Over 100-Year-Old Brownstone in Park Slope Gets Modern Makeover by Tom Winter Architects

This brownstone enlargement project between the bustling Fifth and Sixth Avenues in Park Slope is anything but expected. Rather than just adding another floor and keeping the same facade (see 132 Second Place), Tom Winter Architects has boldly designed a contemporary two-story addition with setbacks to the 3-story 337 11th Street, creating a seamless mix of old and new. The firm also spruced up the facade, opting for a modern white and grey look. Originally a 3-unit brownstone built in 1901, the conversion will bring that number down to just two ultra-spacious units, a duplex and triplex. Click here for the City Realty article.