NYC Neighborhood Spotlight: Our Favorite Greenwich Village Renovations
Get up close and personal with some of our favorite Greenwich Village renovations.
Once the hub of counterculture in the 60s, Greenwich Village remains one of the most beloved neighborhoods in Manhattan, thanks to the kaleidoscope of essential restaurants, bustling nightlife scene and always vibrant energy of Washington Square Park. WIth so much glow around The Village, we’re always stepping up our creativity when renovating in Greenwich Village.
View some of our favorite renovations in Greenwich Village below.
Pre-War Apartment Combination In Greenwich Village
For this NYC apartment combination, we worked with a young family who purchased two apartments in the historic Albert building in hopes of combining two apartments into one with a more modern and engaging layout. We were happy to oblige, completing the speciality renovation in six months and providing our clients with a more open, inviting space that will properly accommodate their growing needs. View the full Greenwich Village pre-war renovation before and after.
West Village Apartment Renovation
Our clients purchased this West Village apartment planning to reinvigorate the dated space. After various design meetings, we set our sights on a clean and simple aesthetic, bright yet not so monochromatic as to lose all character. The full Manhattan apartment renovation included a remodel of the kitchen and bathroom, along with new floors throughout, custom lighting in the living room and closet millwork. View the full West Village renovation before and after.
Greenwich Village Apartment Renovation On East 12th
When the owners of this Greenwich Village co-op apartment contacted Gallery, the existing kitchen lacked character, the brick walls were hidden, and the hardwood floors were worn out. During the design meetings our designers discovered that our customer leaned towards the traditional and industrial aesthetic for their NYC apartment renovation. To meet their design goals, we incorporated custom kitchen cabinets in a matte black finish with champagne pull handles and fixtures for a traditional touch, then added contrast and an industrial feel via an exposed brick accent wall with a distressed look. Lastly, we installed new hardwood 5″ select oak floors, renovated the entire bathroom and repainted the entire apartment. View the full Greenwich Village apartment renovation before and after.
NYC Co-Op Kitchen Renovation In Greenwich Village
For this co-op renovation in Greenwich Village, the clients wanted a contemporary kitchen design with a striking accent color. To make matters more interesting, the slender galley had no windows or natural light. In the renovated kitchen, white flat panel custom cabinets preserve as much openness as possible, with three-dimensional deep blue subway tile backsplash providing color and contemporary flair. View the full Greenwich Village co-op renovation before and after.
Considering A Renovation In Greenwich Village?
Find more priority content to help guide your upcoming Greenwich Village renovation via our NYC Renovation & Design Blog, view a full portfolio of our renovations throughout NYC, or contact us to begin conversations regarding the home of your dreams.
We are an award-winning design-build firm in New York City with a full-service approach to residential renovations in Manhattan and Brooklyn that includes everything from interior design and architecture services to construction and construction management. That's why we're different from other renovation and remodel firms in NYC. We’re experts in renovating full interiors, kitchens, bathrooms, flooring, millwork, and all that falls in between. Let’s design-build together.
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