels echo the language of the townhouse’s original street-side shutters.
9-Jun-2014 We designed and executed this full rehabilitation and enlargement of a historic red-brick townhouse into a mixed-use commercial and residential development. The project includes facade restorations and a roof addition. A ribbon of casement windows overlooks historic rear yards, bringing daylight deep into the new penthouse. Restored window mullions and stone lintels echo the language of the townhouse’s original street-side shutters.