Hill Building Rehab

Constructed in 1910 for the Morgens Brothers cleaning and dyeing company, this large commercial building has been a landmark in Midtown for over a century. Suffering after multiple extended periods of vacancy, Saint Louis University decided to capitalize on the building’s superior location adjacent to the campus, the new Chaifetz Arena, and the burgeoning Locust […]

Severn Peanut Manufacturing

Severn Peanut Company, Inc. is a producer of peanut based consumer products. The company’s products include peanut butter and roasted in-shell peanuts, which are sold under a variety of brand names in grocery stores throughout the United States as well as in many major and minor league ballparks. The project involves the construction of a […]

Rocky Mount Event Center

In January 2012, the elected officials and senior administrative staff of the City of Rocky Mount, North Carolina set forth a bold vision to revitalize and transform Downtown Rocky Mount: A 160,000 sq. ft. multipurpose event center including 155,000 sq. ft. allocated to a mixed-use hybrid sports, health, wellness, entertainment and multipurpose community facility and […]

Student U-Pearson Center

As a result of the decision by DPS to sell The W. G. Pearson Center, Student U does not be able to continue to operate within the current arrangement as a rent-free tenant of The Center. In November, 2015, Student U created a Space Committee comprised of staff and Board members. This committee was tasked […]

KIPP Durham

The $13.8 million redevelopment of Durham’s Historic Holloway Street School

Golden Belt Complex

Throughout the late 19th and early 20th century, downtown Durham, North Carolina was a thriving manufacturing center engaged in the tobacco and textile industries. However, as both industries declined in the 1960s, so too did the vitality of downtown Durham. Steady disinvestment over the years led to physical deterioration of the neighborhood, and the once […]

Carmichael Building

A former Liggett and Myers tobacco warehouse in Durham, NC, the Carmichael Building, is now home to lab, research, and office space for Duke University’s Molecular Physiology Institute. New Markets Tax Credits helped make this rehabilitation possible.