Portfolio Category: Historic Adaptive Use

A&B Salem

A&B - Salem A&B Burgers commissioned Seger Architects in 2013 to design a trendy but casual space to blend harmoniously within the historic context of the multi-award winning, National Register structure known as the Salem Jail Complex in Salem, MA. SAI Project Architect, Dan Ricciarelli, was instrumental in implementing the initial development of the vacant,…
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Former Ipswich District Court/Town Hall

Former Ipswich District Court/ Town hall Building Seger Architects was selected to be the architect for the adaptive use of the former Ipswich District Court/ Town Hall Building in Ipswich, MA. Working with the new Owners, SAI adapted the building for 9 market rate units, one handicap accessible affordable unit for sale and one commercial…
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Restorations to 21 Washington Square

2020 Preservation Award 21 Washington Square is a large, Greek Revival style single family home situated in Salem, MA directly across from the historic Salem Common. The home was constructed in 1837 and is on the MA State Register of Historic Places. When purchased the home was dated and in disrepair on both the interior…
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St. Joseph’s Townhouses

  [caption id="attachment_2273" align="alignnone" width="300"] Before Conversion[/caption] Historic adaptive reuse of St. Joseph's Church in Woburn, MA to 6 residential townhouse units.  The Church was slated for demolition in 2012.  John Flaherty, the developer, hired Seger Architects to provide a feasibility study for residential use.  After numerous City approvals the final design was approved and widely accepted by…
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