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Historic Preservation

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  Jefferson Street

Restoration of historic building facades and new windows and doors on buildings at 312-316 Jefferson St in downtown Roanoke.

Architect- Mark McConell

  Shenandoah

Storefront restorations on front of historic Shenandoah Building in downtown Roanoke

Architect- Matt Prescott

  Sinex

Rehabilitation of two story historic building in downtown Roanoke into residential loft (second floor only).

Design:  Mark McConnell + Associates

  Veloso

Custom office for optometrist in rehabilitated storefront space of Downtown Roanoke’s historic Shenandoah Building.

Design:  Antonio Veloso

  Woody

Rehabilitation of four, turn of the century buildings on the corner of Market St. and Church Ave. into a multiple use property, including a coffee house and restaurant on the first floor, professional offices on the second floor, and a luxury apartment on the third floor.

Design:  Peter Clapsaddl

  Trinkle

Rehabilitation of deco-period WDBJ radio station into luxury residential loft apartments, including retail space on the first floor.

Design: Mark Gillian

Offices

  RevCar Fasteners

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Design: Matt Prescott

  White Glove

New, custom offices in rehabilitated historic Market Station Building, with period details, including exposed brick walls

Design: Peter Clapsaddle

  BB&T

Extensive renovations to offices, including spacious new entry and lobby.

Design: Hughes Architects

  Veloso

Custom office for optometrist in rehabilitated storefront space of Downtown Roanoke’s historic Shenandoah Building.

Design:  Antonio Veloso

Restaurants

  Daily Grind

Daily Grind: Upscale Coffee House with expansive glass work and period details in rehabilitated turn of the century building.

 

Great 611 Steakhouse: Large upscale restaurant space in Downtown Roanoke’s historic Market Station building, featuring extensive oak trim and moldings. Interior design based on an old railroad dining car.

Architect: Jeff Wood,

Rife and Wood Architects P.C.