91 units, retail, structured parking
Consulting Design Architect Steve Cox
Architect-of-Record Weber Thompson. Completed Spring 2014
The first building permitted under new zoning dealing with the preservation of historic structures, this 91-unit apartment project contains 5 stories of new residences above an existing 1916 retail structure. The building utilizes an open-air atrium for natural ventilation, daylighting, circulation and character. An innovative reverse-cycle chiller system provides domestic hot water and, coupled with the lack of corridors or indoor heated space, makes this among the most energy-efficient residential buildings in the country. The project recently achieved LEED Platinum designation.