901 Saint Marks Ave
With this project, our client requested a revitalizing lift to a Crown Heights family homestead of 70 years.
Located on the prestigious St. Mark’s Millionaire’s Row, this 4,000 square-foot limestone townhome is one of many such expansive row homes on the block. The property, built in 1905, had not been touched in nearly 50 years, so our primary objective was to honor the client’s restoration vision while preserving the stunning Renaissance Revival architecture and former glory of this richly historic home.
Our mission here was, foremost, to protect. Our team worked immaculately, maintaining the integrity of the house while stripping old flooring and installing beautiful new parquet wood, adding meticulous touches of fresh paint, and lifting the home interiors. The ornate original detailing in the home remains intact, from stained glass windows to Corinthian columns, exposed beam ceilings to custom-leaded glass cabinetry, decorative fireplaces to the sprawling grand staircase.
The photos above speak for themselves; we’re proud of our ability to flawlessly restore without unsettling the original life of pieces of history such as this.