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Historic Renovations Give Buildings and Communities New Life

Renovating extensive structures can take many months to complete. Though it is no easy task, the results are especially rewarding. When practicing business integrity and renovation go hand in hand, it fulfills a commitment and dedication to protect the longevity, history and purpose of a building.

We take inspiration from other remarkable renovations happening across the country.

The Ghost Ranch Lodge. 

The Salem Jail. 

The American Brewery.

All of these differing buildings were renovated by the Federal Historic Tax Credit (HTC) which has leveraged billions in revitalizing over 41,270 buildings since 1976.

Returning the Tennessee Theatre in Knoxville to its original Spanish-Moorish architecture required 30 million in restorative efforts to fix the horseshoe arch framing the stage and the decorative tile work, as well as to restore its overall former glow. The 18-month project included attention to the original ticket booth, grand lobby, foyer, Wurlitzer organ, and auditorium, preserving the spirit of performing as well as the building’s features.

The Tennessee Theatre first opened downtown in 1928, playing movies until it closed in 1977. Now, the historic building provides a rich and impressive space as a performing arts center.

View more stunning before-and-after renovations here: