Albert Pike Hotel

Albert Pike Hotel was constructed in 1929 for $1,000,000. Designed by architects Eugene Stern and George Mann (Mann designed the Arkansas State Capitol Building) in the Spanish Revival style, the hotel contained 175 guest rooms

St. Margaret’s Hospital

National Register nomination for the Moderne hospital documents national changes to hospital design paralleling medical advances made during World War II.

Plaza House

National Register nomination for 1955 Modern Movement apartment building. Rehabilitation of apartment units is pending.

Pendergast Building

Consultation on the proposed rehabilitation of the 1911 liquor warehouse and office building in Kansas City's Crossroads Freight District.

Milo Apartments

National Register nomination and $500,000 rehabilitation of a 1955 low-rise apartment building.

Lowe and Campbell Sporting Goods Company Building

National Register nomination and $20 million rehabilitation of the 1925 sporting goods factory for conversion to offices. Historic Kansas City Preservation Award for Excellence, Contemporary Design in a Historic Context, 2013.

Louis Curtiss Studio

$900,000 rehabilitation of the 1908 studio of famed Kansas City architect Louis Curtiss. Adaptive reuse for offices and a night club.