The exterior design includes paint removal, repointing and rebuilding pressed brick masonry and ornamental metal, restoring double-hung wood windows, recreating double entry doors based on physical and photographic evidence, new roofing and waterproofing at the basement areaway.
The interior rehabilitation includes retention of the historic room configurations at the first floor front of the building including ornamental plaster ceiling medallions, pocket doors, wood trim, and an open, wood stair. Energy Star roofing, equipment, appliances, lighting and other new elements were used to achieve LEED certification and capture energy efficiency tax credits. Other sustainable features include solar-tracking skylights, low-flow dual-flush toilets, automatic, metered plumbing fittings and other resource-stingy devices. Natural daylighting with integrated controls, low VOC and recycled content finishes help maintain a user-friendly and healthy indoor environment.