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CASE STUDY: SMALL-SCALE HISTORIC REHAB Viewed from the street, the brick double-ender is restored to its former glory. Inside are modem offices; in back a 2,500 square-foot commercial addition. Making it fly depends on good instincts, good planning, and mastering the fine art of compromise Staff Report When Graham Goldsmith saw the rundown brick house one block from the waterfront in Burlington, Vt., he sensed the makings of a small commercial development. The historic waterfront district was undergoing rapid redevelopment-attracting shops and restaurants. These nearby amenities, he reasoned, would attract quality tenants to the brick house, despite the fact that it lay on a somewhat rundown street of mostly residential tenements. Upon closer examination, the unassuming brick double-ender held even greater appeal. Built in