Project Portfolio


The ECHELON development team has extensive experience and a track record of success with numerous historic rehabilitation projects, including:

 

Berry Burk


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Quirk Gallery


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Chastelton Court


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Maury Commons


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Ginter Place


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Hopewell Lofts


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Courthouse View


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Cape Charles Lofts


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Chatham Lofts


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Reavis Center


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Whirligig Station


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The Henry


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Almost all ECHELON projects started with the deteriorated and blighted state of a key community property.  The owner (often the locality itself) had expensive upkeep duties, troublesome abatement liabilities, and a building that was functionally obsolete and burdened with non-code-compliant and outdated systems.  There was typically no redevelopment plan, and – even if a concept existed – no funding for the project.  Some documented benefits of these specific projects have included blight abatement, the return of non-revenue-producing assets to the tax rolls, reduction in locality expenditures, and increased revenues for local businesses.

 

ECHELON seeks projects that have the potential for financial success and also create a positive impact on the surrounding community. To this end, we evaluate numerous project candidates each year. We welcome any ideas or leads from community stakeholders; please contact us to have us evaluate a potential project site.