This 8,500 SF building was built between 1864-1868 in heart of the Lafayette Historic District. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was in dire need of both cosmetic and structural modifications when Morgan Constructors began the work to install over 100 structural ties, a new roof and completed repairs to the exterior brick. Careful coordination to comply with The Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties and also with the City of Lafayette Historic Preservation Commission was required to maintain important design and materials unique to this historic building. Morgan also completed construction for two (2) tenant spaces and renovated the toilet rooms on the ground floor. Original brick walls are now exposed as part of the design. Re-purposed wood removed from upper floors in the building is used for flooring in both ground floor tenant spaces.
Architect: Arkor, Inc. | Customer: Morgan Building and Land