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.
Siler School Square
This project consisted of both new construction and adaptive re-use. The project included two new construction buildings and the adaptive re-use of the Siler School into a 44 unit affordable housing complex, including a playground, outdoor pavilion, and leasing office.
Lodge at Hickory
This new construction project consists of 80 units with a four-story interior corridor, two elevators, and community spaces.
King William Place
This new construction complex consisted of 84 units of affordable housing.
Sterling Mill Lofts
Located in downtown Franklinton, NC, this three story brick mill was originally built in 1895.
May Hosiery Lofts
May Hosiery Mill, an important example of an early twentieth-century hosiery knitting mill, is located in Burlington, NC and dates back to 1928.
Attwood Pointe Apts (Mission Village)
This project consisted of the new construction of 52 apartment units, in 4 buildings and a clubhouse.
The View at Hotel Concord
Located in downtown Concord, NC sits the regal Hotel Concord. Originally built in the 1920’s, this property has been renovated into luxury apartments overlooking downtown.
Big Chair Lofts
Located in downtown Thomasville, NC, the old Thomasville Furniture Mill was incredibly deteriorated and collapsing upon itself.
Sumter Place Apartments
This project consisted of the new construction of a 30 unit elderly, affordable housing apartment building near downtown Sumter, SC.
Fulton Supply Lofts
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.
Beal Street Apartments
This project consisted of the new construction of 80 units of affordable housing apartments in 7 new buildings in Rocky Mount, NC.
Oneida Mill Apartments
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.
Retreat at Statesville
This project consisted of the new construction of 80 units of affordable housing located in four buildings and a community center.
The Lofts at White Furniture
A historic factory and warehouse, built originally by The White Furniture Company between 1905 and 1924.
The Deerwood Apartment project included the renovation of six subsidized housing apartment buildings which consisted of 72 one, two and three bedroom apartments.
This project consisted of the new construction of 48 units of multi- family housing in Petersburg, Virginia.
Gish Flats (Court Street Lofts)
This project consisted of the new construction of a five story apartment building comprised of 44 market rate units and a roof top deck.
This adaptive re-use project consisted of the conversion of the historic Hoots Roller Mill into 5 commercial spaces.
Christy’s-Longleaf (The DAP House)
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).
5th & Contanche Revitilization
Referred to as The Super Block, several properties on the Northeastern corner of the intersection of E. 5th St. and Cotanche St. in Uptown Greenville, NC were transformed into an attractive space for retail and office space.
Historic Gaston County Courthouse
This project consisted of the renovation of the Historic Gaston County Courthouse. The project included new electrical, HVAC, plumbing, site work, interior and exterior finishes.
Jefferson Brookville Apartments
This project consisted of the rehabilitation of the former Mesic Hardware store, the old George Washington School, along with two new buildings in downtown Newport News, VA.
Located in the Danville, VA Tobacco Warehouse District, the Continental Lofts project included the adaptive re-use of a historic tobacco warehouse into 40 market rate apartments, one commercial space and a 1st floor parking garage.
This project consisted of the historic rehab of Concord’s first downtown luxury loft apartment building.
Located in downtown Kinston, this building is the earliest brick tobacco building that remains in the area.
Hackney Hall at Barton College
Hackney Hall, a 1960s-era four-story residence hall, has been redesigned from the ground up to welcome a new generation of students to Barton College.
Southerland Village Apartments
This project consisted of the construction of three new buildings, including 48 units of affordable housing.
Glenwood School Apartments
This project consisted of the conversion of a historic school in Charleston, WV, into 27 elderly, affordable housing apartments.
Cherokee Mill Lofts
This project consisted of the conversion of this mill into 60 one, two and three bedroom loft apartments.
Pemberton Lofts – Phase II
Located in the Danville, VA Tobacco Warehouse District, the Pemberton Lofts – Phase II project included the adaptive re-use of a historic tobacco building into 50 market rate apartments.
YWCA Shelter and Headquarters
Built in 1966, this commercial building has been renovated and converted into the Greensboro YWCA Headquarters.
Nash Street Lofts
Originally built in 1854 for the Hackney Wagon Company, Nash Street Lofts offers residents a unique living experience in the heart of downtown Wilson, N.C.
Wilson Furniture Co. Lofts
The Wilson Furniture Company Lofts’ building had been vacant for decades and deteriorating before redevelopment efforts started.
