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.

Highland Avenue Houses

$3.3 million rehabilitation of six single-family houses and the Rochester Hotel in the 18th and Vine Historic District, the heart of Kansas City's historic African American community. Preserve Missouri Award, 2014; Historic Kansas City Preservation

Empire State Building

History The Empire State Building has been an architectural icon since it opened in 1931 as the world’s tallest building. It boasted more than 2 million square feet of speculative office space that could be combined

Cherokee Terrace
Cherokee Terrace Apartments

National Register nomination and rehabilitation of a public housing project. Cherokee Terrace was constructed as a low-rise, multi-family residential development by the Housing Division of the Public Works Administration (PWA) to provide affordable housing for those

Charless Home

$13.8 million-dollar rehabilitation of a former retirement center constructed between 1850 and 1995 to affordable apartments.