Adaptive Apartments: The Georgian in St. Louis undergoes a much needed restoration

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“A five-minute drive from St. Louis’s Gateway Arch, there’s a new apartment development that pays tribute to the Missouri river city’s history. The Georgian, named for its elegant architectural revival style, is part of what was once City Hospital. Built in 1845, the original complex was destroyed twice—once by fire and once by tornado—and rebuilt in 1905….”

Read More about Trivers impressive adaptive reuse project, The Georgian, featured in Traditional Buildings.