Tag: adaptive reuse

Adaptive reuse refers to the process of reusing an old site or building for a purpose other than which it was built or designed for.

The U.S. isn’t just getting older. It’s getting more segregated by age.

Back in 2010, one of Judson’s residents realized that the goal of enlivening the cultural life of the retirement community and the need to...

Perseus TDC begins construction on 200 Stovall redevelopment

Perseus TDC and its partner Four Points LLC today announce construction has begun on the conversion of 200 Stovall St. in Alexandria, Virginia. ELV...

UIP opens 100-unit renovated apartment community in former Washington, DC WAMU HQ

Urban Investment Partners (UIP) of Washington DC has unveiled Frequency Apartments, a 100-unit luxury apartment community located in a former northwest Washington, DC office...

Extensive café renovation in historic Regions Bank building in Montgomery, AL

Amidst Montgomery, Alabama's reemergence, Vintage Hospitality Group recently brought Vintage Café to the Old Cloverdale neighborhood in the former Regions Bank building. Built in 1955,...

On-site leasing center now open for The Mews at Edison Lofts, industrial to residential...

The on-site leasing center is now open at The Mews at Edison Lofts in Edison Village, Prism Capital Partners’ industrial-to-residential redevelopment of the historic...

Iconic downtown Kansas City landmark for sale at $49 Million

Institutional Property Advisors (IPA), a division of Marcus & Millichap, announced it has been awarded the exclusive listing for 909 Walnut, a 34-story Art...

Evergreen Real Estate Group celebrates groundbreaking of 2 co-located library/senior housing projects on Chicago’s...

Evergreen Real Estate Group recently celebrated the groundbreaking of two co-located housing and library projects it is developing in partnership with Mayor Rahm Emanuel,...

The year of transformation

The Rey The 478-unit The Rey, named Community of the Year and awarded the title of Best High-Rise Community, represents Wood Partners’ and The Berkshire...

Aided by tax credits, adaptive reuse pays off for developers

These adaptive reuse projects are often costlier than new construction and fraught with challenges, but the consensus among developers is that the reward is...

Why shuttered hospitals are hot property

Then she heard the rumors that the old Linda Vista Community Hospital building was haunted. “I was a little scared,” said Monroy, 60. But she...

A gem regains its luster and a city gains apartments

On a plot of land between Immanuel Presbyterian Church, now listed as a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument, and the Ambassador Hotel, home of the...

Uptown living, downtown budget

“I would say it’s the most social building I’ve ever seen,” said Daniel Ellch, a tenant. That’s by design: The developer, Property Markets Group...

Everything old is new again

“A lot of people are coming back downtown,” says Kevin Thompson, of Bell Partners, a value-added developer based in Greensboro, N.C. “That drives the...

Developers kick parking to the curb

In San Diego’s Little Italy neighborhood, architecture and development company Jonathan Segal FAIA ruffled feathers of nearby residents after it revealed plans to build...

15 Years in the pipeline

Cranes are on the horizon in San Francisco in a most unlikely place, South of Market’s (SoMa) Harrison Street. The area with a most...

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