We have been fortunate to participate in a number of adaptive reuse projects over the years, with the most recent being the conversion of a former industrial warehouse into commercial office space. We’re now in the early stages of converting an abandoned school into a company’s primary office.
We’ve learned a lot along the way, but making adaptive reuse work for all involved really boils down to these three ideas:
These days, most existing buildings of any age are candidates for some type of adaptive reuse. The process hopefully saves some carbon and maybe helps weave communities or neighborhoods together that otherwise would remain “Lone Rangers.” It just takes demand and imagination.
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