The team at AMC has extensive experience managing the development of dozens of sites, from classic preservation of historic multifamily homes to nimble infill construction to the creative reuse of industrial properties for retail, office and maker spaces. Projects completed by the leadership of AMC range in size and type from the 120,000 square foot, mixed use Pearl Street Lofts and the development of 387 & 425 West Fountain Street, which feature restaurants, a microbrewery, wellness studios, creative and nonprofit office and twelve residential lofts. In each project AMC works closely with our client to build a development team, set and maintain schedules, work plans and budgets and provide comprehensive coordination of all aspects of the project. AMC approaches each project from an owner’s perspective; we treat our client’s projects as if they were our own.
Current projects include the redevelopment of the commercial office component of Rising Sun Mills, a two year, $2.7MM project to release and build out 80,000 square feet of office space and provide related improvements; the renovation of the three family home at 14 Ellery Street and the restoration and releasing of the Stone Carpenter and Willson designed 112 Union Street, including improvements to the limestone and terracotta façade, lobby and twelve residential units on the upper floors and four new commercial/live- work spaces on the ground floor.
Design and Community Engagement
AMC has extensive experience in design, particularly around creative commercial reuse in an urban context. This experience allows the AMC team to perform some of the tasks that might be performed by an outside designer, reducing costs incurred to outside design professionals. Where design services are required, AMC coordinates directly with clients and designers to identify design opportunities and constraints efficiently. The AMC team has deep relationships within the community and across the City and expertise in planning and design, permitting, and community engagement facilitation.