Hello and welcome to a special bonus post to the SWA Architecture weekly blog. If you missed our other post from this week finish this one first and go check it out. It was one of our favorites that we have posted about. I bet the suspense is killing you.
As for this week, we take an updated look at a location for the third time. Yes, this is the third time we have stopped at the historic landmark location of 4 St. Marks. Also known as the Hamilton Holly house. A brief refresher, this large townhouse in the East Village was constructed in 1833, and designated into a landmark building in 2004.
The first time we viewed this building it was in the very preliminary stages, with mainly renderings to show you what it will be. As you can tell by the pictures we still have some work to but it is certainly almost there.
SWA Architecture are the architects, designers, expediters and landmark applicants for this building. We have two floors for retail, a rear addition, we inserted 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.
We really put a lot into this town house as you can see. That's it for this week. Stay tuned for another post coming your way next week. Don't forget to give us a follow on instagram - @swa_architecture