Rand & Jones Enterprises is proposing another Johnson Park renovation project. After wrapping up the stunning restoration of 61 N. Johnson Park recently, the developer is seeking City approvals to tackle a neighboring property to the west. The firm is looking to convert a single-family residence at 75 N. Johnson Park into three apartments. Dean Architects prepared the plans.
From the application to the Preservation Board:
The goal of this project is to renovate an existing single-family residence into three apartments. The extent of the exterior work includes removing and infilling two windows, removing and infilling a man door and the removal of two existing metal window awnings. The existing roof material is grey asphalt shingles. The proposed new roof material would be black asphalt shingles.
Rand & Jones Enterprises’ 61 Johnson Park of Buffalo LLC purchased the property in October for $275,000. The circa-1866 property has 2,330 sq.ft. of space. It is one of a number of properties Rand & Jones has purchased and redeveloped in the Historic West Village in recent years (map below).
The Preservation Board will review the renovation plans at its meeting on Thursday.