New Brick Historic Lofts
New Brick Historic Lofts afford premier residential living in the heart of Downtown South Boston, VA.
River Market Lofts
The River Market Lofts afford premier residential spaces in the heart of Downtown Hawkinsville, GA located at 95 S Houston Street.
Highland Memorial Apartments
This project consisited of the conversion of an abandoned, historic hospital into 75 units of senior affordable housing in Gastonia, NC.
Pemberton Lofts – Phase I
Located in the Danville, VA Tobacco Warehouse District, the Pemberton Lofts – Phase I project included the adaptive re-use of a historic tobacco prizery into 62 market rate apartments, two commercial spaces, a gym and a community room.
A historic and deteriorating building of teacher housing in downtown Gastonia has been converted into 18 apartments. Historic credits and NSP funding helped to make this project possible.
Originally opened in 1930, this 400 person movie house, has undergone a complete renovation and expansion.
Summerville Garden Apartments
Five new buildings including 72 units of affordable housing and a clubhouse were built, along with all related site work.
Ferrell Historic Lofts
This historic building was a centerpiece for Main St. and has been vacant for over 20 years. The building was converted into 13 luxury apartments with a mix of 1 and 2 bedroom flats and 5 townhouses.
Asheboro Mill Lofts
2 large historic buildings in Downtown Asheboro, NC; utilizing historic and LITHC credits.
Mebane Mill Lofts
The old Dixie Yarn Cotton mill is being conveted into 75 units of affordable housing utilyzing historic credits and LITHC credits.
Klot’s Mill Apartments
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
Noland Green Apartments
An old historic building that housed Noland Plumbing Distributors was adapted into 60 affordable housing units using historic tax credits and LITHC credits
Garfield Park Apartments
A historic door and window factory in Milwaukee was converted into 69 affordable housing units.
Martinsville Novelty Apartments
An old mill comprised of 4 existing historic buildings was converted to 60 affordable housing units.
The Lofts at Worsham School
A historic school in Prince Edwards County is being saved from ruin and converted into 20 upscale apartments.
Hartsville Garden Apartments
72 units of affordable housing with a separate clubhouse and all related site work
Henderson Hope 6, Mainstreet
4 downtown historic buildings are having their upstairs converted into 12 market rate units and getting new exterior historic restorations.
Westmoreland & Schoolfield Apartments
65 units of elderly affordable housing in four different buildings on three different sites that were about three miles apart
Rowan Point Apartments
This new construction project consists of 65 apartment units housed in three main buildings.
49 units of affordable housing plus a clubhouse were built utilizing a “Big House” design, where every unit has a private entrance and the buildings look like big houses.
Hunter Bay Apartments
Part of the old Lockmore Mill burned prior to start up of an adaptive reuse project.
Kemper St. Lofts
An old historic 4-story industrial building was converted into 41 units of affordable housing. All historic fabric was preserved.
Historic Lofts at Waco High
The old Waco high school was converted into 104 units of affordable houding, including 2 elevators. Financing included LITC and Historic credits.
A downtown building(formally McLellan’s) is converted into 7 market rate apartments, 2 commercial spaces , and a public walkway connecting main street with a public parking lot at the rear of the building.
Henderson Professional Bldg.
An office building in downtown Henderson sat deteriorating. All structural damage was repaired and the building was restored to it’s origoinal beauty for offices.
Rankin Farms Apartments
45 units of affordable housing were built in new buildings along with a 1920’s historic house that was adapted into a clubhouse, office, and community space.
Hanover Ridge Apartments
73 units of affordable housing and a clubhouse were built in 6 different buildings.
Royce Hill Apartments
73 units of affordable housing were built on 2 separate sites approximately 2 miles apart.
61 units of affordable housing were built in 2 buildings designed to look like townhouses on a prominent entrance road to downtown Florence, SC
Ridgecrest Town Apartments
This project included 72 units of townhouse sytle new construction complete with all sitework and amenities.
Mayworth School Apartments
This K-12 school was originally built in 1923 with additions added in 1931 and the early 60’s.
This project consisted of the complete renovation, including extensive sitework, of 117 units of mixed-family and elderly housing.
1st Assembly of God
Entrance to Church was renovated on two levels to include adding an internet café and a library.
This project consisted of the complete renovation of 103 units of elderly housing including sitework, while maintaining approximately 75% occupancy.
Moore Grocery Lofts
This project consists of 88 units of housing in four buildings.
