The Victor

Camden, NJ

High ceilings, huge windows, and quality finishes that recall the original form and function reinterpreted as a luxury residential building.

Client
Dranoff Properties
Completion
2003
Size
535,000 Square Feet
Cost
$40 Million
Role
Architect, Interior Designer
Description

Built in phases from 1909 to 1916, the original six story structure was built for crafting cabinets for gramophones and radios.

In order to provide spaces with dimensions suitable for apartment conversion, the existing center court was widened to create a rectangular court open to the sky which, in addition, provided terraces for many apartments. Fourteen to twenty food ceilings, huge windows, exposed brick, massive columns and beams, and quality finishes recall the building’s original form and function.

Dominating the Camden skyline, the famous seventy-five foot tower with four stained glass windows depicting the RCA Nipper dog mascot listening to his master’s voice” on an old Victrola was carefully preserved.”

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