Adaptive Reuse & Retrofit

Holladay Properties stepped into the Adaptive Reuse market in 1985 with the redevelopment of 3300 Sample Street in South Bend - a 1920's era Milton Bradley toy factory that was converted in multi-tenant office/warehouse space. Since that time, we have honed and adapted our skills to meet today's demanding needs.

The Sheds on Charlotte

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Location: 2200 Charlotte Avenue | Nashville, TN
Size: 50,000 SF
Use: Conversion of 75 year-old metal sheds into state-of-the-art office/retail complex
Year Built: 2015
Services Provided: Development, Consulting & Brokerage

Project Description

The Sheds on Charlotte is a dramatic transformation of 50,000 square feet of 1940s-era corrugated metal sheds into a light -filled office/retail complex encompassing an entire city block from 22nd and 23rd Avenues along Charlotte Avenue in Nashville, TN. Throughout the design and construction process, extra attention was given to keep the "bones" of the structure and many of the architectural elements of the existing building in place. An example of this can be found in the open courtyards, where the original steel trusses were left exposed and help create an outdoor space that flows seamlessly from building to building. Aluminum and glass garage doors open up to the courtyards allowing daylight and breezes into the creative work areas. Translucent wall panels were used on the end of the buildings, providing abundant natural light that accentuates the volume of the space, as well as providing a dramatic glow in the evening hours that can be seen along the Charlotte Avenue corridor.

The BowTruss Building

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Location: 1001 Third Avenue North | Nashville, TN
Size: 40,000 SF
Use: Conversion of industrial warehouse space to office
Year Built: 2013
Services Provided: Development, Property & Facility Management

Project Description

One of the few office buildings opening in the Germantown area since its renaissance decades ago, The BowTruss Building is a former warehouse that has been converted into creative office space. Features like open architecture, exposed metal bowtruss beams, a vaulted wooden ceiling and spacious windows and skylights take the space from ordinary to extraordinary.

The Sawtooth Building

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Location: 2030 Lindell Avenue | Nashville, TN
Size: 40,000 SF
Use: Conversion of 100 year factory into state-of-the-art office space
Year Built: 2010
Services Provided: Build to Suit, Consulting & Brokerage

Project Description

Griffin Technologies sought Holladay’s services to renovate the 100 year old “Sawtooth Building,” an iconic factory constructed in the early 1900’s for General Wax Industries in Nashville, TN.  The project earned an Excellence in Development Award by the Urban Land Institute’s Nashville District Council and a Preservation Award from the Metropolitan Historical Commission.

3300 Sample Street

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Location: 3300 Sample Street | South Bend, IN
Size: 230,898 SF
Use: Conversion of a 1929-Milton Bradley croquet toy plant into multi-tenant office/warehouse space
Year Built: 1985
Services Provided: Development, Brokerage, Property Management

Project Description

In 1985, Holladay Properties started its first substantial rehabilitation of a closed factory, 3300 Sample Street, which was converted from a Milton Bradley croquet toy plant built in 1929, into multi-tenant office/warehouse space. Sample Street has had its ups and downs but remains a project that generates revenue for Holladay and today is home to a unique tenant mix that include The Kitchen BMX skate park, the South Bend Chocolate Factory and the South Bend Medical Foundation.