This French Second Empire style townhouse was completely gut-renovated by LMA Group. On the front façade, the brownstone stoop and surround were restored, and the brick was stripped of paint and repointed. A new interior stair, windows, rear extension, and all new infrastructure were part of the overall renovation.
LMA Group converted a former doctor’s Maisonette overlooking Gramercy Park into a modern two bedroom plus study home, while retaining its beautifully proportioned pre-war character. The original stained glass window was removed in sections, taken to an off-site studio, re-leaded and reinstalled. The extensive and highly detailed cabinetry was fabricated in LMA’s millwork shop.
The first of three successful renovations in this elegant Carnegie Hill building, LMA Group seamlessly combined two large pre-wars for a family with three young children. The mahogany library is the highlight.
After decades of benign neglect its previous owners, LMA Group gut-renovated this large townhouse. A large steel and concrete addition was constructed, an elevator and all new mechanical systems were installed, including a rooftop gas generator.
This Federal Style house in New Jersey was custom designed for its original owners in 1930 and had not been updated when our clients purchased it. LMA Group initially renovated the house for the couple and their two children, making provision to add a third floor in the future. Several years later, as the family grew, we added a third floor with minimal disruption to the existing house as a result of careful planning during the initial renovation.
LMA Group meticulously renovated this duplex in an elegant, prestigious prewar building overlooking the Cooper Hewitt Museum and Central Park. The apartment, after not having been touched in decades, was extensively renovated, incorporating meticulous custom cabinetry and stone work.