Fallsway Spring

11,000 sq. ft                                        $1,200,000

Approved for a federal tax credit


The team includes Union Box Company, Groove Commerce, and Urban Design Group

The project was awarded the Baltimore Heritage Award in 2015

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Zero Fox

10,000 sq. ft                                        $2,000,000

Space provides new corporate headquarters for the ZeroFox tech company


Allowed for the design to maintain the historic Pabst Brewing building


The team includes Merritt Construction, ZeroFox, and Urban Design Group


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Central Savings

35,000 sq. ft

Rehabilitation of distressed historic buildings at the corner of Charles and Lexington Street


Mixed use 25 apartments and retail space


Completed the BMZA process and met all Baltimore green building standards


The team includes Poverni Sheikh Group, Transwestern, and Urban Design Group


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Helicopter Factory

29,500 sq. ft                                        $6,500,000

Industrial-inspired townhouse residences built within and adjacent to an early 20th-century factory owned by the eminent inventor Emile Berliner.


The Team includes Brick Lane, Eichberg Construction

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Pontiac Mills

320,000 sq. ft             $4,000,000

The program calls for a 4 phase development of 23 buildings into office, retail, and residential space


The team includes Union Box Company and Urban Design Group

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6 West Street

6,500 sq. ft

Developed a building that was previously damaged in a fire into 5 renovated units

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32,000 sq. ft                                        $4,400,000

Achieved tax credits from Maryland Historic Preservation and the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the National Trust for Historic Preservation


Rehabilitation of a 1920’s industrial warehouse in Highlandtown and converting to a technological hub, providing space for office suites warehouse, and production/testing.


The team includes: Bank Street Partners, Smartbox Construction, Urban Scene

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Howard Row 

65,625 sq. ft                                        $1,250,500

The Howard Row design team worked closely with the project developer, Poverni Sheikh Group,  as well as the Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation of Baltimore.


The five buildings were converted into mixed-use & multi-family housing while preserving the essence of the 1870’s street’s historic elements. Some of those elements were the design of the original storefronts on the ground floor and the windows on the second and third floors. These original storefronts and windows from the 1870’s were repaired or replaced, with approved and similar wood clad models, within the original brick openings.


The team also created unique partnerships and worked closely with the adjacent communities to make this a successful project in the Market Center National Register District. 


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Heath Street Lofts

85,000 sq. ft                                      $10,000,000

The  original four-story brick industrial building was constructed in 1911 and in 1927 a poured concrete wing was added to the east.  The interior consists of open plan spaces with exposed structural systems.  The 1911 brick building has exposed timber posts and beams and the 1927 building has concrete mushroom columns. It was important to the design team to keep these elements intact in the laying out of the residential units. The site had to be rezoned from M-2 to R-10 because the building extends through an industrial zone and residential neighborhood. The residential conversion is important both for revitalizing the declining industrial zone and for maintaining the health of the rowhouse neighborhood. 

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