• Historic Preservation Multifamily Housing
  • 74 Units
  • Completed - 2015

The Horace Bushnell Apartments is a housing complex developed in the early 1920s in an urban streetcar neighborhood. The buildings were designed by five local architectural firms, providing stylistic variety to a standard housing type. They are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Crosskey Architects performed an Architectural Needs Assessment before designing major renovations of the nine buildings in this affordable housing complex. The scope of work included site improvements, building envelope restoration, roof, window and door replacement, and new building systems. The interiors were completely reconfigured to reduce unit density and to provide ADA accessibility to all first floor apartments.