Ramy Issac is one of the leading architects in New York, famously known for his creative and unique building designs. He tries to deliver a design that is not only aesthetically pleasing but also functions seamlessly. Issac has used the abandoned parts of the city, like in Greenpoint, and transformed into architectural achievements. Having had the experience of so many years, Ramy knows how to blend modernity with tradition, or other latest designs.
Let’s know about his latest Building project “Contextual Infill”
Designed by a renowned architectural firm named Issac & Stern Architects, the building is located at 243 East 7th Street, between Avenues C and D in the East Village/Alphabet City.
The concrete structure is spread across an area of 10, 466 square feet, with each unit acquiring an area of 1,498 square feet. The property is most likely to offer condo units to people. This 6th story building has some really exciting features to offer for residents of east village city. The majority of units have their individual floors.
On the sixth floor, it has a penthouse and private upper level. The top four floors consist of big-sized corner windows that are perfectly added to the beauty of adjacent green space on the lot line. Whereas, its remaining floors have smaller windows that are perfect for the privacy thing.
The original design of the building is the same as outlined earlier. The building has a grey-brick facade, perfectly matching with next-door neighbors and other surroundings. The new structure has totally transformed the site’s old occupant.
The launch date is yet to be revealed and till then you can visit our website for updates.