Central School Apartments
An old historic school was adapted to house 33 units of housing while preserving all historic fabric of the building
36 units of housing in 3 historic downtown buildings
This project consisted of the conversion and historic rehab of a 1920’s factory into 47 units of housing.
Lynn Street Lofts
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.
Johnson Lakes Apartments
This project consisted of 160 units of new construction, elderly housing complete with all sitework and amenities.
George Washington School
This project consisted of a historic rehab and conversion of a 1920’s school into 37 units of elderly housing.
City Market Lofts
This project consisted of two large tobacco prizerys, dating back to1900, and a grocery building, dating back to the 1920’s, that were rehabbed and converted into 67 luxury market rate apartments and commercial space.
This project consisted of 32 units of new construction housing complete with a clubhouse and site amenities.
This project consisted of the conversion of four historic buildings and one old house in the central downtown business district into 28 units of housing.
This project consisted of an old ten story run down hotel that was converted into 38 elderly affordable apartments along with commercial and community space.
Completed at a face pace, six months start to finish, this project consisted of 41 units of new construction housing complete with all sitework.
This project consisted of 50 units of new construction, elderly housing constructed in a new three story building in downtown Sumter, SC.
East Broad Crossing
This project consisted of the construction of 50 units of affordable housing along with all required sitework.
Piedmont Leaf Lofts – Phase II
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 involved the conversion of five 1890’s, deteriorated, downtown Main Street buildings into 24 apartments and 6,000 SF of commercial space.
East Harper St
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.
Spaulding Woods Phase II
34 units of affordable housing units were constructed along with a clubhouse and all site amenities
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.
Lassiter Square Apartments
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 1913 and used as a textile printing mill until 1977, this historic mill has been transformed into a community hub with over 200 units, parking, retail space, club room, pool, theater, fitness center, & more.
Originally built in the early 1900’s, this 135,000 SF mill was converted into 117 elderly apartments.
Florence, SC 2004
These craftsman style quadplexes were built in the beautiful sandflats of South Carolina’s coastal region. They were arranged so that each of the 72 units has a private entrance and access to parking. The project also included the construction of both a clubhouse and an office.
Downtown Senior Center and Housing
This project involved raising the roof of an existing downtown historical building, allowing for the addition of a third floor.
Randleman School 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.
Piedmont Leaf Lofts – Phase I
Phase I involved the conversion of an old tobacco warehouse into 14 high-end loft apartments and office space in downtown Winston-Salem.
This project involved the rehabilitation of a city block in the heart of downtown Mullins.
This project consisted of the renovation of 32 run down and deterioriating apartments.
This project consisted of the rehabilitation of one and a half city blocks in the heart of downtown Bennettsville.
Building on successful rehabilitation projects elsewhere in the downtown, this project involved the rehabilitation of a building and the creation of residential and commercial space.
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.
Spaulding Woods Phase I
This project consisted of the construction of three new two and three story buildings with fabulous mountain views.
Richardson Hospital Apartments
This project involved the conversion and rehabilitation of a historic hospital into 32 apartments for elder residents.
West End Plaza
The project is now a successful 82 unit project utilizing defensable space principles. Extensive sitework was a part of this $2,900,000 project.
Central High Lofts
The old high school, dating from 1862, long empty, had found its way onto the National Register of Historic Places.
The Falls Apartments
The Great Falls Apartments received the 2002 CAHEC (Community Affordable Housing Equity Corp.) Award for Best “Mixed-Use” Project.
This project involved the rehabilitation of an old high school during a period of heightened activity after devastating floods caused by Hurricane Floyd.
St. Leo’s Place Apartments
This project involved the construction of 44 apartments and clubhouse in a complex built at the edge of a city historic district.
The McAliley Apartments
This project involved the rehabilitation of an old hotel, which now has 22 apartments and commercial space. The budget was more than $1.2 million.
Situated in the heart of historic York, S.C., the Rose Hotel wasn’t long for the wrecking ball when Rehab Builders, Inc. began extensive renovation.
This project involved the rehabilitation of an old hotel and department store in the very heart of downtown.
This project involved the rehabilitation of an architecturally significant structure and new construction to create 14 apartments and common space.
Davie Street Apartments
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.
This project involved the rehabilitation of three downtown buildings to create nine apartments and commercial space.
Summit Avenue Apartments
Greensboro, NC 1998