Portfolio Category: Architecture


Modern Home & Loft Architects in NYC

The complete renovation of this penthouse loft at 463 Greenwich Street in the Northern Tribeca Historic District also included the addition of a rooftop pavilion and 1,500 square feet of exterior living space. Located in a former warehouse that was converted to a residential co-op in the 1990’s, the loft had previously been used as… Read more

West Village Townhouse

The four story townhouse is situated on a charming tree lined block in the heart of the original Greenwich Village Historic District. Originally constructed as one of a series of three rowhouses in 1867 by Bartlett Smith, the brownstone facade and painted wood cornice is a typical example of the French Second Empire style common… Read more


Fifty four floors above Broadway, with the Statue of Liberty, the horizon over Long Island and the whole of Central Park in view, this Manhattan penthouse architecture project offered extraordinary potential. The owners had a vision for the space – clean design, a layout with the most panoramic views, and the celebration of a unique… Read more


This EDC/Parks Department-sponsored project involves the reclamation of a series of abandoned piers in Bush Terminal, Brooklyn. The site – with views to industry both defunct and resurgent, active maritime shipping lanes and Lady Liberty — will become a public park with expansive lawns, reclaimed marshlands and tidal pools, ball fields, and recreational and educational… Read more


While Wayne Turett had been developing feasibility studies for this site, a charming and well-loved corner of West Broadway, the present owners asked him if he knew of any townhouses they might purchase – and a deal was made. “This building enabled us to build exactly what we were looking for – and then some,”… Read more


This townhouse project located at 450 West 25th Street in the Manhattan neighborhood of Chelsea is built on the remains of a rather pedestrian 4 story multifamily residence . TTC collaborated with the developer, Magnum Real Estate, and real estate broker, Leonard Steinberg of Douglass Elliman, to envision a modern town home with large open… Read more


Designed for a single owner, this 2,400 square foot triplex apartment in a new condominium development on East 73rd Street is full of air and light. Working closely with the building architects, TCA has designed a soaring, dramatic space with double-height entry foyer and a large living room with a custom fire trough that runs… Read more


The project located in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village neighborhood was originally built in 1826 as a single family two story home and has gone through many alterations and additions throughout its history resulting in its last incarnation as a three-family three-story residence. Working closing with Good Property LLC, the developer who purchased the building and site… Read more


The new owners of 109 Waverly Place in Manhattan’s West Village knew that gutting a historically significant townhouse would be a complex undertaking. They were admirers of Turett’s townhouse renovations elsewhere in the neighborhood and brought his team on board to convert the multi-unit structure into a single-family home. Turett’s team had extensive experience with… Read more