Commercial historical renovation while while satisfying the stipulations of various city  organizations.  

919 jackson is considered one of the most architecturally significant homes of Jackson Avenue  and required extensive reviews by the Historic District Landmarks Commission and Louisiana’s  Historic Office in order to maintain the integrity of the renovation. 

919 Jackson was renovated from a double to a 6-unit building resulting in extensive  personalization by different owners over the years. Recent owners occupied the home for 46  years. Structure had been removed over time causing 2nd floor sagging. Owners chopped  away at the house. 

What we did:  

  • Gutted to the studs 
  • Installed new electric, plumbing, HVAC, sheetrock 
  • Restored original doors and spindles 
  • White Carrera marble fireplaces original. Restored  
  • Original floors 
  • Windows restores 
  • Exterior front facade original restored porch railing 
  • Resotrecypress siding 
  • All viking applicances 
  • Quartz counters all 
  • Wood cabinets 
  • Jacuzzi tubs 
  • Missions chevron clay tile 
  • Natural stone: travertine and state 
  • Original doors 
  • Repurposed demolition wood and remilled on site to create a grand stair and bookcase library  (thoughtful design) 

A Joint Effort With:  

  • Historic specialists and preservationists  
  • Draftsmen 
  • Designer lighting vendors 
  • Tile specialists 
  • Neighborhood associations

See the renovated units below:

Reflections

Before

After


Library

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After


Jetsetter

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After


Jazztime

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After