Micro-Condos in OTR by PLATTE


Construction at the Stafford project is nearing completion – the project is a mixed-use development combining 3 buildings into a single development, including 11 residential units and several white-boxed commercial spaces. 



At 1233 Walnut, careful removal of several unusable attic spaces allowed us to open up the space and create dramatic lofts units full of light. At 33 East 13th street, existing historic bay windows and brick light-wells allowed for gracious, open kitchen-living-dining rooms, as well as spacious bedrooms with full-height storage and rolling glass doors. 


The project also incorporates several micro-units with rolling library ladder storage and built-in millwork. These micros, along with several other loft spaces will be coming online shortly – stay tuned!


HiMark Construction Update by PLATTE

The construction at HiMark is really rolling along, with all the steel work, floors, guardrails, and lighting in place! Still waiting on a bar top, new floors, and kitchen equipment, but it's on track to open this spring. It's such an awesome and unique space to be in, with the raw, gritty history of the building on full display. Nick Motz has done a great job with it!

HiMark Bar under construction- main space - Spherical Image - RICOH THETA
HiMark Bar under construction- Mezzanine above the bar - Spherical Image - RICOH THETA
HiMark Bar under construction- Mezzanine - Spherical Image - RICOH THETA

Crossroads - Old St. George Flyover by PLATTE

Old St. George was one of those rare projects that every firm dreams of being a part of. We were really challenged to both preserve and refresh this beautiful historic building, and the impact it had on the neighborhood was incredible.

We couldn't resist taking our new drone out for a test run to document this beautiful edifice. Break out the good headphones and full HD for maximum effect..

The fall foliage with the red brick is a great accent, and we were fortunate to snag some shots right at sunset. The building really shines though at night, with the steeples lit against the uptown skyline, and the courtyard aglow. It's just such a photogenic building!