The building, in midtown’s Ladies’ Mile Historic District, required the Landmarks Preservation Commission approval for a façade improvement plan.
Renovations transform the fourth-floor apartment into a contemporary two-bedroom co-op.
Living, dining and kitchen areas maintain the open loft qualities, while creating a new modern aesthetic.
Repurposed cabinets (Green Demolitions) integrate with a new island and end wall cabinets to create an efficient galley kitchen. The exposed brick wall retains a connection with the building’s past.
Sound isolation is enhanced by rebuilding the subfloor, adding acoustical under-layment, new engineered wood finish flooring and a new drywall ceiling.
Two new bedrooms, en suite and hall bathrooms and a laundry closet support the front public spaces. Window replacement completes the renovations.
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