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May 06, 1989 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-06

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bedrooms, three baths, a maid's
quarters, a butler's pantry, an up-
dated kitchen and a laundry room.
The piece de resistance is the
spectacular view of the river and the
city. Interior designer David
Goldburg, of Ingles and Associates,
kept the view as the focal point of the
apartment. "The view is the first thing
you see when you enter. You are real-
ly impressed with the water," says
„---- Goldburg.
Goldburg describes the ambiance
„---
as "very comfortable, very inviting
and very warm." Since Rossen is a
bachelor, Goldburg was concerned
„-- with easy maintenance fabrics and
textures.
When this condo was photograph
ed, Goldburg and Rossen were plan-
ning a new arrangement for the liv-
,- ing room. The new furniture, con-
sisting of some sofas in a plush
mohair and custom cocktail tables,
has two seating areas to include a
„-- summertime view around the water
and a wintertime, cozy, atmosphere
near the fireplace.
„----
While designing the apartment,
Goldburg was careful to retain the
Old World charm. "We did not want
„----
to lose the details of the older
building."
Goldburg updated the kitchen,
„-- while maintaining some details from
a bygone era. The butler's pantry,
cupboards, and original stainless
steel sink remain, along with the bell
for the owners to ring for the maids.
„- He added some tile, laminated some
counters and strategically placed the
breakfast table so Rossen can enjoy
his morning coffee overlooking Jef-
ferson Ave.
Goldburg deftly covered the
„---
radiators incorporating them into the
decor. He built a modular unit over
one heating unit, while another
„-- radiator serves as a window seat with
leather cushions on top.
„---
The dining room has a magnificent
_„--- Persian, Bahktiari rug. The olive
wood table complements the natural,
„--- wood floor.
Rossen finds downtown living very
exciting. He mentions the theater, the
Renaissance Center, the jazz music,
and the interesting people. "There's
a lot happening downtown."

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