Streetcar-Era Commercial Development

Omaha’s commercial development and transportation infrastructure are closely tied. When the streetcar system was introduced in 1868, it revolutionized travel within the city limits and beyond. Over the system’s eighty-seven-year history, technological advancements, fierce competition,

Historic Power Station

This former Harvey power plant is being converted into a mental health "oasis" to serve this rural region of North Dakota. Once renovated, the building will serve as a physical symbol and metaphor for the

Community Christian Church

Rosin Preservation completed the National Register nomination for the Community Christian Church, which is Frank Lloyd Wright's only public building in Kansas City and one of his only 8 ecclesiastical built works. The Church opened

Tulsa Club
Tulsa Club Hotel

The Art Deco Tulsa Club was constructed in 1927. It was designed by innovative architect Bruce Goff, early in his career during his tenure with Rush Endicott Rush, to house the Tulsa Chamber of Commerce

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