Reuse and Redevelopment

  • Metro 67 Luxury Apartments

    **TOUR THE METRO 67 APARTMENTS.** Transformation of the historic Union Planters Bank building (first designed by famed McKim, Meade and White) into modern, energy efficient, luxury apartments to meet an economically-viable upscale multi-family housing market. The project represents a revitalization concept that is being encouraged nationwide to increase residential densities in downtowns. The 157-unit Metro 67's condominium character and amenities, sustainable features and abundance of historic charm are especially targeting millennial and empty nester generations.

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  • Historic Texaco HQ Building Redevelopment

    One of downtown Houston’s most iconic buildings, the historic Texaco Headquarters Building is being restored and converted to upscale apartments. The redevelopment project helps reshape the image of Houston’s city center as a place to live, not just work. The project includes ground-level retail and structured parking for 750 cars. A rooftop amenity deck atop the new parking structure will offer residents the social and recreational opportunities most requested in new urban living. All four sides of the property capitalize on the city’s established pedestrian or light rail transportation systems, and will tie into the Houston Tunnel system, an interconnected series of air-conditioned underground walkways, restaurants and shops spanning six miles.

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  • Delancey Lofts

    Located in the center of the bustling Adams Morgan area of Washington, D.C., this 76,868 square foot, four-story 1930’s-era brick warehouse building was re-energized by HBG to accommodate 48 loft-style condominium units.

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  • The Lofts at South Bluffs Condominiums

    **TOUR THE LOFTS AT SOUTH BLUFFS.** Situated in Memphis’ historic South Bluffs Warehouse District, this adaptive reuse project involved the renovation of three attached early to mid-1900s warehouse buildings as 131 loft apartments-turned-condominiums with 30 different floor plans ranging from 861 to 2,434 sf, designed for maximum marketability in Memphis' new residential urban-ism movement.

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  • Peabody Place Mixed-Use Development

    HBG restored and adapted an entire downtown Memphis block of historic dilapidated buildings as a new integrated multi-use development, including retail, residential, offices and dining. The project served as a catalyst for Memphis’ urban renaissance, and has won an impressive 16 design awards, including the American Institute of Architect’s Design of the Decade (1990-1999) Award.

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  • Gayoso House Apartments @ Peabody Place

    Renovation of an 1842 hotel for residential use with 156 new apartment units and restores much of the historic fabric as part of a larger mixed-use development. Recipient of Honor Award from the American Institute of Architects, Gulf States Region; an Award of Excellence, American Institute of Architects, Tennessee Chapter; a Tennessee Historic Commission Certificate of Merit; an Award of Merit, American Institute of Architects, Memphis Chapter; a Commercial Award, Memphis Landmarks Commission; and Paul Gruenberg Memorial Award, Memphis Heritage, Inc.

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  • Main Street Trolley

    The reconstruction of an existing 2.3 mile outdoor pedestrian mall and re-installation of a historic trolley system helped reinvigorate Memphis' historic downtown as a walk-able and highly livable community. Recipient of Rebuild Tennessee, Certificate of Merit; Award of Merit, International Downtown Association, for excellent contributions in downtown revitalization; Award of Merit, American Institute of Architects, Gulf States Region; Award of Merit, American Institute of Architects, Tennessee Chapter; Center City Commission Downtown Award, Award for Animation; University of Arkansas School of Architecture Design Award; Award of Merit, Illuminating Engineering Society of North America; Award of Excellence, American Institute of Architects, Memphis Chapter; and Center City Commission Downtown Award, Award for Urban Planning.

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  • Harbortown Square

    An urban development consisting of 66 apartments and eight retail spaces. Five buildings were designed to create a town square with retail shops and restaurants located on the street level. The upper two floors, which housed apartments, have views of the Mississippi River. The design of the buildings blends seamlessly with the character of the riverfront development, just steps away from Memphis’ revitalized downtown. Recipient of Excellence in Real Estate Award, Lambda Alpha and Residential Development Award, Southern Home Awards.

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  • Main Street Memphis Demonstration Block

    Concept design for the Main Street Demonstration Block Historic Renovation project. Located in Downtown Memphis, the plan renovates an entire city block of vacant, dilapidated buildings into a vibrant mixture of residential, commercial and retail spaces.

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  • The Allenberg Building

    Historic renovation/restoration and adaptive reuse of an 1871 vintage cotton warehouse as office and residential space.

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