Sitting comfortably on a 45-acre site in Dutchess County, New York, this elegant home with a temple-like central structure is grand but compact.
This red brick stately mansion in Fredericksburg, Virginia with Greek Revival architecture was originally built in 1834. The four-columned historic landmark has been modernized to include a two story glass enclosure for the stairs between the main residence and the carriage house.
Inspired by the Greek Revival houses of the 19th-century, this elegant luxury home in Greenwich, Connecticut features a two-story Doric colonnade and veranda on three sides of the building.
This elegant Neoclassical dream home on a 120-acre estate in Millbrook, New York was designed with authentic details, paying tribute to the classic original homes of the region.
The Westminster Arcade, also known as the Arcade Providence in Rhode Island was built in 1828 as the first indoor shopping mall in America. In 2012, Northeast Collaborative Architects created an adaptive reuse project that included 48 affordable Micro Lofts and 17 Micro Retail shops.