The installation of new wiring, plumbing, insulation, sheathing, windows and siding brought the building up to current building code standards.
When Tuxedo Park was originally planned and constructed worker housing was needed. Buildings were erected that eventually were sold as modest attached houses containing four units in each. Some have since been repurposed into single family homes.
We were approached by our client to upgrade one of these buildings. It contained four units but was obsolete by current standards and not viable as rental units.
We performed a complete “gut and rehab” removing the existing roof, increased the building’s footprint, upgraded kitchens, enlarged bathrooms and bedrooms and head height of the second floor.
What We Did
- Multi-Family Housing
- Design Development
- Construction Documents
- New Kitchen Design
- Bathroom Design