» Ashbury Block
Revitalizing the city of Cleveland! Program-Funded by Councilman Kevin Conwell's UDAG (Urban Development and Agricultural Grant) funding, block development to include; The Ashbury Senior Community Services Center. Simply Betsy and Thoroughbred Barber Shop, and Ashbury Foods. House of God church is funded by Neighborhood Progress Inc.
» Harbor Pub
As part of the Cleveland Storefront Renovation Program, Harbor Pub is a part of the revitalization of the legendary Collinwood area. What started as a dilapidated building has uncovered many beautiful treasures like two storefront windows. The renovation has also undergone extensive masonry restoration in addition to upgrading to energy efficient doors and windows, new awning and lighting, and overall paint job.
» Piccadilly Art Gallery
The original integrity of this 1918 building has been recaptured through brick restoration, wood resurfacing, wrought iron preservation, and color matching exterior historic paint. Green building was incorporated through the reuse of reclaimed brick and wrought iron to distinguish a warm entrance way.
» Dante Ristorante
Dante Ristorante, located in the heart of Cleveland’s Tremont Area, was transformed from the original historic Third Federal Bank Building into an artistic masterpiece. Uncovering and repurposing some of the building's original elements; vault, hidden brick arches, and grand front wrought iron gates are a just a few of the design elements that have reignited this Cleveland Landmark into an architectural and design showcase.
» Ginko Sushi
Ginko Sushi is located the basement of the former old Third Federal building that was renovated into Dante’s Restaurant and is the second phase in this location’s culinary evolution from restaurateur Dante Boccuzzi. The challenge for us in this site was to take a small dark space and create an inviting atmosphere with seating that is comfortable, maximizes the space and maintains an intimate fun setting. The finished work features a beautiful glass mosaic interior wall from famed Cleveland artist GianCarlo Callichia. The design and use of space is as creative and consistent with the Japanese culture as the food this amazing restaurant serves its patrons.
» Wine & Design Studio
Wine & Design Studio, located in Tremont, was artfully transformed from a Five & Dime into a Design Studio. An overhaul to the building including brick restoration, carpentry, electrical, plumbing, landscape design, and matching historic paint for both interior and exterior surface gives this workspace an edge. The reuse of the original historic architectural elements combined with a transitional design twist has made this building a notable landmark within the community.