Perfection Stove

National Register nomination and rehabilitation for a 1919 office and distribution warehouse in Kansas City's West Bottoms. Conversion to apartments pending.

Kemper Arena

National Register nomination for the 1974 enclosed multipurpose entertainment arena. Kemper Arena is an exceptional local example of the property type that evolved in the mid-twentieth century to include functional elements of a traditional auditorium,

Grand Avenue Garage

National Register nomination and Rehabilitation of an early (1921) downtown parking garage. Adapative reuse will convert the building into apartments and retail/commercial space.

Fox Hotel

National Register nomination and rehabilitation of a 1923 hotel in downtown Skiatook.

First National Bank

National Register nomination and rehabiltation of the first bank in Skiatook, a 1911 two-part commercial block building.

Bancroft School Apartments

A dynamic partnership including local developers, housing agencies, and the Make It Right Foundation rehabilitated the long-vacant Bancroft Elementary School, constructed between 1909-1922, in Kansas City’s Manheim Park neighborhood. This adaptive reuse project aimed to

Westwood Hills Historic District

National Register Nomination that includes 255 most residential resources constructed between 1917-1963 comprising the entire city of Westwood Hills.