Our design team realizes that a successful residential project is one that reflects the vision and spirit of its end user. We work closely with our clients to understand their lifestyles, movements and interests, habits and needs.
"While the conversion of downtown office towers to apartments has been going on in Cincinnati for years, and continues today, this project is unique because it is the first conversion of office space to apartments at this scale."
Elevar Design Group is working with Vandercar Holdings LLC and WP Land Co. LLC to design the redevelopment of 134 and 144 Merchant St. in Springdale, an 11-acre office-to-apartment conversion part of a $45 million redevelopment plan.
"As the multifamily market grows, it must also respond to the changing - and sometimes conflicting - demands of the marketplace and society." Soapbox Cincinnati talks to leaders in the Multifamily Market, including Mark Browning from Elevar Design Group.
"A planned $60 million mixed-use development could be the spark that ignites reinvestment in a West Side community."
Elevar Design Group is working with Towne Properties to add 100 apartments just east of downtown Cincinnati. The apartments will provide easy access to the city’s park system and other riverfront amenities. The apartments will be focused toward active lifestyle empty nesters.
Elevar Design Group helping to redevelop the former Kenton County Administration Building at 303 Court St. in Covington to 133 apartments and 6,000 square feet of retail space.
Construction has begun on the third and final phase of the Madamore Redevelopment project in the heart of Madisonville, a project that is expected to be a total investment of more than $80 million.
Elevar is working with Kean Ventures and Buckingham Companies in the design of this mixed-use development at the corner of Liberty and Elm St in Over-the-Rhine. The project now consists of over 300 residential units and between 5,000 and 15,000 square feet of commercial space. The proposed new version of the development would be a total investment of about $80 million.