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East 11th Street Duplex

Architect: Lichten Craig Architecture and Interiors

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Chelsea High-Rise Duplex

Photography: Gotham Photo Company

ZMK’s work in this 3,000 square foot Chelsea High-Rise Duplex included:

  • Custom "Sky Garage"
  • Space maximizing custom cabinetry
  • One-0f-a-kind high-gloss epoxy coat floor
  • Newly designed window framing to show off endless views of the Hudson River

15 Central Park West, Residence

Architect: Daniel Frisch Architecture
Photography: Durston Saylor

The renovations for this four bedroom home located in the west side’s most desirable building included:

  • Brand new windows framed by pear wood window casings
  • Café onyx window seats
  • Custom paneling and picture framing
  • Hidden television and audio equipment to keep the space high-tech without disrupting the rectilinear design
  • Built-in banquette
  • All new custom kitchen created in coordination with Boffi Soho
Upper West Side Townhouse
 

435 East 57th Street, Penthouse

Architect: Gleicher Design Architecture & Interiors

This pre-war, pied-à-terre apartment was remodeled with new features to include:

  • Full height Hope's terrace doors and windows surrounding the apartment, flooding the apartment with light
  • Rich wood paneling
  • Venetian plaster walls
  • Cerused oak kitchen cabinets with recycled aluminum backsplashes
  • All new custom kitchen

 

1170 Fifth Avenue, Penthouse

A pre-war Penthouse suite, owned by one of New York’s most prestigious families, received the following updates:

  • Custom herringbone wood floors
  • New base and crown moldings along with new window casings
  • Custom millwork including shelving, new register covers, and kitchen cabinetry
  • Restored fireplace
  • New lighting, HVAC and MEP systems installed throughout

Waverly Place, Townhouse

Architect: Gordon Kahn & Associates
Designer: Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz of BNOdesign

The ZMK team restored this five story, single family townhouse including the existing landmark façade, along with:

  • New structural steel and wood framing
  • Installation of new and restored existing wood flooring
  • Existing staircase, woodwork and trim were restored
  • Fireplace received an updated stone surround
  • New custom cabinetry in the kitchen
  • Custom millwork throughout residence
  • Custom glass and tile work in the bathrooms
  • MEP systems were designed and installed throughout

East 19th Street, Townhouse

Architect: Keary Horiuchi formerly of Bogdanow Partners Architects, now TOLA Architecture

This townhouse required a complete gut renovation and conversion of a five-family house into a single-family house. The work involved:

  • Leveling the building’s structural framing and the resetting of the existing staircase
  • New custom milled ash flooring was installed throughout
  • New porcelain tile on the garden level
  • Custom millwork was installed throughout
  • Site painted cabinetry, banquette, vanities, bookshelves and paneling
  • Custom ten-foot glass enclosed foyer for the Entry
  • Staircase received new treads, risers and a custom handrail

71st Street, Townhouse

Architect: Cross Architecture

The gut renovation of this five-story, 6,600 square foot townhouse included:

  • Replacing the joists with new steel material
  • A new stairwell and a new limestone façade
  • A brand new elevator was installed
  • Pella windows installed throughout to allow for maximum natural light flow
  • Custom wine storage was built for over 1000 bottles 

 

144 West 27th, Loft

Architect: Platt Dana Architects

This 5,000 square foot former commercial lighting fixture manufacturing space was converted into a single-family loft residence. Key features include:

  • All new lighting throughout the loft
  • New plumbing and air conditioning systems were designed and installed
  • Custom wenge cabinetry
  • Concrete counters and backsplashes were fabricated and installed
  • Floating walls and doors with various reveal details

151 East 79th  Street, Residence

Designer: Susann Kelly Design

Renovations to this apartment by ZMK included:

  • Updating the kitchen, bathrooms, and various details in the remaining rooms
  • The kitchen renovation included a complete demolition
  • Installation of new custom stainless steel cabinets
  • New MEP and HVAC systems designed and installed
  • Bathrooms received new polished chrome fixtures and glass tile floors
  • Wood flooring throughout the space was repaired, patched and refinished

500 West End Avenue, Apartment

Architect: Gordon Kahn & Associates

This 4,100 square foot project consisted of the combination of three apartments on two floors in a pre-war building. Other work included:

  • A new custom built oak staircase with blackened steel mahogany railings
  • New central air conditioning and steam humidification systems were designed and installed
  • Updated plumbing and electrical systems were installed throughout
  • The apartment received new oak flooring and custom laid stone in most rooms

 

15 Central Park West, Residence

Designer: Robin Baron Design

ZMK worked with famed building architect and historian Robert A.M. Stern to renovate this five room, two and a half bath pre-war apartment. Renovations included:

  • Existing hardwood floors were refinished
  • New crown and window casings were installed throughout
  • All of the walls were skim coated and then finished with custom wall coverings
  • Brand new, top-of-the-line appliances  and a one-of-a-kind onyx stone slab counter were installed in the kitchen
  • A high-tech Crestron System was also installed that operates all electronics throughout the apartment all at the touch of a button

15 West 81st Street, Residence

Architect: Platt Dana Architects

The creation of this single family home involved combining two 3,000 square foot, adjacent residences in a pre-war building, along with:

  • A custom built kitchen, family room, music room and playroom
  • All bathrooms were refurbished with custom stone and tile
  • All doors, trims and moldings were replaced with new, custom materials to match the existing pre-war style
  • Most of the floor space was replaced and woven into the existing floor to create a seamless transition between old and new

 

300 Central Park West, Residence

Architect: Jeffrey J. Wittenstein Architect, P.C.

This existing 3,800 square foot pre-war residence was renovated to be used as a pied-à-terre. Renovations included:

  • Brand new windows throughout the apartment
  • New wood flooring; custom base and trim
  • Custom wall paneling
  • The bathrooms all received custom fabricated stone flooring with intricate, hand laid mosaic tiles
  • Brand new HVAC and audio-visual control systems were installed throughout the residence

15 West 53rd  Street, Residence

Architect: D'Aquino Monaco

This complete renovation of an existing post-war apartment included:

  • New custom stone and tile installation
  • New wood flooring, and custom anodized and extruded aluminum base trim, crown moldings, door casings, and window casings
  • Custom sliding dyed plaster walls
  • Bathrooms received custom stone flooring
  • Custom millwork was furnished throughout
  • Remote controlled stereos, lighting and shading units were installed