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19 June 2014

Adaptive Reuse of Brewery Wins Baltimore Heritage Award

Category: Adaptive Reuse & Compatible Design

From Brewery to apartments, the reuse of the Gunther brewery complex is remarkable for its scope and quality. The work, which earned state and federal historic tax credits, included restoring the facade of the Romanesque Revival-style brewhouse with its decorative arches, pilasters and an elaborate corbelled cornice. The 1949 Stock House and another smaller brewhouse dating to 1950 were also restored. The complex now encompasses five buildings with 162 apartments and retail space and is at the center of the aptly named Brewer’s Hill neighborhood.


Award for the Adaptive Reuse of the Gunther Brewery:Obrecht Commercial Real Estate, 3D Structural Engineers, Inc., Betty Bird and Associates, LLC, Gordon and Greenberg Architects, Green Street Environmental, Hirsch Electric, LLC, Kinsley Construction, Kinsley Equities, Peskerinnea Wright, RM Sovich Architecture, Roman Co., Inc., SAH Engineering, Structural Restoration Services, Inc., Urban Green Environmental. 


​RM Sovich Architecture: Baltimore Architects creating places that enhance people's lives since 1994.

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