The City of Orange NJ
Harvard Printing Company is a new 4-story family mid-rise providing 128 new units (70 of which are affordable), as well as the rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of an existing historic, 4-story art deco factory building into a parking facility offering 157 spaces.
Burlington City NJ
Formerly the J.F. Budd Baby Shoe Factory, West Electronics represents the successful adaptive reuse and historic preservation of a Burlington City landmark, now an attractive affordable senior community providing 36 residential apartments.
Located on a former commercial site in a distressed and historic neighborhood of downtown Camden, LEAP Academy successfully accommodates 240 students in 30,000 square feet of space, incorporating programs for Pre-K, K-3, and grades 9-12.
Fusing both new construction, as well as the adaptive reuse of an historic school building, Lawnside Senior Residence is a new residential community providing a total of 40 one-bedroom rental apartments to the local Lawnside senior population.
Home to K&A, the renovation of The Zane School Offices in downtown Collingswood stands as a great example of how the successful adaptive reuse of an aging historically-certified building can set the stage for longer-term revitalization.
A $43.3 million restoration and rehabilitation of the historic Pitkin Theater located in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn, New York. The completed project is now home to the Brownsville Ascend Charter School, serving economically disadvantaged children.
New Brunswick NJ
The second phase of the highly successful Providence Square Project, 55 Harvey Street represents the successful redevelopment of a former cigar factory, offering 53 new units of affordable senior living, along with a host of amenities.
East Orange NJ
Hope Gardens represents the renovation and adaptive reuse of an existing administration building on the campus of East Orange General Hospital. The project provides 24 supportive housing units that will serve a population living with mental illness.
Burlington Township NJ
An historically-sensitive and significant adaptive reuse of an existing elementary school, along with the design of a new, 2-story addition, offering 75 units of affordable living serving low- to moderate-income seniors and adults with mental illness.
Originally built in 1866, the conversion and adaptive reuse of this vacant 5-story factory building in the Kensington section of north Philadelphia provides 27 units of affordable housing, as well as studio facilities, for local low-income artists.