Hahne’s Rehabilitation

The former Hahne and Co flagship department store building was restored and redeveloped into a vibrant mixed-use, mixed-income development in the heart of downtown Newark, New Jersey. The timing of this restoration coordinated well with the rise of Prudential Insurance’s new 20-story office building and the City’s restoration of Military Park, both located across the […]

Olympic Mills Commerce Center

Venues & Event Spaces – Office space – Creative office space inside a historic factory in Portland’s Central Eastside: Beam Development completed the renovation of the historic B&O Warehouse in 2007, transforming this full city-block grain repository into a dynamic hive of creative office and ground floor retail spaces. The large concrete structural bays are […]

Union Crossing

Union Crossing is a transformative multi-phase project, initiated in 2007 by the sponsor to redevelop a complex of 19th-century textile mills along the Merrimack River into a thriving mixed-use neighborhood. Throughout the nation, developers are embracing greener building methods to promote improved health, lower operating costs and greater resident retention. With BlueHub Capital’s help, affordable […]

Bedford-Union Courts Armory

The Bedford Union Armory involves the redevelopment of the historic Bedford-Union Armory located in the Crown Heights community in Brooklyn. The Project provided 25,000 square feet in community space including a federally qualified healthcare center, affordable office space for non-profit organizations, and flexible new space to host community events. The new recreation space offer affordable […]

Court Square Center

Court Square Center involved the renovation of two historically-significant buildings and the construction of the green, LEED gold certified “Court Annex 2” building to create an urban center that offers 74 live/work units, 40,500 sq. ft. of commercial space and 44 on-site parking spaces. The project has served to reduce blight, spur local investment and […]

West Philadelphia Institute

This project involved the historic renovation of a 3-story, square foot commercial office building. In February 2017, U3 Ventures acquired the dilapidated yet historically significant office building at 40th and Ludlow Streets in West Philadelphia, originally designed by Frank Furness. In 1876,the building was originally named “The West Philadelphia Institute,” because its purpose was to […]

Crossroads Uptown

Located near the University of Cincinnati campus, Crossroads Uptown serves the college community and Uptown neighborhoods north of downtown Cincinnati. Built in 1873, the building was once home to St. George Catholic Church. The church closed, and in 2008 the beloved steeples burned in an electrical fire. With a mission to breathe new life into […]

Ellicott Commons/Oak Street School

MIXED USE OFFICE RETAIL RESIDENTIAL project. Ellicott Commons and Oak Street School are located on nearby sites in downtown Buffalo, New York. Ellicott Commons is composed of several adjacent structures in a Main Street setting. One of the structures was preexisting and the others were new construction with historic design elements to blend in with […]

Artspace City Center

Salt Lake City has a budding creative sector economy, but it has been increasingly difficult for artists to find affordable studio and residential space. Area nonprofit, Artspace, has begun to tackle this issue by creating affordable artist live/work spaces. Artspace City Center has had a dual impact on the City. First, it supports the creative […]

Myrtle Banks Building

The brick schoolhouse was constructed in 1910 and was slated for demolition after a fire damaged it in 2008. The Louisiana Landmarks Society added the building to its list of New Orleans’ nine most endangered historical sites in 2009. With the help of federal and state HTCs, Alembic Community Development restored the structure and transformed […]

Des Moines Social Club

The Des Moines Social Club is an innovative arts and entertainment venue located in a renovated, historic art deco Firehouse in downtown Des Moines. The non-profit provides a home for local artists, offers unique programming spanning all arts disciplines, and brings people of every age and background together under one roof — all for the […]

Rehab of the Fuller Paint Building

Rehab of the Fuller Paint Building into a new headquarters for Big-D Construction Corp: The minute you set foot in Big-D’s new corporate headquarters, you’ll realize that the glass truly is greener on the other side. But the stairway isn’t the only thing that is green in this office. With more natural light and better […]

Center in the Square/Market Square

Since its inception in 1983, Center in the Square has been the major catalyst for development and renewal in downtown Roanoke, VA. Once a feed and seed warehouse, the restored 7-story cultural and educational facility now houses four museums and a theater: the Harrison Museum of African American Culture, History Museum of Western Roanoke, Roanoke […]

The Mill Redevelopment

The Mill Redevelopment, located in rural Starkville, Mississippi (population 23,888), is the adaptive reuse of a historic, 111-year old shuttered cotton mill and new construction on a site that has been virtually inactive since 1962. The mixed-use redevelopment has strong support from Mississippi State University and will include a conference center and offices, and the […]

Hub City Lofts

Isis Development, LLC is rehabilitated four historic buildings into a market-rate apartment community consisting of 55 rental apartment units, 12,906 square feet of ground floor commercial space, and 43 adjacent parking spaces. The two sets of historic buildings are located approximately 220 feet apart on East Front Street, in the heart of downtown Hattiesburg. The […]

Capitol Theater

Salt Lake County received NMTC financing for the historic renovation of the downtown Capitol Theatre. The restoration of the 75,000 sq. ft. theatre included an expanded lobby and increased circulation space. The theatre will also be refitted for ADA accessibility and new elevators for easier access. In addition, the NMTC project will finance the construction […]

Rehab of Roebling Mansion

New markets tax credits were also a significant source of funding in the restoration of the Ferdinand W. Roebling mansion. The Roebling family, known for developing wire-rope cable and designing the Brooklyn Bridge, built several mansions along West State Street during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Located in Trenton’s State House historic district, […]

Kress at Third and Main

​The Kress at Third & Main Project is comprised of three buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. The buildings were constructed individually in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The Kress Building was a focal center of social exchange in the early 1960s. In March of 1960, nine African American college students […]

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 […]

Pere Marquette Depot Rehab

After sitting idle for more than three decades, the Pere Marquette R.R. Depot became the bustling center of activity that it was over a century ago. The restoration project of this registered National Historical Place was made possible through a cooperative effort of the Great Lakes Foundation and the city of Bay City. Now completed, […]