We were part of an ownership group and we provided everything for the group including investing, developing and construction. This was an adaptive reuse, tax credit renovation that completely restored all aspects of the building inside and out resulting in vibrant space for workers and socializers alike.
The building was a dilapidated gas station when Bon Secours purchased it in 2014. We completed an adaptive reuse of 3,000 square feet and added an additional 1,900 square feet to the rear, creating a community commercial kitchen, conference room and coffee shop. We even repurposed the gas station canopy to provide outdoor seating and shade.
We converted warehouse space to commercial offices using historic tax credits. Most notably, we preserved the façade, garage doors, and floor slabs throughout. In a joint venture with KB Building Services and Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer, we acted as the general contractor and provided the superintendent on the job.