The University of Louisville unveiled its newest teaching space in town — a revitalized warehouse in the Portland neighborhood that is the school’s first location west of Ninth Street. The 60,000-square-foot, two-story warehouse was built in the 1880s and has been used as a steamer trunk factory and floor-covering distribution business. About 43,200 square feet […]
The transformation of a warehouse in Portland into an academic space filled with art studios and archaeology labs is almost complete, marking a major expansion of the University of Louisville’s presence in west Louisville that could spark new partnerships. After well over a year of renovations, the sprawling brick building at 1606 Rowan St. will soon be […]
Originally built in 1942, Marianne Theater was a beautiful Art Deco, single-screen movie theater in its prime. Today, it sits abandoned, but not for long. The Marianne Theater is planned to become Bellevue’s newest event and live music venue. Our designs for the space include a newly renovated horseshoe bar and ceiling-mounted projector that will […]
The Urban Government Center is going to be the heart of Paristown Pointe, enriching the lives of all community members. Development with this type of impact requires a great team and we’re honored to partner with Marian Group, CARMAN, EOP Architects, Dinsmore & Shohl and the city of Louisville. To read the full Insider Louisville […]
Click here to take a look inside The George at 42, one of our projects with Underhill Associates.
The Video Archive, a Quentin Tarantino-themed speakeasy located in Cincinnati is becoming one of Cincy’s most-talked about spots, even CNN is fan! Click here to read CNN’s article.
Northern Kentucky is getting excited about The 8th Street Townhouses project! Click here to see why.
Click here to read Insider Louisville’s article about the extensive renovations the Historic Jefferson Street building is undergoing.
Click here to read Broken Sidewalk’s article about our 1619 Flux: Art + Activism project.
Click here to read Broken Sidewalk’s article about our headquarters in the Portland neighborhood in Louisville, KY.