The Jefferson Court project involved the renovation and restoration of an 1863 Carriage House at 130 w. 10th Street, and a new ground up development at 11 Christopher Street. The site runs through the block from 10th Street to Christopher Street and is now connected by the 8000 sq. ft. Village Infant Center. Designed by Cook + Fox, the architects who designed the new Bank of America tower and many other significant New York City landmarks, the project stands out as a welcome addition to a neighborhood and block extremely rich in history and architectural character. Just steps away from The Jefferson Market Library perhaps the most iconic piece of historical architecture in all of Greenwich Village, the new facade at 11 Christopher Street won the National Award of Merit from the American Institute of Architects. The 39,000 sq. ft. project was completed in 2005 and contains 7 residential units two retail units and a Community Facility Center.