L&M Arts Gallery
L&M Arts Gallery is located in a Neo-Federal style townhouse on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. The 4-story red brick building with marble details, designed by Architect Arthur C. Jackson in 1913, falls within the Upper East Side historic district. The owner converted three floors of this private residence to a commercial art gallery, drawing upon an extensive personal art collection. Acheson Doyle Partners provided zoning expertise to gain approval for this change in building use and architectural redesign services sensitive to the building’s historic nature. Interior scope included the galleries on 1st, 2nd and 3rd floors. Exterior scope focused on restoration of the building façade and alterations to the main entrance to provide handicap accessibility.