The full gut-renovation included removing rebuilding the superstructure of the building. A new steel structure was installed and the floors were framed with engineered wood floor joists. All new mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems were installed. A custom, floating staircase was created and installed with walnut-treads and landings. Custom cabinetry was fabricated in our woodshop for the kitchen, pantry, and bathrooms. All bathrooms were reconstructed with a mixture of marble and ceramic finishes and all have custom Starphire interior glass enclosures. The property featured a “smart home” system allowing for remote control of all HVAC, lighting, and window shades. The exterior façade of this townhouse was completely restored to its original, turn of the century beauty. The front façade was cleaned, the masonry details repaired and repointed. The stoop was reconstructed to match the original stoop built in 1899. The rear façade had several decades of paint stripped from the surface, then cleaned, repaired, and repointed to restore it to its original condition.