803 Quincy St
803 Quincy Street is a boutique, eight-unit condominium targeting a demographic of 30-35-year-old career-driven people with one child at most, who are looking for a traditional Brooklyn/warehouse-style apartment.
The primary challenge with this building was the need to work around two load-bearing columns in strategic locations that affected the whole design of the units. Ultimately, I worked around this problem by "hiding" the columns within the carpentry of the kitchen, working overtime with the kitchen suppliers to ensure the kitchen retained its clean, minimal appearance while ensuring sufficient storage space.
As these units were designed for a slightly older target demographic than some of the others, one that might already be considering having children, I decided to expand and elevate the role of the kitchen in the home, making it the "heart" of the home. Similarly, the quality of the materials here is elevated, with natural, wide-plank wood flooring, classic American palettes with deep, warm walnut shades, and brass fixtures.
New Construction-8 units,
5 stories Building
Stuyvesant-Heights, Brooklyn, New york
1ST Floor Apartment
2ND Floor Apartment