Hong Kong’s pre-certified LEED Platinum building; 36,000-sf academic building at Middlesex County College; UC San Diego parking structure.

October 13, 2012

Largest stone mill in Maryland repurposed into mixed-use complex

Formerly one of the largest cotton duck producers in the world, the historic 86,000-sf Union Mill in Baltimore was restored into a mixed-use complex development for the surrounding community. Baltimore-based Seawall Development Co. repurposed the former industrial space to support local nonprofit organizations and provide housing for public school teachers new to the city. The complex features one- and two-bedroom apartments, 30,000 sf of office space, and a 1,500-sf café restaurant. Other firms on the Building Team: local firm Marks, Thomas Architects; Fairfax, Va.-based Sustainable Building Partners (energy engineer); and Columbia, Md.-based Allen & Shariff Engineering (mechanical engineer). +

         
 

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