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The Insider – Brownstoner

Back in 2007, when we got our first peak at the house that would become our Clinton Hill Townhouse project, we fell in love. That same afternoon the client and I ran over to the Department of Building to see what, if any, old drawings for the house might still exist. Opening the folder, we found original drawings on linen from the late 1890s for the house’s first renovation and addition. Sadly that addition, shown in the image above, had been torn down in the 1920s. Last week Cara Greenberg wrote a wonderful article about the Clinton Hill Townhouse and its history. Take a look!