Michelle Jubran Architect, PC
Residential Architecture and Urban Planning since 1992
New York City Residents, are you looking to buy and renovate a Condo, Coop or Brownstone ? You may feel you need to consult with an Architect before you begin the process. Michelle, the founder and Principal Architect, formally the Chief Plan Examiner at the Department of Buildings Manhattan, can help you navigate the process, creative design ideas to getting approvals from building management to department of Buildings and Landmarks Preservation commission and overseeing construction. We are a full service firm who take pride in each project no matter the size.
Your Creative Source for Unique Architecture Solutions
At Michelle Jubran Architect, PC our priority is understanding the specific needs of each client and making sure we apply them throughout the entire design process. This customer-driven approach is why we’re such a successful Architectural Design Studio.
As part of this philosophy, we include our clients in every step of the creative process to ensure that our work is exactly what they had in mind. The end result is an inspiring and breakthrough design that will boost their profile in meaningful ways. Contact us to find out more.
Landmarks Preservation Commission
Many of the projects we do are in Historic Districts. This requires one or more of several types of applications and permits. If the building is a designated landmark as 247 Waverly Place - the replacement of the windows must be done with the same material - in this case Mahagony and the same operation, double hung chain type.
In the case of the Central Park West Project - the building was in an historic district but was not designation . The raised window was in the kitchen and all other windows were replaced with aluminum frames.
247 Waverly Place
Historic Landmark Window Replacement
Built in 1888 by famed architect, William B. Tuthill who is best known as the designer of Carnegie Hall, 247 Waverly Place is a beautiful Romanesque Revival four story townhouse. 247 Waverly Place is a single family home and was converted from four bedrooms to three, making a grand master suite on the fourth floor. All details throughout the home have been kept in tact and professionally restored. This includes five fireplaces, four of which are wood burning. The home also features central air throughout all levels, a lovely patio off of the formal dining room and a temperature controlled wine cellar in the lower level. The Historic windows were replaced with the same chain operated Mahagony frames.
Central Park West Gut Renovation
Raised Window Sill
This 3 bedroom 3 bath renovation had wonderful views of Central Park. The Kitchen layout was disrupted by the low sill window placement. We got the building management to allow us to raise the window sill to accomodate the countinuous counter and cabinets.
Curved Foyer Coat and Shoe Closet
Shared Design Vision
The client wanted a separation of her living room from a niche office behind this 10' curved closet.
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From 1992 - 2002 , Michelle was an architectural consultant for the PANYNJ Engineering Design Department working on Capital Priority Projects. From the inception to the G
ground breaking of JFK AirTrain, she played a key role in master planning the
Horizontal and Vertical Alignments, the station and pedestrian connector locations, the structural columns on and off the Airport.
Arial of the entire system
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Who We’ve Worked With
American Airlines Unit Terminal
We began with the PANYNJ existing drawing of the 9 unit terminal functional analysis. We surveyed each terminal to evaluate the best location to have the stations connect to the unit terminals.
We verified the departure and arrival areas, the public vs secure areas.
Station Prototypes Up and Over
We had all the information translated into AutoCadd and then we merged the unit terminals with the existing and future roadways and frontages to establish Vertical Alignments.
Station Prototype Down and Under
Shared Design Vision