One of the owners of a mid-19th century row house on a coveted landmarked block is “a history buff who loves the architecture of London and had a very specific vision of the kind of Anglo-New York townhouse she wanted,” said Josh Lekwa of Gowanus-based Elizabeth Roberts Architects (ERA), who served as Project Manager on a two-year renovation of the long-neglected four-story building. “It involved a lot of research of historic molding designs.”
This week we’re looking back at a project we featured in 2019. To see more about this row house transformation, click here.
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