Portfolio Category: Historic Adaptive Use

2017 Preservation Award – Settlement House

Settlement House - 114 Derby Street Salem, MA 2017 Historic Salem Preservation Award Winner Seger Architects was commissioned to adapt a former alternative school and original home for aged men on Derby Street on Salem’s historic waterfront. Purchased from the House of Seven Gables as a surplus property the Developer’s endeavored to insert 6 luxury condominiums…
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Sea Level Restaurant Newburyport, MA

Sea Level Restaurant Seger Architects was commissioned to design the new Sea Level restaurant in the historic seaport city of Newburyport, MA. Sea Level is a successful, waterfront seafood restaurant currently in Salem ,MA. The Owner, currently operating Sea Level and another more upscale waterfront establishment is looking to expand his waterfront based fare to this…
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St. Joseph’s Townhouses

  [caption id="attachment_2273" align="alignnone" width="300"] Before Conversion[/caption] Historic adaptive reuse of St. Joseph's Church in Woburn, MA to 6 residential townhouse units.  The Church was slated for demolition in 2012.  John Flaherty, the developer, hired Seger Architects to provide a feasibility study for residential use.  After numerous City approvals the final design was approved and widely accepted by…
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2017 Preservation Award – 7 Howard Street, Former Convent

[caption id="attachment_2352" align="alignleft" width="300"] Before[/caption]               Seger Architects, Inc. was selected to be the architect for the adaptive use of the former St. John the Baptist Convent on Howard Street in Salem, MA. Working with the new Owners SAI adapted the building for six market rate flats for sale.…
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