HQ Raleigh officially opened its doors inside the newly renovated, historic Capital Club building on July 1 in downtown Raleigh. The Maurer team is proud to have led this renovation. HQ Raleigh now occupies the top five floors of the building—leasable office suites and meeting spaces are now available on floors 8-11 and the 12th floor houses a 4,000 ballroom used for private events and weddings.
David Maurer will give a presentation at the Land Use Development Board Meeting, tomorrow, August 16 in Hickory, on "Upper Level Downtown Housing."
The porch and bays have a new foundation constructed with original brick, and the framing went up on the east elevation this week! We are thrilled to see the beautiful new windows installed and trim work beginning. More to come!
Preservation NC featured our very own Craig Bethel in their Spring 2017 newsletter! Craig and Julie Sikes have been involved with the moving and rehabilitation of the historic Schaffer House in the Prince Hall Historic District downtown.
Downtown's newest community based coffee barista bar, tea house and bottle shop is officially OPEN! Located at 145 E Davie St. in the ground floor of the Edison Lofts, Sir Walter Coffee is serving up your favorite beverage seven days a week! Check out their Facebook page, Instagram and Twitter for the latest, or better yet go see for yourselves. Well done Sarle & team!
Our latest brewery project is under construction in Charlotte! Resident Culture, located in Plaza Midwood, will open this spring. The taproom will be a lively neighborhood hangout, and the brewery will focus on fresh hoppy beers with a unique barrel aging program.
We are currently seeking to fill an available position with a talented and energetic individual with 3-5 years experience. Projects will include adaptive reuse, historic renovation, new commercial, and housing.
HQ Raleigh is expanding! The group will be moving into the top five floors of downtown Raleigh's historic Capital Club Building, and our team is proud to be heading up the renovation. The 8th-11th floors will be used as office suites and meeting space, and the ballroom on the 12th floor will be used for collaborative work space and lounge seating.
Did you know Raleigh has a long lost Lustron House? Raleigh Historic Development Commission and NC Modernist Houses are teaming up to host the screening of documentary film Lustron: The House America's Been Waiting For with panel discussion to follow. Learn about these pre-fab steel kit houses made post WWII in the response to shortage of housing for GIs, and how you can help to save our city's last remaining Lustron and see it restored!
Visit http://rhdc.org/lustron for more info!
The N&O covered the event here! Check it out!
WAIT, THERE'S MORE!
David Maurer has been invited by the Virginia Tech's Department of Architecture + Interior Design to present the firm's latest work in adaptive reuse across the state of North Carolina.
The lecture is Friday, November 4th at 12:00pm.
Our most recent project in downtown Raleigh is making headlines! The 116-year old Martin Street building is part of the Moore Square Historic District, and plans were just approved by the Raleigh Historic Development Commission a few weeks ago.
Guess what? We have TWO teams competing at this year's Hops for Hope event. This week Maurer Architecture and Atlantec Engineers visited Trophy Brewing to build our team cask.
Hops for Hope is an event to benefit Children's Flight of Hope, a non-profit organization providing air transportation for children in need of medical care. We are proud to support their cause, and look forward to tasting some fun beers at the event!
This October 1st event is open to the public, and tickets are on sale now. Visit trianglehops4hope.org for more information.
The 'BrewBuild' team met at Trophy Brewing Co. to build our signature beer using a Trophy base beer and adding some unique flavor components to the cask. We are excited to taste the final product!
Maurer Architecture is pairing up with Empire Properties and Gizmo Brew Works to create an original cask of beer! We are proud to be a part of Hops for Hope, the second annual fundraising event that pairs corporate teams with local breweries to create and drink beer! On October 1st, participants will showcase their creations to more than 500 attendees at the Contemporary Art Museum of Raleigh in an epic beer festival and competition for bragging rights. Tickets are on sale now! For more information visithttp://trianglehops4hope.org/
Proceeds from the event and team fundraising benefit Children’s Flight of Hope, a 501(c)(3) organization that provides air transportation for children to access medical care. This is a great event for a great cause!
The 'Master Your Craft' team met at Gizmo Brew Works to get a brewing education and experiment with different flavor combinations to create our signature beer. We started with a Gizmo base and mixed in a few special ingredients to set it off! After much sampling, science, trial and error, and cheers, we came away with a warm, fuzzy feeling and a great cask of beer!
The Player's Retreat kitchen renovation is complete! With a whirlwind twelve weeks start to finish and just in time for NC State students' return, the renovation ensures that the PR will be cookin' for many years to come. The full menu is back and we are ready for it! Congratulations to the PR family, and cheers!
Stay up to date on specials and more at http://www.playersretreat.net/index.htm
We are so pumped! One of the twelve State government-owned historic homes in the Blount St. Historic Overlay District up for sale will be a restoration project undertaken by Maurer Architecture! The offer for the sale of the Norris-Heartt House was approved by the North Carolina Council of State on July 12, 2016... check out the article in the Triangle Business Journal for some additional background information, link below.
More to come!!!
A full renovation is underway on Dixie Trail in Raleigh. This 1954 ranch has been gutted, ceilings removed, and the original 50's kitchen demolished. Simple yet significant plan changes will transform the existing choppy layout into a sensible and open home. The central dividing wall has been removed in the living room providing a bright and open living, dining, and kitchen area.