Park Slope Retail Redevelopment​​

At the corner of 15th street and 5th ave in Park slope, new life has been given to this corner building.  In its' early years it was a bank but as you can see by in the first couple of pictures below - it morphed into just another nondescript building with no distinguishing characteristics. 
Today, it's been brought back to its early glory days.  Extensive exterior work revealed a beautiful limestone facade with original cast iron accents that were long covered over with layer upon layer of paint and tar.  A custom stone carving of a ship was discovered above the front door and all new windows and storefronts bring in tons of light.  Now it's a prime retail space for rent that any retailer would be proud of. 

Doctors Office Build-out

A gut renovation of a new Fifth Avenue storefront office for one of Manhattan's premier private allergy practices, this project was fast tracked and completed start to finish in 2 months. Complete with all new plumbing, electrical, hvac and fire alarm, along with custom build walnut furniture. Designed by Diana Mui D.M. Interiors -

Lebanese American University

Commercial gut renovation of 30,000 sq ft University , inside and out.  Completed on time and on budget.  9 months for interior 3 months for exterior. 

Calvin Klein

Roundtable Builders was Calvin Kleins in-house contractor for New York and surrounding areas for a year. We facilitated building new displays and interior renovations during that time.

Photographers Loft

The prime focus of this project, completed for an international renowned photographer, is a skylight space that serves as a photography studio.. Taking cues from the photographer herself, the design and construction is honest, exposed and purposeful. As such, the project demanded deliberate and calculated execution. The scope included an in-ground photography studio, and renovations to the attached living and office areas.

Deans Office

This design-build project for Paul Goldberger, critic for the New Yorker and The New York Times, involved renovating a section of a 19th century Manhattan building. The design was approached in partnership with the chair of the Interior Design Department for Parsons School of Design. A limited budget and clever design features resulted in a series of intimately crafted spaces.

55th Street Lofts

Located next to the Alvin Ailey Dance Theater, the 55th Street Lofts transformed a former water distillation facility into a 39,000ft2, 24 unit residential building with additional penthouse and terrace levels. Many of the hallmark design features were discovered and detailed in the field during construction. The concrete pan-joists, for example, were sandblasted and patched to reveal unique and dramatic exposed.