In September, the Historic Preservation Commission granted a certificate of appropriateness to the plan to turn a little garage situated between two 19th-century houses on upper Warren Street into a a building twice its height.
Recently, a reader gave me an article clipped from the August issue of New York Magazine which was all about a similarly heightened garage in a suburb of Syracuse, set in the midst of early 20th-century Dutch Colonial clapboard houses.
You can read article about the building, designed by architect Jon Lott and dubbed Haffenden House, and see pictures of the interior here.
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I guess I can thank my lucky stars I'm not in Syracuse.ReplyDelete
Smacks more of a spite structure than a remote comparison.ReplyDelete
Smacks more of a spite structure than a remote comparisonReplyDelete