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Portfolio Category: Greenwich Village
Located on one of the most coveted tree-lined townhouse rows in central Greenwich Village, between the “Gold Coast” and the West Village, this gracious sun-filled townhouse with privacy and views was painstakingly and intelligently re-built and designed for the 21st Century in a contemporary classic style by the design team at TTC with the developer… Read more
The Turett Collaborative was engaged by a developer to return a multi-family residence at 74 Washington Place back to a townhouse as it was originally constructed in the mid-1800s. As with all landmarked sites, we worked closely with the Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) to preserve important aspects of its front facade which includes a brownstone… Read more
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
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
This library of Middle Eastern Studies was housed in the first floor of the Middle Eastern Studies Building at NYU, on the south side of Washington Square Park. While the building was modern and beautiful, it wasn’t serving the needs of the library, in part because the entry into the space was blunt, lacking in… Read more