Portfolio Category: Historic Adaptive Use

Salem State University – Temple Shalom

[caption id="attachment_2278" align="alignnone" width="300"] Interior before conversion[/caption] [caption id="attachment_2280" align="alignnone" width="300"] Interior Classroom[/caption] Temple Shalom Adaptive Reuse for Salem State University In early 2014 local developer Salem Renewal LLC proposed an adaptive use of the former Temple Shalom Synagogue to a satellite campus for Salem State University. The campus, being in close proximity to the former…
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2017 Preservation Award – The Merchant

  The Merchant (1784 Joshua Ward House) – Seger Architects Inc. (SAI) was commissioned to design the historic adaptive use of the Joshua Ward House in downtown Salem, MA. The house was built ca. 1784 and is on the National and State Register of Historic Places. The Joshua Ward house is rich in history. George…
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Webster Street

Former Electric Trolley Barn A National Historic Register former electric Trolley Car barn situated at 3 Webster Street Salem, MA sat vacant for almost 10 years. Seger Architects was approached by a local developer interested in renovating and adapting the structure for housing. Among the many challenges of converting a former shop into housing, the…
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A&B Salem

A&B - Salem A&B Burgers commissioned Seger Architects in 2013 to design a trendy but casual space to blend harmoniously within the historic context of the multi-award winning, National Register structure known as the Salem Jail Complex in Salem, MA. SAI Project Architect, Dan Ricciarelli, was instrumental in implementing the initial development of the vacant,…
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