Around and in 207 garden Street12/23/2015
The exterior is almost finished, and the interior is taking shape as walls go up and counters and cabinets go in. Interior views include
Apartment 1A kitchen
New staircase on Ashley Street side
Apartment 2B kitchen
Apartment 2B foyer
Christmas in Apartment 2C
3rd floor office
All the difference in the World12/03/2015
It's long been a part of NINA's strategy that a restored facade can make a world of difference on the neighborhood. Instead of driving by a gloomy, dour, rundown building, people coming into Hartford now see this beauty. It dramatically improves the perception of the neighborhood, and it's why we always work from the outside in.
Progress at 207 garden street09/29/2015
A stroll through 207 Garden Street, showing some of the progress we've made on:
Progress at 207 garden street03/19/2015
Work underway on 207 Garden:
New subfloor in the 207 commercial space
Peeks at the second and third floors
The new hallway from the apartments to the elevator shaping up
The new entrance and lobby to the apartments and offices
And, of course, a look up the elevator shaft!
staircases at the zunner building03/09/2015
We're getting ready to restore the staircases at 207 Garden Street, so we headed over today to capture the original staircases for posterity and for the contractor who will do the restoration work on the stairs. A lot of the treads and risers will have to be replaced, but we will be meticulous in our effort to ensure it will retain the same look and feel as the original.
While we w
A Bird's eye view of 207 garden01/20/2015
Thanks to Ray Marcotte at The Hartford, we were afforded an opportunity to take some photos of 207 Garden Street from a unique vantage point: the top of The Hartford's Fraser Place parking garage. It's also a view that won't exist much longer, as The Hartford is right now completing environmental remediation on the structure as a prelude to demolishing it.
Coming Soon: A magic Elevator ride12/30/2014
Work on the new elevator at 207 Garden Street progresses steadily. This represents a substantial addition to the buildilng, not just by making it much more accessible to future occupants but also in terms of sheer volume. The blue tarp seen in these pictures hides the former "gangway" access to the fire escape, while the clear plastic protects the new elevator shaft. The