James Cleary Architecture Proposes Renovation of 71 Jane Street in Greenwich Village

Existing conditions at 71 Jane Street - Jame Cleary ArchitectureExisting conditions at 71 Jane Street - Jame Cleary Architecture

James Cleary Architecture has submitted proposals to the Landmarks Preservation Commission to facilitate the renovation of a three-story townhouse in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village Historic District. The residential building is located at 71 Jane Street and was originally completed around 1925.

The renovation will alter the rear exterior of the building, where the architects have proposed an expansion into the backyard, installation of new windows with decorative trims, and the creation of a third-floor terrace.

Rendering of rear yard at 71 Jane Street - Jame Cleary Architecture

Rendering of rear yard at 71 Jane Street – Jame Cleary Architecture

Rendering of rear yard at 71 Jane Street - Jame Cleary Architecture

Rendering of rear yard at 71 Jane Street – Jame Cleary Architecture

Existing conditions at teh rear of 71 Jane Street - Jame Cleary Architecture

Existing conditions at the rear of 71 Jane Street – Jame Cleary Architecture

The elements will be fully replaced with more modern finishes including a new deck at the first and top floors, a new brick façade, wooden fencing, and double-hung windows. At the roof level, the architects have proposed new copper gutters, HVAC equipment and associated duct work, and a new skylight.

Interior alterations will establish expanded cellar levels, modernized dining and living room spaces, four bedrooms, and five bathrooms.

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2 Comments on "James Cleary Architecture Proposes Renovation of 71 Jane Street in Greenwich Village"

  1. Unlikely 1925
    Please check.

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