The last remaining Victorian-era mansions on Alfred St. between Brush St. and John R in Detroit's Brush Park neighborhood are slated to receive full renovations in 2017. The structures were abandoned from 1995-2008, during which time the City of Detroit enacted efforts to mothball the properties to prevent irreparable damage.
As a part of the City Modern Development, Christian Hurttienne Architects was tasked to restore these significant remnants of Detroit's architectural landscape to their former beauty. Our efforts included a full gut renovation, layout redesign, new porch construction, and the recreation of historic detailing.
Location: Detroit, MI
Area: 5,000-8,000 SF / House
Phase: Under Construction
Civil: Engineering Services, Inc.
Structural: LM Engineering
Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing: System Solutions, Inc.
Interior Design: Anahi Hollis Design
General Contractor: Stroyko Construction