Hotel Tioga Window Assessment

Rosin Preservation conducted a window survey to support the historic tax credit rehabilitation of Hotel Tioga in Merced, California. The 90-year old hotel retained a mix of original and non-historic steel and wood windows. Rosin

Virginia Hotel

Adaptive re-use of the former Virginia Hotel for its new use as the Quality Hill academy charter school.

Mills Building

Rehabilitation of the 1912 Classical Revival office building, a contributing resource in the South Kansas Avenue Historic District.

Interstate Bakeries
Interstate Flats

The Interstate Flats in Midtown Kansas City is an exceptional adaptive reuse of the historic headquarters of the Interstate Bakeries Corporation, makers of internationally recognized brands such as Hostess and Wonder Bread. The two-story brick

Corrigan Building

The Corrigan Building at 19th and Walnut maintains a bold presence in Kansas City’s trendy Crossroads neighborhood. With ten stories in height, it towers above its neighbors, most of which range from one to three

Assumption School

Assumption School was designed in 1954 by renowned public school architects Williamson, Loebsac, & Associates. It illustrates a Modern Era elementary school form applied to a Catholic school building in downtown Topeka, KS. This building

100-118 W Armour Blvd

Renovation of four 1902-1903 Italianate apartment buildings designed by architect John W. McKecknie. These buildings make up the north side of the 100 West Armour block in Kansas City's midtown area.

Meriden Creamery Company Building

Rehabilitation of 1912 creamery in Kansas City's Crossroads Historic Freight District for adaptive reuse as restaurant, offices, and residences.

Baxter Building

Rosin Preservation prepared a National Register nomination and historic tax credit applications for the nine-story Baxter Building that is both a physical and historic landmark in Harlingen. Heralded as the tallest building in the Rio