The Oliver is the redevelopment of the 1909 Herod Seed building and the Oliver Chilled Plow building into 53 apartment units in addition to the new construction of a 111-unit apartment building. The one- and two-bedroom units feature with loft- and garden-style floor plans, some with exposed brick walls and large windows.
KBS knows the complexities of transforming historic buildings into modern-day facilities — marrying the ideas of developers and architects with the requirements of state and federal tax programs.
Located in the Six Points neighborhood of Richmond’s Northside, Brookland Park Plaza Senior Apartments offers 77 apartment homes for area and RRHA seniors.
The historic renovation and adaptive reuse of Chimborazo School, a 1905 educational building, to create 50 apartments ranging from 465–1,155 square feet in the Church Hill district.
The Foundry Lofts at The Yards is part of an extensive 40-acre redevelopment plan adjacent to the new Nationals’ Ball Park in southeastern D.C.
The Boilermaker Shops (Building 167) at The Yards is part of an extensive 40-acre redevelopment plan adjacent to the new Nationals’ Ball Park in southeastern D.C.
This project consisted of the rehabilitation and adaptive re-use of the former American Tobacco Company headquarters and factory.
The three-story Carolina Building was built in 1897 and the six-story Consolidated Building was originally constructed in the 1920’s.
The construction of this project transformed a legendary hospital building into 34 luxury condominiums, along with commercial space.
Cedar Works Condominiums is the third building in the Rocketts Landing mixed use development along the James River where Richmond meets Henrico County.
The Edgeworth Building is a five-story, 166,000-square-foot adaptive reuse project which includes class A offices with retail space and a parking garage.
The adaptive reuse of this building, which was originally erected in 1902, added 153 apartment units, including three two-story penthouse units, and three retail spaces to Richmond’s Shockoe Bottom.