1919 Market Street Lofts
Located on 1.44 acres at 1919 Market St., the adaptive-reuse project was once an industrial-zoned Greyhound Bus Terminal. Apart from trying to connect with its residential and retail neighbors, Greyhound lofts had to be programmed within the allotted volume of its previous occupant, the bus repair terminal, due to local building codes. The property offers a variety unit types to accommodate not only small business owners in the work/live lofts, but also 2-3 BDRM units for families. Exterior walls would retain elements of the original industrial façade in honor of the building's past, but where it once had large buses roll in and out, it will now boast landscaped courtyards, a retail coffee bar in the lobby, a resident lounge and bike room.
View of Courtyard off of the Work/Live lofts
Market Street Facade leans to be a more approachable and small business oriented approach due to the street's active and retail oriented appeal
Myrtle Street Facade has a more residential, intimate and private approach due to the family residence oriented appeal of this axis