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600 E Washington St - Greenville SC

600 E Washington Street

This redevelopment responds to the Sasaki Downtown Greenville Master Plan, changing the existing suburban block pattern to a pedestrian- oriented design. This sets the stage for a mix of office, café and residential uses and conceals a partially subterranean parking structure.

Markley Place - Greenville SC

Markley Place

References to Greenville’s industrial heritage combine with modern design aesthetic and intentional passive solar design strategies to create a mixed-use building that combines loft residences and commercial space.

Towne Landing - Keowee Falls, SC

Towne Landing

The sense of a reinterpreted lakeside cottage – one that would feel as if an early twentieth century lodge had been renovated with a modern aesthetic.

Hawks Bay - Keowee Springs, SC

Hawks Bay

The California Bungalow Arts & Crafts movement inspired the material sensibility and planning of this home in Keowee Springs, SC.

The Pier - Jersey City, NJ

The Pier

A 7-floor structure of 300 residential units extending 400 feet into the New York harbor, featuring expansive views of Manhattan and multiple amenities.

Hudson Pointe - Jersey City, NJ

Hudson Pointe

Hudson Pointe Jersey City, NJ A 200-unit, 7-level residential complex on the Hudson River waterfront, located in a revitalized section of town with cobblestone streets and a trolley.

Cotton Mill Place - Simpsonville SC

Cotton Mill Place

This adaptive reuse of an historic early 20th century textile mill transformed the structure for residential loft condominiums, live/work spaces, and an events venue.

Manhattan Bridge View Loft

Manhattan Bridge View Loft

A corner unit with views over the East River and to midtown Manhattan. The large interior renovation removes walls for improved circulation and connection between private zones and open areas.

Brooklyn Bridge View Lofts

Brooklyn Bridge View Lofts

A 150-year-old former warehouse with 12’ concrete ceilings and large expansive windows brings light and views into the interior from the Brooklyn Bridge.

Wycoff Street Townhouse

Wycoff Street Townhouse

An adaptive reuse of a 100+year-old warehouse creates a new interior atrium, inviting natural light deep into the long interior.

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