A Typical Colonial Gets an Addition to Accommodate a Family of Today

With the extra kitchen and outdoor deck space, this once cramped home has plenty of room to spread out.

With the sun room/ master bath addition complete, preparations are made to the rear of the home for the kitchen addtion.

This familiar Richmond colonial needs added square footage to make room for a new master bathroom and kitchen.

This Hanover Ave. multi-family is on it’s way to modernization.


This 1908 model row house has seen its share of renovations over the years.  Now it’s time to turn back the clock as S.B. Cox Demolition takes the interior down to the brick walls and floor joists.

Architect: 510_architects

Kitchen improvements to a Duncan Lee classic on Monument Avenue

From frame to finish, this beautiful Monument Ave. home has finally gotten the kitchen it deserves.

The first phase of the project required the installation of steel beams by Hermitage Steel Company to support the existing second story brick walls.  Southern Brick Contractors, Inc. took care of the temporary shoring and demolition.


Fan Transformation from Multi-Family to Single Family

This fan home was originally built as a multi-family in 1921.  Its unique floor plan will make way for grand spaces as it undergoes a complete “gut” renovation.

Making of a Grand Fireplace (and Family Room)

This West End home has endless potential in a family room with a dated fireplace problem.