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Title: KLITZING WELSCH ASSOCIATES Architects Interiors Planners


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KLITZING WELSCH ASSOCIATESArchitects -
Interiors - Planners
  • Architectural Services
  • Project Programming
  • Site Investigations/As-Build Documentation
  • Architectural Design
  • Management of Engineering Consultants
  • Project Cost Estimates
  • Construction Documents
  • Construction Administration
  • Code Analysis Coordination with Local
    Authorities
  • National and Local Historic Tax credits
  • Zoning Permitting Assistance
  • Interior Design Services
  • Interior Master Planning
  • Design Development
  • Lighting Design
  • Space Planning
  • Residential Display Unit Design, Purchasing
    Installation

The Chase Park Plaza, St. Louis , MO
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KLITZING WELSCH ASSOCIATESArchitects -
Interiors - Planners
  • About Us
  • Founded in 1990
  • Licensure in several states facilitating
    projects both locally and nationally
  • Specializing in
  • Historic Renovation
  • Historic Preservation
  • Historic Adaptive Reuse
  • Multi-housing and Single Family Residences
  • Restaurants/Hospitality

Maryland Plaza, St. Louis , MO
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ART LOFTS1527 Washington Avenue,St. Louis, MO
63103
  • Project Information
  • One of the first loft projects to hit the
  • proclaimed Loft District in Downtown
  • St. Louis, MO. The 6.2 million project
  • opened in 1996 and turned a 10
  • story empty warehouse into 64
  • apartments with studio work space. It
  • features covered parking and a roof-top
  • patio. Rent ranges from about 435 to
  • 550 with about 2,000 square feet of
  • space. Open only to those who
  • qualify as low income, and as
  • working artists.

Typical Floor Plan (floors 2-10)
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ART LOFTS1527 Washington Avenue,St. Louis, MO
63103
Rear Façade View
Front Façade View
Storefront View
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WINSTON CHURCHILL APARTMENTS5475 CabanneSt.
Louis, MO 63112
  • Project Information
  • Winner of 2009 Most Enhanced Award
  • Presented by the Landmarks Association
  • of St. Louis Developer Eagle Point
  • Companies Original Architect Hall and
  • Proetz. Constructed in 1927, the U-
  • shaped eight story brick building
  • underwent a Historic gut rehab into 102
  • modernized apartment units.
  • Totaling 131,441 Square Feet.

After
Before
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WINSTON CHURCHILL APARTMENTS5475 CabanneSt.
Louis, MO 63112
Entry-Before
Lobby-Before
Lobby-After
Historical Entry
Entry-After
Historical Lobby
Renovated Apartment Interior
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VANGUARD LOFTS1110 Washington Avenue,St. Louis,
MO 63101
  • Project Information
  • Originally built in 1901 and located in
  • The Washington Avenue Historic
  • District. Rehab Developer
  • Landmark Capital, LLC. The 8 story
  • building was redeveloped into 82 loft
  • Living spaces ranging from 700 to
  • 2,200 square feet with first floor
  • commercial lease space totaling
  • 136,000 square feet. Amenities
  • include an exercise room and a
  • tenant business center. Completed
  • in 2004 for 12,800,000.00
  • preserving a piece of St. Louis
  • Architectural History

After
Before
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VANGUARD LOFTS1110 Washington Avenue,St. Louis,
MO 63101
Before
Before
After
After
After
After
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FRANKLIN SCHOOL814 N. 19th Street,St. Louis, MO
63106
  • Project Information
  • Named for American statesman
  • Benjamin Franklin. Originally built in
  • 1911 and located in Downtown, the
  • building served as an elementary
  • school until its residential conversion
  • into 75 active senior living
  • apartments. Amenities include a
  • spacious community room, on-site
  • laundry facilities and an outdoor
  • courtyard. Developer Franklin
  • Partners, LLC. 82,485 square feet.
  • Winner of a 2008 Most Enhanced
  • Award presented by the Landmarks
  • Association of St. Louis

During Construction
After
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FRANKLIN SCHOOL814 N. 19th Street,St. Louis, MO
63106
Community Room
First Floor Plan
Public Corridor
11
THE TUDOR BUILDING1901-1937 Washington
AvenueSt. Louis, MO 63103
  • Project Information
  • Named after its Tudor Revival Style,
  • this two story commercial building
  • was built in 1925 and housed the
  • Wrought Iron Range Company
  • When Developer Robert Wood
  • Realty bought the building, it was
  • renovated restoring the first floor
  • commercial lease space with 14 bays
  • spanning an entire city block and
  • converting the second story into
  • apartment units totaling 104,182
  • square feet. Winner of a 2009 Most
  • Enhanced Award presented by the
  • Landmarks Association of St. Louis

