Adaptive Reuse – All Projects
This project consists of the conversion of the historic Babcock Building, part of the South Carolina State Hospital until the 1990’s, into 208 apartments and multiple commercial spaces.
This project included the adaptive reuse of a 30,000SF mill into the Trailhead Church.
Originally built in 1913, the Printworks Mill in Greensboro, NC has recently been transformed into a new community hub.
Located in downtown Franklinton, NC, this three story brick mill was originally built in 1895.
Located in downtown Thomasville, NC, the old Thomasville Furniture Mill was incredibly deteriorated and collapsing upon itself.
Located in downtown Atlata, GA, this historic tax credit project consisted of the conversion of a four story historic warehouse, originally built in 1923, into a five story building with 72 market rate lofts.
This project consisted of the conversion of a 134000 SF historic mill complex in Graham, NC, into 133 affordable housing units, utilizing LITHC and historic credits.
A historic factory and warehouse, built originally by The White Furniture Company between 1905 and 1924.
This adaptive re-use project consisted of the conversion of the historic Hoots Roller Mill into 5 commercial spaces.
This project consisted of the adaptive re-use of a historic building into a restaurant/bar (The DAP House) and the shell construction of a brewery (Trollingwood Taproom).
Located in downtown Kinston, this building is the earliest brick tobacco building that remains in the area.
This project consisted of the conversion of a historic school in Charleston, WV, into 27 elderly, affordable housing apartments.
This project consisted of the conversion of this mill into 60 one, two and three bedroom loft apartments.
Built in 1966, this commercial building has been renovated and converted into the Greensboro YWCA Headquarters.
New Brick Historic Lofts afford premier residential living in the heart of Downtown South Boston, VA.
The River Market Lofts afford premier residential spaces in the heart of Downtown Hawkinsville, GA located at 95 S Houston Street.
This project consisited of the conversion of an abandoned, historic hospital into 75 units of senior affordable housing in Gastonia, NC.
The old Dixie Yarn Cotton mill is being conveted into 75 units of affordable housing utilyzing historic credits and LITHC credits.
An old historic mill is being converted into 42 affordable housing units and an 8 unit building of new construction is being added to the site
An old historic building that housed Noland Plumbing Distributors was adapted into 60 affordable housing units using historic tax credits and LITHC credits
A historic door and window factory in Milwaukee was converted into 69 affordable housing units.
An old mill comprised of 4 existing historic buildings was converted to 60 affordable housing units.
A historic school in Prince Edwards County is being saved from ruin and converted into 20 upscale apartments.
65 units of elderly affordable housing in four different buildings on three different sites that were about three miles apart
Part of the old Lockmore Mill burned prior to start up of an adaptive reuse project.
An old historic 4-story industrial building was converted into 41 units of affordable housing. All historic fabric was preserved.
The old Waco high school was converted into 104 units of affordable houding, including 2 elevators. Financing included LITC and Historic credits.
This K-12 school was originally built in 1923 with additions added in 1931 and the early 60’s.
An old historic school was adapted to house 33 units of housing while preserving all historic fabric of the building
This project consisted of the conversion and historic rehab of a 1920’s factory into 47 units of housing.
This project consisted of the conversion of a 1920’s factory into 37 units of housing and commercial space.
This project consisted of the rehab and conversion of a 1920’s school into 31 senior apartments.
This project consisted of a historic rehab and conversion of a 1920’s school into 37 units of elderly housing.
This project consisted of the conversion of a six story building, originally built in 1898, into 30 luxury residential condo units and 4 office condo units indcluding interior parking.
This project consisted of the rehab and adaptive reuse of a 1920’s school into 22 units of housing. In addition, 24 units of new construction and parking, all requiring sitework, were added.
This project consisted of the rehab and conversion of an old school into 27 units of elderly housing.
An old high school was converted into 25 elderly units and community space.
This project consisted of the rehab and conversion of an old tobacco prizery warehouse into 43 units of affordable housing.
This project involved the conversion of two old school buildings and new construction of three buildings into 36 units of family housing and 3000 SF of commercial space.
Originally built in the early 1900’s, this 135,000 SF mill was converted into 117 elderly apartments.
This project included the historic rehabilitation and conversion of the old Randleman High School into 30 units of elderly housing and an auditorium for civic use by the town of Randleman.
Phase I involved the conversion of an old tobacco warehouse into 14 high-end loft apartments and office space in downtown Winston-Salem.
This hospital was originally built in the 1920’s. It has been converted into 36 units of elderly housing.
This building, once a hospital, was originally built in 1951.
This project involved the conversion and rehabilitation of a historic hospital into 32 apartments for elder residents.
The old high school, dating from 1862, long empty, had found its way onto the National Register of Historic Places.
This project involved the rehabilitation of an old high school during a period of heightened activity after devastating floods caused by Hurricane Floyd.
This project involved the rehabilitation of an architecturally significant structure and new construction to create 14 apartments and common space.
Originally a candy factory built around 1900, this building has been adapted into 5 luxury apartments and 2000sf commercial space presently leased by an advertising design firm.