From 19th Century Boarding House to 21st Century Bistro

September 18, 2017

Passionate about the preservation of historic structures to renew our downtowns without reshaping their skylines, Christopher Levy shares the story behind the transformation of a 19th century Birmingham boarding house into a 21st century bistro.


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Article by Christopher Levy. Christopher Levy began his career working at the Maritime Industry Museum in Fort Schuyler - a nineteenth century fort in New York City - giving him a respect and an affinity for historic buildings. Having lived in New York City, Jacksonville, and now Birmingham, he has an insight on urban life in cities of various sizes, demographics, and geographic locations. He is passionate about the preservation of historic structures to renew our downtowns without reshaping their skylines. He writes for several publications and consults with auction houses on late nineteenth and early-to-mid twentieth century materials.

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