This is where you can see some of our work that we have done in the past. We will update our portfolio as we complete more jobs but you can follow along with our projects as they develop on our blog.

The Bell Tower at Patchwork Central


The 2010 Idea Home

The 2010 Idea Home was inspired by our Mayor Jonathan Weinzapfel who has had ongoing interest in revitalizing the Evansville, Indiana Historic District. The project also involved the dedication and leadership of Evansville Living President Todd Tucker. Architectural Renovators has worked extensively in the historic and preservation district including both residential and commercial buildings so it was a natural choice for the city to choose AR to be the general contractor. This Colonial Revival home, built in 1906, sitting at 620 Washington Avenue was on the Indiana Landmarks“10 Most Endangered” list so the structural damage both on the exterior and interior were extensive. Restoring the house to its original grandeur was a labor of love for many local craftsmen, interior designers, businesses investors, and volunteers. This is a great example of what a community can do when we join in a common vision.

The Marlocon

Michael Martin, owner of Architectural Renovators purchased a building that had been sitting empty for over 20 years and turned it into five luxury ultra modern condos. The building, formerly the Baynhams Shoe Store, is over 100 years old so a total interior demolition was necessary to uncover old plumbing and electrical plus the extent of water damage throughout experienced over time from rotted roofing and floor systems. Besides the five residential condos the building also includes two retail spaces on the first level and lower level. The retail spaces accessible from Main Street were developed to prepare for the ever increasing need for amenities in the downtown corridor.

The Arabella

This building on the corner of 3rd street and Main Street downtown Evansville, IN was renovated top to bottom by Architectural Renovators; creating four upscale high end condominiums and two retail spaces on the Main Street walkway. The Subway restaurant on its main floor occupying 1400 Square feet opening in Oct. of 2007 as work continued on the second and third floors. The restoration of the exterior included replacing the original design of the corer turret giving the building a historical and elegant façade. The exterior renovation also included ornate iron work on the four condominium private balconies. Iron work was fabricated by Evansville Iron Works, a sister company of Architectural Renovators. The condos have a modern loft concept with exposed brick and duct work, custom-made wood windows, bamboo flooring, granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances. The perfect mix of old and new with functionality.