Carnegie Restoration

Status: Completed Type: Historic Preservation, Tenant Improvement, Community Center A staple of Everett’s identity rests on this hill next to the Snohomish County campus. For over a century, this iconic building has served many purposes from its origins as a library, to a funeral parlor, Work Release facility and most recently, storage for a local[…]

Rucker Residence

Status: Completed 2010 Type: Single-Family Residence, Historic Located on historic Rucker Avenue, this craftsman style home from the early 1900’s was rebuilt from the studs and fully updated, including the addition of 10 feet on the back, and a wraparound porch. The home did not have a foundation and only half the lower floor space[…]

Hewitt Restoration

Status: Completed 2015 Type: Historic Preservation, Interiors, Tenant Improvement, Professional Offices 1812 Hewitt originally constructed in 1810 for two realtors, V. J. Pearse and A.D. Lucas. This contributing structure on the Hewitt Avenue historic overlay survived a fire in 2013, which destroyed the east neighboring building, McCrossen. Capital Architects was commissioned to restore the site from[…]