Halsey Street Residences

Landmark sites hold historic and aesthetic value that helps define the culture of a neighborhood. It is important to establish a balance when working with historic sites to preserve important architectural features while renovating other areas for today's modern needs. 

This Halsey Street brownstone was converted into multi-unit residences in a thriving upcoming Bedford-Stuyvesant historic district with homes from the late 1870s to early 1890s.  Updates include foundation repair, radiant heated floors, new stairwells, and a green space in the backyard. The material selection won the 2016 design week awards in Milan, Italy.

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