Posts Tagged ‘Historic’

Baltimore Veterinary Clinic

You’ll Never Walk Alone is a 3,100+SF veterinary clinic now located in Baltimore’s ‘The Can Company’- an industrial-plant-turned-shopping-center built in the early 1900’s. When Studio 343 made our first site visit, we loved the historic brick walls and wood & steel columns. Along with the client we knew we wanted to showcase these as…

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Francis Street Office

Renovating Historic buildings in a Historic district often comes with its unique challenges, and this office on Francis Street in Annapolis was no exception. Though the previous & proposed uses of the space were the same, the addition of a conference room upstairs in this roughly 3,000 SF office triggered a series of stricter…

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South Street Centre Historic Approval

The City of Frederick Historic Preservation Commission recently approved the development of approximately 3.5 acres on West South Street in downtown Frederick for a state-of-the art 152-home intergenerational apartment community.  The development includes the renovation of two historic buildings and the addition of three new construction buildings.  Typically all projects bring learning opportunities to the…

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ezStorage Alexandria

The Siena Corporation found the location for one of their most recently completed ezStorage facilities in the City of Alexandria, on Wheeler Avenue. An interesting part about this particular site was the existing historic building on site- a four story brick mill that was constructed around 1812 and functioned as a mill into the 20th…

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ezStorage Alexandria

The Siena Corporation went looking for a location for a new ezStorage facility in the City of Alexandria and found it next to the police station on Wheeler Avenue. The site was formerly used by a contractor for their offices and storage of equipment. The most interesting part about this site is that the…

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The Alley at the Naval Academy Club

When the Naval Academy Business Services Division – Dahlgren Facilities selected RPH to assist with renovations to the lower level of the Naval Academy Club, we knew we had tough shoes to fill.  The Alley which is located in the lower level of the Naval Academy Club once served as a bowling alley.  It…

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The Horse You Came In On Saloon

Since 1775, a saloon has occupied the first floor of a row house in Baltimore’s Fell’s Point neighborhood.  In 2013, when The Horse You Came In On Saloon had the opportunity to expand into a neighboring historic building, RPH Architecture was hired to bring the project into the 21st century.  In addition to more…

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Developer’s Office in Progress

Developer Offices

This project is in a building that was originally built as a movie theater in 1941 when there was a marquee that extended out to the street. The theater closed in the mid-1970s. It was converted to medical office space in 1981 and a second floor was added inside the building — and the marquee…

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