919 Green Street

Harrisburg, PA


  • Historically Sensitive Addition
  • 1867-1871 / Empire Style Italianate
  • Auchincloss Residence

McKissick Associates was retained to design a large addition and renovation to a brick town house in the Historic Midtown District of Harrisburg. Historically sensitive options were developed, with an effort to retain the beauty of the original structure while offering 21st century amenities in the design. The first is a 2-floor living area in a complimentary historic architectural style with a fenced yard. The second, a carriage house addition, with artist’s studio loft, which was to be located at the rear of the property.

Bricker Residence

Harrisburg, PA


  • Historically Sensitive Addition
  • Bricker Residence

 

1022 Green Street

Harrisburg, PA


  • 2 Loft apartments
  • Historic Preservation / Adaptive Reuse
  • 1880s
  • Dilks Properties

Dating to the 1880s, this was originally built as a single-family home in the historic Midtown residential district of Harrisburg. One options developed involved turning the building into two apartment units, Green design elements considered included cork flooring, solar hot water heating, rainwater collection and filtration, residential wind power, induction cook tops, high efficiency toilets, roof gardens and high reflective “white” membrane roofing.

Creekside Village

Harrisburg, PA


  • 16,150 SF / 5-Buildings / 10 acres
  • $1.9 million
  • Multi-Family Housing
  • 2009
  • Volunteers of America

The project was delivered on a negotiated bid basis, with funding assistance through a mixture of US Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD), the Dauphin County Community & Economic Development, the Pennsylvania Department of Community & Economic Development, private donations, and Volunteers of America internal funding sources. One of the nations largest developers of low income housing their goal was to create 15-assisted living housing units as an outreach of their community aid initiatives.

808 North 2nd Street

Harrisburg PA


  • Complete Interior retrofit of Historic Home
  • 1890 / Romanesque Revival
  • Fetterman Residence

This 1890 Romanesque Revival’s gray limestone façade hides a completely altered interior. By gutting the original floor plan, the home was redesigned with a modern open plan to the owner’s specifications. The staircase fabricated from mahogany and steel is open to the upper floors, allowing natural light to flow down into darkened interior spaces. The slate mantel was salvaged from a condemned hotel.

Art Lofts

Undisclosed


  • Adaptive Reuse / Urban Revitalization
  • 1920s
  • Police League / Jewish Community Center
  • Bartlett, Traynor & London

 

Pennsylvania Place Apartments

Harrisburg, PA


  • 50,000 / 294 Units / 25-Stories
  • $10.0 million
  • Urban Revitalization
  • 1972 High Rise / 1998 renovation
  • Amerimar Enterprises

Working with a Philadelphia based developer, the building was redeveloped, refurbished and reconfigured into apartments and offices with lobbies that were designed to better address the adjacent streets. All of the mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems were replaced and upgraded, while the existing building skin was refurbished. Interior design of the office lobbies and common spaces was also included within the design scope of work.

New Cumberland Apartments

New Cumberland, PA


  • Adaptive Reuse Conversion of Former Coffee Shop

 

Italian Kitchen

Undisclosed


  • Historically Sensitive Addition
  • Based on Tuscan Summer Kitchen