Most of the original detailing on the door and window surrounds, belt course, water table, quoins, and window sills were destroyed. The original decorative profiles on these elements were recreated using 3D scanning and historic photos. Masonry repairs ranged from simple epoxy repairs to replacement of whole stones in-kind. In total, 92 pieces of existing brownstone were restored, correcting years of water damage. The building’s original wood front doors, which feature a unique circular center panel detail, were repaired. The restoration work reversed years of deterioration and protects the façade from future damage.