Historic Tax Credit Projects

HSL 3

Petersburg, Virgina

  • Originally at Luggage Factory
  • Built in 1895
  • Converted to 36 Apartments
  • Completed in 2011
  • Valued at $5,500,000
  • Architect: Ratio
  • Financing: Xenith Bank
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Pace King Mansion

Richmond, Virgina

  • Originally an Residence
  • Built in 1860
  • Converted to 6 Offices & 3 Apartments
  • Completed in 2012
  • Valued at $1,250,000
  • Architect: Apex Design Group
  • Financing: Fulton Bank
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Brookdale Condominiums

Staunton, Virginia

  • Originally part of Western State Hospital
  • Built in 1875
  • Converted to 13 Condominiums
  • Completed in 2009
  • Valued at $2,600,000
  • Architect: Ratio
  • Financing: Paragon Bank
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355 Greenville Avenue

Staunton, Virginia

  • Originally part of Western State Hospital
  • Built in 1898
  • Converted to 2 Condominiums
  • Completed in 2008
  • Valued at $770,000
  • Architect: Ratio
  • Financing: First Market Bank
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High Street Lofts, Phase II

Petersburg, Virginia

  • Originally at Luggage Factory
  • Built in 1895
  • Converted to 24 Condominiums
  • Completed in 2008
  • Valued at $3,900,000
  • Architect: Ratio
  • Financing: Virginia Housing Development Authority (VHDA)
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The Bindery

Staunton, Virginia

  • Originally part of Western State Hospital
  • Built in 1839
  • Converted to 19 Condominiums
  • Completed in 2007
  • Valued at $7,000,000
  • Architect: Mark Freeman & Associates
  • Financing: Wachovia Bank
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Stribling House

Staunton, Virginia

  • Originally part of Western State Hospital
  • Built in 1838
  • Converted to 2 Offices
  • Completed in 2007
  • Valued at $500,000
  • Architect: Ratio
  • Financing: Community Bank
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1301 Porter Street

Richmond, Virginia

  • Originally an Apartment Building
  • Built in 1914
  • Renovated 16 Apartments
  • Completed in 2006
  • Valued at $2,400,000
  • Architect: Ratio
  • Financing: First Market Bank
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High Street Lofts Phase 1

Petersburg, Virginia

  • Originally a Luggage Factory
  • Build in 1895
  • Converted to 10 Townhouses
  • Completed in 2005
  • Valued at $2,500,000
  • Architect: Mark Freeman & Associates
  • Financing: Resource Bank
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The Old Y

Staunton, Virginia

  • Originally a YMCA
  • Built in 1914
  • Converted to 20 Condominiums
  • Completed in 2005
  • Valued at $5,725,000
  • Architect: Frazier Associates
  • Financing: Resource Bank
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Old Manchester Lofts

Richmond, Virgina

  • Originally a Bakery
  • Built in 1895
  • Converted to 80 Condominiums
  • Completed in 2004
  • Valued at $11,000,000
  • Architect: Mark Freeman & Associates
  • Financing: Wachovia Bank
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Shockoe Valley Lofts

Richmond, Virginia

  • Originally a Synagogue
  • Built in 1850/1900
  • Converted to 37 Condominiums
  • Completed in 2003
  • Valued at $4,900,000
  • Architect: Mark Freeman & Associates
  • Financing: Resource Bank
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Mule Barn

Richmond, Virginia

  • Originally a Mule Barn
  • Built in 1915
  • Converted to 4 Condominiums
  • Completed in 2003
  • Valued at $867,000
  • Architect: BAM Architects
  • Financing: First Market Bank
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One Monument Avenue

Richmond, Virginia

  • Originally a Hospital
  • Built in 1912
  • Converted to 34 Apartments / 3 Offices
  • Completed in 2003
  • Valued at $12,000,000
  • Architect: Commonwealth Architects
  • Financing: Resource Bank
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Laurel Hill House

Richmond, Virigina

  • Originally a Nurses’ Dormitory
  • Built in 1931
  • Converted to 10 Condominiums
  • Completed in 2002
  • Valued at $2,900,000
  • Architect: Mark Freeman & Associates
  • Financing: Resource Bank
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Lee School Lofts

Richmond, Virginia

  • Originally an Elementary School
  • Build in 1919
  • Converted to 40 Apartments
  • Completed in 2002
  • Valued at $6,200,000
  • Architect: Mark Freeman & Associates
  • Financing: Principal Life Insurance Co
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Samuel Parsons House

Richmond, Virginia

  • Originally a Single Family Home
  • Built in 1818
  • Converted to 8 Apartments
  • Completed in 2001
  • Valued at $1,391,000
  • Architect: Mark Freeman & Associates
  • Financing: Resource Bank
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Kensington Court

Richmond, Virginia

  • Originally a Hospital
  • Built in 1923
  • Converted to 117 Apartments / 1 Office
  • Completed in 2000
  • Valued at $11,595,000
  • Architect: Mark Freeman & Associates
  • Financing: GMAC; HUD221D4
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Sydnor and Hundley

Richmond, Virginia

  • Originally a Furniture Store
  • Built in 1931
  • Converted to 54 Apartments / 2 Offices
  • Completed in 2000
  • Valued at $5,597,000
  • Architect: Mark Freeman & Associates
  • Financing: Wachovia Bank
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Linden Tower

Richmond, Virginia

  • Originally a Medical Office Building
  • Built in 1922
  • Converted to 36 Apartments / 6 Offices
  • Completed in 1999
  • Valued at $3,525,000
  • Architect: Harnsberger & Associates
  • Financing: Wachovia Bank
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Grace and First

Richmond, Virginia

  • Originally 3 Single Family Homes
  • Built in 1855
  • Converted to 19 Apartments
  • Completed in 1998
  • Valued at $1,000,000
  • Financing: Wachovia Bank
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