Photo: Paul Draine
TODAY’S INSIDER is a brick row house on State Street had been the victim of the same ignominious treatment that befell so many stately 19th century row houses in the 20th. It had been transformed from a luxurious single-family residence into four floor-through apartments, and in the process, became little more than a tenement.
Go here to read all about how Manhattan-based Platt Dana Architects performed restoration magic on the outside, replacing the original stoop and long parlor windows, and created an ‘updated traditional’ interior with all-new everything, from floor joists to moldings.
Interior Photos: Paul Draine