The new five-story, 147,000 sq.ft. residence hall replaces Moore Hall—a high-rise tower that was previously demolished. The remaining high-rise tower (Sanford Hall) will remain in place. The new residence hall will complete the front quad, connecting Levine Hall, Housing and Residence Life Operations, and provide a direct pathway to South Village Dining Hall. The residence hall design includes traditional double rooms supported by communal bathrooms, study lounges, laundry rooms, multi-purpose rooms, and apartment suites for resident employees.
First Presbyterian Church, located in the heart of Uptown Charlotte, is deemed to be one of the oldest structures in the city. Originally built in 1857, the church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
The renovation improvements of the project center around a new chancel and choir loft that is highlighted by a new pipe organ. The scope includes aesthetic, acoustic and functional updates to the Sanctuary and Chancel, Sacristy, Apse, Transept, Welcome Center, and Historic Lobby. It also includes the addition of a new ADA lift to the top choir platform, new sanctuary lighting, and restoration of the heart pine wood floors. While focusing on the new chancel and choir configuration, the redesign includes an improved existing pulpit, marble floors, white oak millwork, bronze railings, and a piano lift that can be utilized for the relocation of the chancel furnishings to create a venue for recitals, performances, and other events.
When given the chance, an old building can often surprise in its ability to take on a new use. This adaptive re-use project at UNC Pembroke is a great example of transformation. Originally designed as a residence hall in 1965, West Hall now houses the IT Innovation Center for students and faculty. The team was excited to work with UNC Pembroke to breath new life into the structure, and provide the campus a building they can use for many years to come.
Mecklenburg County unveiled its $40.5 million American Legion Memorial Stadium that’s set to host its first event in just two weeks. read more at Charlotte Observer…
We are excited to announce that the University Recreation Center at UNC Charlotte is featured in Athletic Business’ 34th Annual Architectural Showcase! Click the link to read more about the project features.
With enrollment growing each year, Agnes Scott seeks to raise funds for the renovation of a building that was built in 1891 and is known as the heart of campus.
Jenkins Peer Architects could not be more proud to be a part of this amazing project on UNC Charlotte’s campus! The new rec center (UREC) will offers students a unique atmosphere to stay active on campus and engage in different programs that focus on health and well-being. The center includes basketball courts, volleyball courts, multi-purpose courts, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, locker rooms, an elevated running track, fitness equipment and group classes, cycle studios, a demo kitchen, as well as a dedicated area for cardio and strength training.
We truly hope the students at UNC Charlotte enjoy their new rec space as much as we enjoyed designing it for them!