Portfolio Tag: historic

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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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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Summer Street

This large imposing Italianate style structure fronting busy Summer Street, and just outside of downtown Salem, MA, consisted of four apartments which were dated and in great need of repair. Local, family owned developer Salem Renewal Ventures purchased the property and through a sensitive renovation transformed the Italianate appointed Federal style home into a mix…
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