American Architects,  Architecture,  Brick,  Exteriors,  Garden,  Mansion,  New York,  Townhouse,  USA

Hudson Street Mixed-Use Townhouse, Greenwich Village, NYC by Andrew Franz Architect

đź“· Albert Vecerka/Esto.

From the architects’ website:

For this 1930s red-brick townhouse in New York’s Greenwich Village Historic District, we renovated and enlarged the existing mixed-use building to add functionality, openness, and green space. The landmarked façade was restored, including the wooden storefront at the street level. The building, which includes a restaurant on the ground floor and residential units on the upper floors, was extended in the rear creating levels of patios and terraces. A rooftop addition with a ribbon of casement windows serves as an expanded living area adjacent to a new urban roof garden.

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