Before
After
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THE TUDOR BUILDING1901-1937 Washington
AvenueSt. Louis, MO 63103
Front Entry-Before
Display Unit
Rear Facade
Front Entry-After
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THE TUDOR BUILDINGCommercial Spaces
Smoking Joes Bar-Be-Que-Exterior
City Pet Supply-Exterior
Dimensions Salon-Exterior
Smoking Joes Bar-Be-Que-Interior
Dimensions Salon-Interior
City Pet Supply-Interior
14
MARYLAND PLAZAMaryland PlazaSt. Louis, MO 63108
  • Project Information
  • Koplar Properties 20 million
  • overhaul of the three buildings that
  • comprise the Maryland Plaza retail
  • and office development was
  • completed in 2005.The renovation of
  • the art deco buildings provides nearly
  • 80,000 square feet of lease space.
  • Koplar Properties has owned the
  • three-story, 45,000-square-foot Saks
  • Building since the 1970s, but it sat
  • vacant for more than two decades. In
  • 2003, Koplar Properties acquired
  • 46-58 Maryland Plaza and 42-44
  • Maryland Plaza. Winner of a 2008
  • Most Enhanced Award presented by
  • The Landmarks Association of St. Louis

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MARYLAND PLAZAMaryland PlazaSt. Louis, MO 63108
Saks Building Home of Design Within Reach and
Mandarin
Courtyard Entry
Side Retail
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MARYLAND PLAZAAdditional Projects Within
Maryland Plaza Development
Mandarin Lounge
The Cupcakery
Adriano Goldschmied (AG Jeans)
Moris Fashions
McGinty Jewelers
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WEST END LOFTS4100 Forest Park Ave.St. Louis,
MO 63108
  • Project Information
  • Project Architect for the conversion of
  • the Acme Supply Building (once a Ford
  • Motor Company Model T Plant
  • established in early 1914) into
  • high-end loft units with ground floor
  • retail space. Amenities include a
  • swimming pool, outdoor recreation area,
  • covered parking, a guest suite and
  • common areas including a resident
  • lounge and billiard room. 245,000
  • Square Feet. Project Developers Bruce
  • Development Company and RKMerlyn
  • Interior Designer Albers Studio
  • Five Stories featuring 14 Unit types.

Ford Motor Company Building
Before Construction
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WEST END LOFTS4100 Forest Park Ave.St. Louis,
MO 63108
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WEST END LOFTS4100 Forest Park Ave.St. Louis,
MO 63108
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UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS LOFT APARTMENTS3720 Laclede
Ave.St. Louis, MO 63108
  • Project Information
  • 60 Million Loft development of
  • Warehouse of Fixtures consisting
  • of 6 acres of building space into
  • 242 units with ground floor lease
  • space. Developer Bruce
  • Development. Geared to the
  • college life of SLU students,
  • complete with a fitness room,
  • game room, study lounge,
  • covered parking and outdoor pool.
  • floor plans for the apartments
  • range from one bedroom to three
  • bedroom units.

Bridge Before
Bridge After
Development Rendering
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UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS LOFT APARTMENTS3720 Laclede
Ave.St. Louis, MO 63108
Pool
Laclede View
Laclede View
22
SOULARD MARKET APARTMENTS1535 South 8th
StreetSt. Louis, MO 63104
  • Project Information
  • Transformation of the Old Welsh Baby Carriage
  • Factory built in 1899 into 132 loft-style
    apartments
  • with first floor retail space. Developers Rick
  • Yackey Bruce Development. 138,000 square
  • feet with 5 stories. General Contractor EM
    Harris
  • Winner of a 2006 Most Enhanced Award
  • presented by The Landmarks Association of St.
    Louis

Construction Photo
Construction Photo
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SOULARD MARKET APARTMENTS1535 South 8th
StreetSt. Louis, MO 63104
Interior View
Stack-Signage
Exterior View
Pool View
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WASHINGTON AVENUE APARTMENTS1133 Washington
Ave.St. Louis, MO 63101
  • Project Information
  • Conversion of the old Downtown Days
  • Inn (originally The St. Louisian Hotel) into
  • an apartment building with first floor
  • commercial lease space now home to
  • B T Pizza and soon to open 12th Street
  • Diner (another KWA Project). Project
  • totals 96,302 square feet. The building
  • once stood as an injection of MidCentury
  • Modern into the otherwise pre-War
  • stylings of the Avenue. The
  • checkerboard of color on its original
  • opaque façade was long-gone, leaving
  • Its architecture appearing rather tepid. It
  • was not aging well by the time the last
  • occupant closed its doors circa 2000. In
  • 2007, it was renovated with a tasteful
  • update of its MidCentury look now

