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East Wall Street Apartments

Restoration of 19th century Morgan-Lockwood House and new apartment building in the Norwalk Green Historic District

Kenneth Boroson Architects was retained by the owner of a historic property in Norwalk, Connecticut, to consult on the restoration of a Manor House and the design of a new residential building at the rear of the site. The Manor House, constructed in the 1870s, was in need of full restoration due to deferred maintenance by the previous owner.

Working in collaboration with a local historic consultant, our Team recommended the complete refurbishment of the Manor House, demolition of an obsolete Carriage House, and construction of a new podium-style building that complements the Manor house at the rear of the site.

Type:
Historic restoration and new construction

Program:
Complete refurbishment of Manor House to become 11 apartments; New construction of 15-unit apartment building

Area:
Approx. 25,300 sf; 0.78 acres

Construction Cost:
Withheld upon request

Project Status:
In design

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