nspired by the traditional designs of New York Brown Stones, the Oregon Street Town Houses embody the urban qualities of this genre. The architectural design borrows characteristics of this era and combines them in a way that is classic in proportion and authentically detailed. The street facades derive their primary influences from the Italianate-era buildings commonly found in the historic districts of this area. They include typical trademark features such as elevated entry stoops, recessed entrances, projected cornices with embellished molding, stone window surrounds, and decorative metal railings. As a result, the homes respect the traditions of the past by applying classic elements in a new way, creating a sophisticated and timeless design.
Phase I of these town homes was also designed to the highest environmentally achievable status, LEED Platinum. You can read more about LEED here.