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Adaptive Reuse – Converting an Old Church into Apartments

Adaptive Re-Use

In a community filled with historical landmarks and architecture, there are bound to be structures that eventually close or are no longer viable for their intended use. Instead of these places of historical value being left to decay or be demolished, we can breathe new life into them.

The adaptive reuse of a structure preserves the character of time and space, while accommodating changes in demand. One example of this is the complete renovation of an existing church into new luxury apartments in Fleetwood, PA. What was once a church built back in 1949, is now 10 luxury apartments, 1,000 – 1,500sf each with a full kitchen and laundry. One of the units features 16’ high cathedral ceilings. Another unit has 2 stories and a balcony overlooking the kitchen / living space.

Adaptive reuse architecture is functional, beautiful, and creates a new community beacon. By giving an old space a new purpose, you are honoring the past while also moving forward into the future. Working with an architect ensures your project will be treated with the upmost care and attention to detail. If you are ready to take the next step and discuss your project, contact us today. We are here, and ready to work with you!

Find the Right Team

For renovating an existing building into something new, you will need a team behind you. For starters, you will want an experienced real estate agent to assist with the sale. You will also want an architectural design company, such as ourselves, and a construction company as well.

Once you have everything ready, start your searching! If you’re looking for an architectural firm in the Reading, Berks County, Lehigh County, Allentown, PA or the surrounding areas to assist you with your next renovation project, don’t hesitate to reach out. We are here, ready to help with your next project!

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