Re-envisioning The Master’s Home

This project was for the Former Home of Al Hirschfeld (1903 – 2003), 20th century master of caricature. The existing window configurations were not historically accurate. Over the years, previous owners had inserted replacement windows inside the original window frames. When measuring, we had to differentiate between what was replaced, what was original, and where the new windows and door needed to be set.

Arched Aluminum Windows for Village Landmark

One of the largest family-owned property managers in NYC, AR Kalimian, reached out to us about this site after we successfully installed over 500 windows for them throughout the city. Their windows were out of compliance, and they asked us to provide a solution that would last and require little-to-no maintenance.

Historically Correct Wood Clad Windows

WindowFix supplied and installed 30+ custom windows and doors in accordance with Landmark and Energy codes. This project included custom Marvin wood-clad windows with custom exterior brick molding, in addition to custom Marvin Integrity Wood Ultrex windows and doors in the rear.

Village Landmark in Real Time

On one of the most sought-after streets in Greenwich Village, we married the classic and the modern with a custom-designed, LPC (Landmarks Preservation Commission)-an approved solution that met modern energy code.

Unique Brownstone with Curves

This project featured a variation of six round-top, oversize 72” wide windows on the ground floor. On the parlor floor there was a unique pocket window with curved corners, offset upper sash with weight, and chain operation. The 2nd floor received a custom curved plane-bent insulated glass window.

Yankee Arms

Originally built in the 1920s, “Yankee Arms” (811 Walton Avenue) is elegantly situated amongst its neighbors – nestled between the County Courthouse, Bronx Borough Hall, and Yankee Stadium. The co-operative full-service building has 139 apartments and several commercial units.