WILLIAMSBURG GROUND UP TOWNHOUSE

WILLIAMSBURG GROUND UP TOWNHOUSE

Address: 112 South 1st Street,
Brooklyn, New York, 11211
Project Cost: $3,000,000
Date: 2012
Size: 2,500 SF

Architect
Steven Kratchman Architect P.C.
Steven Kratchman
23 Warren Street, Store 9
New York, New York 10007

Contractor
Dynatec Contracting INC
Terry Malaikis
25-52 Crescent Street
Astoria, New York 11102

Structural
CEC INC
Jeff Ling
730 Boulevard
Kenilworth, New Jersey 07033

Meps
George Schell Inc.
George Schell
3171 Route 9 north #316
Old Bridge, New Jersey 08857

Description:

Once the site of a one-story garage built in the 1900s, the property was transformed by SKAPC into a four-story, single-family townhouse, with three bedrooms and three bathrooms, in Brooklyn’s sought-after central Williamsburg neighborhood. At only 16.5-feet wide, the property’s unique dimensions made this project particularly challenging. The ground-up construction features a design reflective of the original structure’s façade while boasting a modern interior and rear, including a back stairwell with oversized windows that distribute light throughout each level. The floor plan includes a large contemporary kitchen leading to an outdoor patio for entertaining; an expansive living and dining area; a study overlooking Manhattan; new rooftop development; and a one-car garage. Interior finishes are contemporary yet classic. SKAPC’s architectural services included pre-design and design work, documentation, construction services and approvals.