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New Book On Restoring City Homes Features Practical Advice From Conservancy’s Technical Director

New Book On Restoring City Homes Features Practical Advice From Conservancy’s Technical Director
New Book On Restoring City Homes Features Practical Advice From Conservancy’s Technical Director

A lovely new book about restoring city homes features practical advice and suggestions from the Conservancy’s Technical Director, Alex Herrera. “Restoring A House In The City: A Guide To Renovating Town Houses, Brownstones and Row Houses With Great Style” by Ingrid Abramovitch is published by Artisan.

The book combines stunning pictures of each home, with stories of the restoration and renovations. Buildings from Greenwich Village, Brooklyn Heights, Fort Greene and Park Slope are detailed, including the home of Conservancy Professional Circle Member Kathryn Scott.

Herrera offers advice and information on everything from hiring an architect to period details. The Landmarks Conservancy is also listed as a resource for persons seeking to restore their homes.