This large town house at 4 St. Mark's Place in the East Village section of Manhattan was constructed in 1833. It was designated into an individual Landmark designation in 2004.
Moving on the from the history lesson, SWA Architecture has proposed to make this building to have two floors of retail, a rear addition, insert a new residential floor in the rear (6 total apartments), a curved balcony at parlor level, and a complete restoration of the facade including brick work, stone work, windows, doors and slate roof.
As you can see from the pictures and what was written, SWA Architecture is really modernizing this beauty for the present day. I can't wait to see the finished product. That's all for this week, stay tuned next week where we take another deep dive into some interesting projects from SWA Architecture.