Emory Roth completed work on his romantic classical masterpiece The Beresford just as the country entered The Great Depression. Since the "re-discovery" of Central Park West in the late 1970's this masterwork has only grown in value and esteem.
A long time client of Ellissa Cullman's requested that the neighboring apartment be joined to the one he already owned - and it be ready in less than a year!
The results are a timeless combination into a sprawling 8,500 sqft. residence replete with the most exacting craftsmanship and attention to detail.
A short construction window, a vast amount of technology and difficult Co-Op bylaws required a fast and accurate team to create a tight set of documents. I enjoyed leading this project working with some of the most talented craftspeople in the nation.
All images used with permission from Durston Saylor.
Interior Design by Cullman & Kravis, Inc.
Architecture by the offices of John B. Murray Architect, LLC
Construction by Peter Consola, Inc.