Devonshire House is the restoration and renovation of a 1928 Emery Roth designed building. Larger apartments were created by combining several existing units, with the goal being to create a cohesive whole, appearing to have been designed as an intentional composition, not a sum of old and new parts. Working in conjunction with renown interior designer, Victoria Hagan, inside finishes include quarter-sawn oak wood flooring, custom moldings and designer hardware.
Restored to replicate the original design, the Devonshire House lobby features a unique Elizabethan motif with stained glass windows and faux bois period paneling. Some of the building’s amenities include a landscaped rooftop terrace and a traditional English courtyard garden redesigned by landscape architect Edmund Hollander. A fitness center and children’s playroom add to the perks. Devonshire House is located at 28 East 10th Street in Greenwich Village.