An adaptive reuse and historic renovation of a seed warehouse and store, built around 1898 in the tobacco warehouse district of downtown Danville, Virginia. The 37,000 SF space is zoned for mixed-use residential and commercial. The building contains 20 residential units and 3 commercial spaces for offices, retail, and restaurant potential.
Adaptive Reuse, Historic Rehabilitation, Hospitality/Retail, Multi-Family Residential, Restaurant / BreweryChristian Cedo
Located on the southeast corner of Jefferson and Broad Streets, yeilding three sides of windows, Popkin Furniture made for an ideal adaptive reuse project. Cornerstone Architects developed a boutique bar and grill themed restaurant. The upper floors, once furniture showrooms and storage, were converted to apartments. As a Historic Preservation project, we received a great deal [...]