Jefferson Blount-Harvey Restoration
Standing as a proud landmark in Greenville’s Historic Downtown District, the Blount-Harvey building was constructed in the early 1920s and is striking in scale and rich in architectural features. It is two stories plus a mezzanine, expressed in the Colonial Revival style with Art Deco elements.
The building had been abandoned for almost 10 years prior to the restoration. Due to the lack of maintenance and age, the building was in a state of disrepair. This required the restoration to include complete replacement and upgrading of all existing building systems, as well as the roof assembly, egress stairs, and elevator. All new restrooms were built with exterior entries modified to meet ADA guidelines. All exterior and interior elements were restored to their original appearance.
All work was completed while maintaining all requirements set forth by the US Department of Interior and the North Carolina State Historic Preservation Office and received all applicable tax credits.
TMK Properties, LLC
- Mixed-Use & Multifamily
- ADA Assessment & Design
- Building Envelope
- Construction Administration
- Interior Design
- Space Management