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A Brownstone stoop in Manhattans Village neighborhood.
Three Victorians on Valencia The Deepistan Parklet is in from to of the middle one.
Philadelphia stone stoop. Image: DBA
Traditional stoops were not constrained by modern codes, so they tend to be more varied, interesting, and successful.
2014 A nicely done renovation in the Pearl District of Portland.
A modern stoop at Armstrong Place in the Bayview.
Pacific Cannery Lofts has stoop/porches repurposed from a loading dock.
The stoops on Grove Street at 300 Ivy.
We do modern versions of traditional stoops on our designs as part of our ACTIVE URBAN EDGE strategy.
These new stoops were added to the Pacific Cannery Lofts alley facing ground level units to activate the pedestrian edge. Image: Brian Rose
A San Francisco stoop on 17th Street near the Castro.
Stoops on two tiny houses in Dogpatch, San Francisco. These houses were built from plans published in the newspaper.
San Francisco Stoops
San Francisco's Victorians are defined by their stoops, some of which get very long.
Philadelphia is a city of townhouses, and they all have stoops.
A modern stoop at Ironhorse Affordable Apartments in West Oakland.
Computer rendering of a stoop along Grove Street at our 300 Ivy design.
A stoop on Grove Street at 300 Ivy.
A stoop at our Crescent Cove Apartments in 2014.
A typical stoop in Hayes Valley, San Francisco.
A typical Brownstone stoop in the Village, New York City. Note the half level down floor.
STOOPS Philadelphia stone stoop. Image: DBA