This expansive apartment is in the Historic Apthorp Apartment Building, one of the earliest apartment buildings in NYC.
The existing apartment, with dramatic views into the grand courtyard, was completely renovated to bring back all the original detail that had been removed over the years.
We documented the original details from adjacent apartments and had them replicated in the both the public and private rooms of the apartment - plaster moldings, cabinetry, mosaic floors
125 East 74th Street
This estate condition prewar duplex penthouse apartment was fully restored and renovated.
Renovations on this 3,300 square foot apartment included reconfiguration of bathrooms, kitchen and bedrooms as well as integrating central air conditioning.
Saga House East 74th St
A combination of two adjacent apartments and a reconfiguration of public and private spaces.
Beyond the combination, the apartment was completely transformed from a bland 1980's developer apartment into a traditional apartment more representative of the neighborhood.
The apartment is 3,200 square feet with central air, new wood floors, a new kitchen and wine cellar, 4 new bathrooms, all with extensive millwork.
East Hampton Carriage House
The existing carriage house was an underutilized part of an estate on Lee Avenue in Easthampton. The project involved virtually demolishing and rebuilding the existing carriage house.
The rebuilt carriage house has been made much more liveable with new windowed dormers, a full bath, kitchen and bar, billiard room/entertaining room and sitting room. It's now one of the favorite parts of the estate.
Central Park West
A great 8 room pre-war apartment that had last been renovated in the 1960, with dropped ceilings and curved walls, was completely transformed to appear as the original apartment might have been.
Complete renovation included new central air conditioning, a new enlarged kitchen, new bathrooms and panelled public rooms.
Park Avenue Penthouse
A dramatic transformation of a very basic 1940's penthouse apartment; new windows were installed in new masonry openings to capitalize on the views of Central Park.
This was a much more modern project for us with new Brazilian walnut floors, floating gallery walls and minimal walnut cabinetry throughout. During demolition we discovered space below the floor which allowed for floor lighting and a shower flush with the floor.