Original Building
Before Renovation-2005
After Renovation
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WASHINGTON AVENUE APARTMENTS1133 Washington
Ave.St. Louis, MO 63101
Window Detail
Community Room
Washington Ave. Front
Common Spaces
Outdoor Interior Courtyard
12th Street Diner-Opening Soon!
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AQUINAS INSTITUTE OF THEOLOGY 3701 Forest Park
ParkwaySt. Louis, MO 63108
  • Project Information
  • Historic Consultant and Building
  • Shell Architect Klitzing Welsch
  • Associates Interior Designer and
  • Interior Architect Alan Nehring.
  • A truly collaborative project with
  • Chiodini Associates, KWA and
  • Paric Corporation to transform the
  • century plus old factory that once
  • sat in ruin into a project that
  • boasts the title Project of the
  • Year awarded by the Associated
  • General Contractors. Winner of a
  • 2006 Most Enhanced Award
  • presented by The Landmarks
  • Association of St. Louis. 5.5
  • million dollar renovation of
  • 38,000 square feet.

Front Façade
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MARYLAND PLAZA TOWNHOMES 43 - 59 Maryland
PlazaSt. Louis, MO 63108
  • Project Information
  • Originally Single Family
  • Residences and then converted
  • into Commercial space in the 70s,
  • these beautiful historic homes
  • were then converted into multi
  • family Condominiums, bringing
  • back a residential feel to Maryland
  • Plaza. The development also
  • included the addition of three two
  • story garage structures to add the
  • modern convenience of covered
  • parking and storage for the new
  • owners. A Missouri Tax Credit
  • Project.

Development Rendering
Completed Development
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MARYLAND PLAZA TOWNHOMES 43 - 59 Maryland
PlazaSt. Louis, MO 63108
59 Maryland Plaza
55 Maryland Plaza
47 Maryland Plaza
43 Maryland Plaza
New Two-Story Garage Structures
Alley Side
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SAN SAI JAPANESE GRILLOver 20 Locations
Nationwide
1803 Maplewood Commons Dr., St. Louis, MO
Located at 208 N. 9th Street, St. Louis MO, 63101
in the Historic Paul Brown Building. Winner of a
Cityscape Award presented by the Downtown St.
Louis Partnership
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NADOZ CAFE12 The Boulevard Richmond
Heights, MO 63117

Fireplace View
Curved Wall
Frontline View
Booths
Display Cases
Dining Room
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PANERA BREAD (ST. LOUIS BREAD COMPANY)Over 300
Locations Nationwide

Entry/Ceiling Detail
Exterior Entry View
Frontline View
Freestanding Panera (Exterior View)
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BDS MONGOLIAN GRILLOver a dozen locations
nationwide
Dining Room View
Exterior Front Entry
Booth Seating
Hostess Station
33
THE CHASE PARK PLAZAHOTEL232 N. Kingshighway
Blvd.St. Louis, MO 63108
  • Project Information
  • Architect for the Historic
  • Renovation of the Chase Park
  • Plaza Hotel complete with food
  • service facilities, salon and spa,
  • meeting space, banquette
  • space, heated pool and movie
  • theater. Over 500,000 square
  • feet in 11 stories.

Café Eau
Exterior View
Hotel Lobby
Eau Bistro
Marquee Cafe
Lobby/Lounge
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THE PRIVATE RESIDENCES AT THE CHASE PARK
PLAZA232 N. Kingshighway Blvd.St. Louis, MO
63108
  • Project Information
  • Design Architect for the Historic
  • Renovation of the Park Plaza
  • Towers from apartment units into
  • 86 luxury condominiums. With
  • over 30 floor plans to choose from
  • ranging from 1,200-6,600 square
  • feet. 300,000 square feet total,
  • currently under construction.

Exterior View
Resident Lobby
New Custom Canopy
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THE PRIVATE RESIDENCES AT THE CHASE PARK
PLAZASpec Unit Models
Unit 1506 Greatroom
Unit 1007 Vanity
Unit 1101
Unit 1509 Oval Entry
Unit 1007 Bathroom
Unit 1101 Kitchen
Unit 1509 Kitchen
Unit 1506 Kitchen
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KLITZING WELSCH ASSOCIATESArchitects -
Interiors - Planners
  • Thank you for your time and consideration
  • We look forward to discussing your Architectural
    and Interior Design needs and invite you to view
    our website at www.klitzingwelsch.com
  • Principal Joe Klitzing
  • Phone 314.772.8073
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