Perhaps the most significant and complicated adaptive re-use, historic renovation, tax-credit project in Norfolk’s history.
This previously condemned 9-story, 32,000-SF building’s settlement in the southeast corner earned it the moniker “the leaning tower of Norfolk.” Repair required removal of portions of the ground floor, new helical pile foundations, and the use of hydraulic jacks to raise the building to its original alignment.
The new retail space at the ground floor and apartments above add new life to the formerly deteriorating and uninhabitable structure.
Completed in 2018. Winner of the Engineering and News Record Mid Atlantic 2019 Design Award for Best Renovation and two HRACRE (Hampton Roads Association for Commercial Real Estate) design awards in 2019.