Lee's Summit Post Office Exterior

Lee’s Summit Post Office
Bridge Space

The rehabilitation of the Lee’s Summit Post Office into Bridge Space, a coworking space, is a great example of a creative adaptive re-use of a common building type that exists in most communities. The post

Charless Place Exterior

Home of the Friendless
Charless Place

The former Home of the Friendless, now called Charless Place, utilized historic tax credits to rehabilitate a senior housing complex comprised of eleven separate sections and additions constructed between c. 1850 and 1995. The developer

21C Hotel Exterior

Savoy Hotel
21c Museum Hotel

The Savoy Hotel has the distinction of being the oldest surviving hotel in Kansas. Built in phases from c. 1888 to 1916, it has served the traveling public almost continuously for over 130 years. By

The Interstate Building
Holiday Inn Express

The Interstate Building was completed in 1915. The six-story concrete and brick office building communicates the Chicago style with Sullivanesque ornamentation. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2008, allowing

Pendergast and Pabst Buildings
Crossroads Hotel

The Crossroads Hotel adapted two vacant, historic commercial buildings in the heart of Kansas City’s art district to create a boutique hotel showcasing the buildings’ industrial character. Both buildings are in the Crossroads Historic Freight

Blenheim School
Blenheim School Apartments

The project utilized state and federal historic tax credits, along with Low Income Housing Tax Credits to transform the vacant school into affordable senior housing. The adaptive re-use retained the primary spaces such as corridors

Outside view of Ogee Lofts

Ogee Lofts

The Ogee Lofts project utilized federal and state historic tax credits to transform the former furniture store into the Ogee Lofts with twenty-five living spaces. Designers worked with the existing structural columns and designed floorplans

Ottawa Post Office
Historic Post Office Event Space

This rehabilitation project turned the long-vacant post office into a private event space and extended the viability of a historic resource while maintaining its character-defining features. The stately limestone exterior was in relatively good condition,