The homes Dixon acquires are frequently in need of significant TLC, but are, for the most part, intact upon purchase. This was certainly not the case for the property at Bradhurst Avenue in Harlem.
Dixon transforms a non-descript Hoboken row house into a striking modern-industrial home that embraces light and outdoor space on every level.
From Italy to Brooklyn, a one-of-a-kind woodworker builds off of a lifetime of experience to painstakingly bring brownstones back to life.
A Brooklyn street corner with a storied past as a butcher shop and an antique store is converted into two unique, modern industrial townhomes in the heart of the Cobble Hill Historic District.