Project Name: Building Renovation, Greenwich Village, New York, NY
Area: Four story multi-family dwelling apartment building (Eight units)
This landmarked townhouse building was originally constructed as a single family residence in 1839. In the 1920s, it was converted to an 8-unit multi-family dwelling, at which time the stoop was removed and a central stair core was added. It had remained virtually untouched since that time.
Each existing unit was gutted and refurbished. All public spaces were renovated, including the entry foyer, public stair and hall, and the rear yard. The scope of work also included an extensive restoration of the front façade. This included removing layers of paint, installing new period-appropriate windows, providing a new front door and door surround, and refurbishing the existing cornice.
PJCArchitecture: Philip J. Consalvo, Laurie Christopher, Craig Devereaux, Oldrich Navratil
Contractor: Quadrant Development Consultants, Inc.:
Photographer: SGM Photography