We are an NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission award-winning firm.
We have worked on dozens of historic buildings – starting with the reconstruction of a log cabin in southern Indiana built in 1824, to adaptive reuse of late 1800’s manufacturing buildings in Tribeca and Soho, to the complete restoration of townhouses dating back to 1840.
This Brooklyn Heights Residence was built in 1831 as a 3 story house. In 1881 it was substantially altered by architect William Tubby in the Flemish style. The project involved extensive historic research and preservation – recreating details and original elements – going so far as to have custom brick manufactured to match the original.
Photo by Joseph Vance