Historical Renovation, by Kenneth Boroson Architects

"Located in the historic Sherman Building, built in 1860, this New Haven landmark required a substantial renovation to expand its facility. Second floor offices were converted into a dining area and a new commercial kitchen. The project also included the replacement of a historic grand mahogany staircase leading from the wood paneled main dining room to the new grand ballroom on the second floor. High level carpentry and finish work was required to integrate the redesigned staircase and new ballroom additions into the existing old world millwork."

Prime Commercial Space Now Available

"Sherman's Building, 1032 Chapel Street, New Haven, Connecticut. Formerly known as the Union League Club, this gracious structure was built in 1860. Prime commercial space available on two floors. Directly across from Yale University. 1032 Chapel Street (A) 3347 square feet and 1032 Chapel Street (B) 1727 square feet available April, 1985."-excerpt and (top) image… Continue reading Prime Commercial Space Now Available