This former manufacturing building located at 53 Downing Street, originally built in 1857, was fully gut renovated into a six-story, 8,260-square-foot luxury townhouse featuring a grand staircase, multiple terraces and a private garage.
These once vacant landmarked 19th century townhouses on Manhattan’s Upper East Side were restored and modified to become a 24,000-square-foot commercial retail space. In the spring of 2018, luxury retailer Bottega Veneta opened its doors to its largest flagship which preserved and enhanced the buildings historical exterior features, while completely gutting the interior to redesign a sense of grandeur within the long-neglected landmarks.
This historically landmarked former French Consulate building received approval for a one-story addition to the existing penthouse. The plan also includes expansion and reconfiguration of the building’s rear and an overall façade restoration.
This new 10-story affordable and supportive housing development is comprised of 66-units. The building is set amongst buildings half the size and nearly 80 years older. Amid a curtain of brick, broken by shadowed entry courtyards and adorned by fire escapes, this design reflects the neighborhood’s past and offers a vision of its future. The development achieved LEED Platinum certification and meets the goals of the NYSERDA Multifamily Building Performance Program for New Construction.
This project seamlessly integrated new construction with old charm characteristics in the historic Coble Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn. The project consisted of four new buildings designed from the ground-up: three, four-story, single-family row houses, and a two-story carriage house.
This striking 6,000-square-foot waterfront residence mastered modern design and gives new meaning to coastal living. It’s bold, clean lines take full advantage of the panoramic views over Long Beach and the Atlantic Ocean.
This luxury two-story waterfront home built of stone, wood and glass combines powerful geometric lines with natural details and materials. The residence features a custom curtain-wall system and extensive use of exposed steel to achieve a modern, minimal design.
This 172,000-square-foot supportive housing complex in the city of Yonkers was the first phase of the revitalization of the Cottage Gardens neighborhood and replaces outdated public housing in the community.
This luxury two-story, 5,000-square-foot waterfront home features large cantilevered floors and roofs for a dramatic modern aesthetic with breathtaking views. From its ocean boardwalk to its 50-foot rectangular pool this house was built to contain elements tailored to the residents’ lifestyle.
This 54,600-square-foot, award-winning LEED Gold project provides 48 units of affordable housing to formerly homeless and low-income families and individuals. The affordable housing development was one of the first in New York City to integrate green systems and materials into a building’s design and operation.
This performing arts venue, operated by the French Institute Alliance Francaise, underwent a full expansion in order to create a grand entrance with a dramatic overall perspective to improve seating and sightlines, as well as enhancing sound and lighting capabilities.