Park Slope
French Neo-Grec

Park Slope French Neo-Grec Kitchen
Park Slope French Neo-Grec Kitchen
This 16.5 ft. wide rowhouse, built in 1880 in the French Neo-Grec style, is located in Park Slope's historic district. Our main goal for this project was to create an open parlor floor and inviting kitchen. In addition, we were tasked with creating a new en suite primary bath.
At the front of the house, we reconstructed the original stairs, restored the newel post, and refinished the handrail. Additionally, we extracted the hall-bearing wall, seamlessly integrating new flooring to create a gracious entryway.
Park Slope French Neo-Grec Entryway
We removed the original kitchen, installed new custom millwork, and reconfigured the kitchen to be more conducive to cooking and entertaining. Beyond the kitchen, we created a small music room in the existing extension and added new sliding to an exterior deck.
Park Slope French Neo-Grec Dining Room
Park Slope Neo Grec Kitchen
Park Slope Neo-Grec Primary Bedroom
The primary suite features new finishes and flooring throughout, with a generous-sized bedroom and brilliantly colored bathroom with a double vanity and waterfall shower. The stained-glass doors leading to the primary bath harken back to the craftsmanship of an earlier era.
Park Slope French Neo-Grec Primary Bathroom
Park Slope French Neo Grec Primary Bath
Park Slope Neo-Grec Facade

Building Information


Park Slope Historic District

Originally Built


Rehabilitation Completed



3,600 sf


Partner In Charge

Kimberly Neuhaus

Project Team

Quinn Harding, Lauren Miyata

General Contractor


Structural Engineering

D'Huy Engineering, Inc.

MEP Engineer

D'Antonio Consulting Engineers


J. Callahan Consulting

Interior Design

Tamara Eaton


Allyson Lubow