Metro on Granby is a one-of-a-kind complex. A mixed-used development project of two 5-story buildings (401 Granby Street and 416 Boush Street) were constructed in a staggered manner.
With more than 40 years experience in the multi-residential market, KBS has built thousands of housing units. Our reputation for building the highest quality multi-residential project is unmatched. We continue to attract new projects, often with prior clients or on the recommendation of architects we have worked with repeatedly in the past.
KBS also has tremendous experience and expertise with housing revitalization projects. We offer extensive experience working on other projects involving Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC) and VHDA and FHA programs.
Most of the KBS’ multi-residential projects are sustainable, affordable and energy efficient construction. EarthCraft and LEED certified buildings are built with an emphasis on durability and efficiency. Our multi-residential experts are EarthCraft and LEED certified. They have an understanding of materials and specifications and the effect those components have on human health and the environment.
Construction of a five-story, modern student apartment community totaling 455,461 square feet on a 5.8-acre site. The site elevation is 6,300 feet.
Located on the former 17-acre Cloverleaf Mall site, the project includes the new construction of 400 apartment units, including studios, one- and two-bedroom units.
This project entailed the new construction of a 160,000 square foot, 4 and 5-story, 137-unit apartment project surrounding a 5-story 259-space structural precast concrete parking deck.
The Bon Secours Evelyn D. Reinhart Guest House is a 14,000 square foot residence, offering overnight accommodations to visiting families, located on the St. Mary’s Hospital campus.
This project entailed the new construction of a 171,000 square foot, 12-story mixed-use building at Shafer and Grace Streets in Downtown Richmond.
Construction of this 6-story, 406-bed student housing project in downtown Richmond adjacent to the VCU Monroe Park campus was built under an aggressive 16-month schedule.
This project entailed the new construction of a 3-story, 78,000 square foot addition to an existing assisted living facility.
Construction involves a 2-phased expansion providing an additional 112 units within an existing apartment complex as well as new single-story garage structures and surface parking lots for expanded and enhanced resident parking throughout the complex.
This mixed-use project incorporates 204 student apartment units with approximately 8,500 square feet of shell retail space and structured parking to accommodate 173 vehicles.