Brooklyn Townhouse Renovation in Bed Stuy
This was a renovation of a 100 year old Brooklyn Townhouse. The interiors were in disrepair and needed a major remodel. The scope of work involved a complete gut renovation of the interiors as well as adding a steel deck to the parlor floor with concrete pavers. To access the deck a new door was added to a new opening in the rear facade of the brick townhouse. The renovation included re configuring the rooms, closets and creating a new bathroom. The parlor floor originally had several partition walls that we removed to make an open floor plan and a new open kitchen.
We kept and restored many of the original details of the townhouse including the marble fireplaces, moldings, and an original mirror with painted wood frame. Additionally we exposed brick in certain areas. The original floors were kept for the most part and refinished but we used reclaimed wood to supplement in bad areas that needed to be replaced. Additionally we installed new mini split ductless heating and cooling units.
Architectural Project Team
- Jorge Fontan AIA – Architect
- Maria Filimanova
- Santiago Neville
- YEC Engineering – Baltu Yorkos P.E.
- Serman Engineering – Chad Serman P.E.
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