It turns out that the owners of 228 Washington Avenue have started a website about the exterior renovation they’re undertaking. According to the site, the cornice on the Clinton Hill brownstone will be replaced on all three exposures, the bay window will be rebuilt, the attic will be converted into loft spaces and a roof garden will be installed. The renovation will meet Passive House standards. It all looks pretty exciting.
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