Live-work buildings have been around for centuries. We explore the rich history and advantages of these building types.
Facade restoration paired with structural and systems upgrades can help transform outdated storefronts into more visually appealing spaces.
Our urban bungalow renovation increases living space with a master suite and family room addition, and a new, and opens up cramped rooms into inviting social spaces.
Chicago’s Neighborhood Opportunity Fund helps support the design and renovation of a dog training and boarding facility on the West Side.
We transformed a bow truss warehouse into a glass roof illuminated food and beverage industry co-working space and test laboratory in the West Loop.
The Shou Sugi Ban Charred Timber House is our latest renovation and preservation of an 1880s era building in River West. We’re preserving and adding new life to a building that could have been torn down.
Our latest loft renovation combines two separate condo spaces to expand living space and creates a luxurious master bedroom suite.
Our warehouse renovation in Chicago’s West Loop is underway. We’re restoring a historical 1900’s bow truss building, making way for CoLabatory, a unique food lab and event space.
Demolition is complete and construction is underway at our Logan Square/Bucktown mixed use project. We are rehabbing the iconic Margie’s Candies building on Milwaukee – Western – Armitage Avenues
With coworking concepts continuing to evolve, converting vacant spaces and updating dead zones within properties can revitalize and appeal to a more mobile consumer.