Located at 110 South St. in Morristown, N.J., the Vail Mansion was built by the first president and chairman of AT & T, Theodore Vail. The first floor of the mansion was originally designed to house Mr. Vail´s collection of art and family inventions, while the second floor was to be his living quarters.
Project Architect David Abramson designed and supervised the restoration of this 1918 Palladian building as part of an adaptive reuse project.
Developed by Parsippany, N.J.-based Woodmont Properties, in a joint venture with The Applied Companies and Roseland Property Company, the project converted the former Estate and Morristown Municipal Building to a 35-unit luxury condominium development.
Relevant Project Data:
- Restoration of the estate included the building exterior, the site, and, in this case, the major spaces on the interior of the building.