Previous Work

Dolata - Alliance AdditionAlliance Addition, 2010, Minneapolis
Developer: Aeon / Architect: Cermak Rhoades Architects / Contractor: Weis
The Alliance Addition development transformed an underutilized parking lot and vacant rooming house into 61 units of much needed affordable housing. The project, which is linked to Alliance Apartments, relocated and renovated a brick rooming house to provide ten new units. The adjacent site now hosts a very sustainable new four-story structure.  Additional Information

Dolata - Ripley Gardens1Ripley Gardens, 2007, Minneapolis
Developer: Aeon / Architect: LHB, Inc. / Contractor: Watson-Forsberg
Ripley Gardens gave new life to the historic Ripley Memorial Hospital campus. The formerly vacant site is now a vibrant 60-unit community in the Harrison Neighborhood. The development includes three renovated historic structures and three newly constructed buildings. Through a collaboration with Habitat for Humanity eight units are owner-occupied.  Additional Information

Dolata - Lowell CurveLowell Curve, 2007, Minneapolis
Developer: Project for Pride in Living / Architect: LHB, Inc. / Contractor: AA Contracting, Inc.
Lowell Curve added 14 single family homes to the Jordan Neighborhood. Constructed on a site that had been vacant for 25 years, these new homes, ranging from two to four bedrooms, were designed to reflect the traditional character of the area, including large open front porches.  Additional Information

photoBungalow Courts, 2006, Minneapolis
The Greater Metropolitan Housing Corporation has pioneered the idea of bungalow courts within Minneapolis.  Main Street Bungalow Court, located  six 1-1/2 story homes on two residential lots near St. Anthony Main. The project was completed in 2006. These energy efficient homes, with large front porches and compact footprints, provided increased density, compared to conventional housing design, while at the same time maintaining autonomy for residents wishing downsize or live more modestly.  Additional Information