Top and bottom right:  The second floor social room is a generous combination of open spaces that stretch the full width of the building along the street.  Both large and small balconies are accessed from this room. 

Frosted glass sections maintain privacy; on the third floor, this frosted glass is located in the fraternity president’s bathroom.  Provides a break between façade materials on the exterior.

The furr down encloses air supply ducts, and the visible recess will house a projector installed in lieu of hanging a flat-screen television on the wall.  Floor tiles can be easily replaced if damaged.

Bottom left:  The main social space on the first floor stretches the depth of the building and directly accesses a rear terrace seen through the glass doors.  Flexible use was important to the owner, as was abuse-resistant construction.

Area: 729 m²
Price: $1,800,000
Credits: Wayne Troyer-Architect: Kenyon Zimmerman-Project Manager: Tracie Ashe-Designer: Photography by Louis Perriault, Jeff Johnston, Neil Alexander
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