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Oyster Capital Group Project

From inception, this 5,220-square-foot, five level (plus basement), single-family
townhome in the heart of the upper East Side, was redesigned as an energy
efficient, LEED project - no small feat in a dense urban environment like New York. While the Oyster Capital Project is a magnificent achievement in both athestic and energy-efficient design, it is in fact, the first residential, multi-story townhome awarded LEED Gold in New York City.

Incorporating both the traditional and modern, the project includes a traditional facade, a dramatic, curved staircase, 5" rift and quarter sawn FSC solid white oak flooring and wall-to-wall Wamboard radiant heat. The home is heated with nine unique, temperature controlled zones powered by one high-efficiency boiler. The facade has been updated with ultra-modern, high-efficiency aluminum windows and cast concrete pavers while the kitchen has been redesigned as a light and uncluttered space. The final result effortlessly combines clean lines, modern flavor and functionality with wide open spaces.
Others who worked on this project: Daniel Frisch Architecture
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