LEROY STREET TOWNHOUSE

A former coal delivery garage is reborn as a spectacular single-residence townhouse.

Our architects love when clients aren’t afraid to share their grand dreams for their home, even if it seems to defy what’s possible for the location. This was just the challenge when TTC was hired to design this NYC townhouse renovation on a 19th century building on Leroy Street, a quiet enclave in NYC’s Greenwich Village neighborhood.

The building had been a coal delivery garage in the 1920’s and by the 1990’s was a parking garage with a small residential space above it. The client knew the space had the potential, but he never envisioned how it would come to life as a functional and expansive home suitable for hosting business, political and fundraising soirees.

 

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Using every inch of available space and infusing light in various ways, the end result is a 4,500 square foot residential townhouse.

2014

Read More: New York Times

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