99 Spring Street

On a postage stamp lot in downtown Charleston, the client owned a piece of property that housed a single house dating to the mid 1800s. The existing house had seen a series of renovations over time and was divided into two apartments. The clients had a law practice and rented space on a nearby street, but wanted to maximize use of their own property and build a new law office and additional residential unit behind the existing historic single house. skip to projects

location:  charleston, sc

completed:  2020

archer construction

99 Spring - site entry

The existing house and new addition maximize the footprint of this downtown Charleston footprint

99 spring - rendering

rendering study from spring street with existing single house in foreground

99 Spring - exterior

entrance to the new commercial space and residential unit at the back of the property

99 spring - hyphen

the old and new structures are connected by a hyphen and an accessible ramp is provided for the office space

99 spring - foyer

foyer upon entry to the office

99 spring - conference

conference room

99 Spring - accessibility

This accessible restroom features clean lines and contrasting materials

99 Spring - office

Natural light illuminates theoffice space

99 Spring - breakroom

a fresh spot for coffee breaks and snacks

99 Spring - kitchen

This efficient kitchen offersan inviting feel as you enter the apartment above the office

99 Spring - bedroom

large windows bring light into the bedroom spaces above

99 Spring - upstairs bath

Sleek fixtures, fresh materials and natural light make this upstairs bathroom bright and inviting

99 Spring - upstairs restroom

Soothing color and texture define this upstairs bath

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