2100 Delancey Place was designed as a classical, six-story single family residence in 1905 by architects Duhring, Okie, Ziegler. The Italianate exterior details, carved limestone, roman brick, and wrought iron details were carefully restored as part of the renovation project. The imposing façade with muscular stone cornice and terra cotta balustrade at the roof, looks down on similarly large scale and rich neighboring buildings. Like the exterior of the building, the interior spaces are ornately detailed and the individual floors lend themselves nicely to single level apartments. At the rooftop, the caretakers apartment was removed and rebuilt, without visibly adding height to the building, to create a larger, two-story, three bedroom penthouse. This penthouse includes 270-degree views of the city, a large roof deck, connecting grand staircase, elevator access and the original leaded and beveled glass skylight in the stairwell.