Unique Brownstone with Curves At 876 President St.

This is brownstone building in New York City.


Wood Windows

876 President St.
Brooklyn, NY 11215


The essence of this project lies in the diverse and stylish windows that contribute not only to the aesthetic appeal but also enhance the functionality of the building across its various floors. The meticulous attention to detail and commitment to both form and function is evident in each window design, showcasing a harmonious blend of style and practicality.

Starting on the ground floor, the building boasts six distinctive round-top windows, each an impressive 72 inches in width.

These generously sized windows not only flood the space with natural light but also offer an enchanting view of the surroundings. The careful selection of this window style for the ground floor reflects a deliberate choice to create a captivating atmosphere and provide a seamless connection between the interior and the external environment.

Transitioning to the parlor floor, a true standout is the one-of-a-kind pocket window that takes center stage. This unique design is a testament to innovative craftsmanship, featuring elegantly curved corners that add a touch of sophistication.

The offset upper sash, equipped with a counterweight system, ensures smooth operation, while the use of a chain mechanism blends aesthetics with practicality seamlessly. This particular window not only serves as a functional element but also becomes a focal point, elevating the overall elegance of the parlor floor.

The second floor introduces a specially crafted curved plane-bent insulated glass window. Beyond its aesthetic appeal, this window contributes to enhancing the interior ambiance and energy efficiency of the space.

The curvature of the glass not only adds a dynamic visual element but also allows for optimal light distribution, creating a well-lit and inviting atmosphere. The emphasis on energy efficiency aligns with modern architectural standards, reflecting a commitment to sustainability and practicality.

As we ascend to the fourth floor, the attention to detail continues with another set of six round-top windows. What distinguishes these windows are the custom simulated check rails, showcasing a nuanced understanding of architectural charm.

The addition of these custom features not only contributes to the visual appeal but also underscores the dedication to precision and detail in this project. It’s a testament to the craftsmanship and commitment to delivering windows that go beyond the ordinary, adding unique character to each floor.

Beyond the remarkable window designs, Parrett Window and Door went the extra mile by producing custom brick molding, mullion covers, simulated divided lites, and offering a range of custom colors.

This level of customization speaks to a commitment to ensuring that every aspect of the windows seamlessly integrates with the building’s overall design. The bespoke elements, meticulously crafted, showcase a dedication to meeting the unique preferences of the project and achieving a cohesive and tailored look.

This project is a celebration of windows that transcend the ordinary, combining diverse styles with a commitment to functionality. From the ground floor to the fourth, each window contributes to the building’s overall ambiance and architectural charm.

Parrett Window and Door’s dedication to customization and attention to detail ensure that these windows not only meet but exceed the unique design preferences of the project, resulting in a harmonious and visually stunning architectural ensemble.

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Celebrating Excellence!

We at WindowFix are thrilled to announce that we have received the prestigious Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award for one of our outstanding storefront projects. A heartfelt congratulations to our very own Paul Mulcahy and our WindowFix team for this achievement.

WindowFix has been and continues to be a key player in preserving many of New York City’s historic landmarks. Take a moment to learn more about our work and this remarkable award-winning project.