Westminster Presbyterian Church: Butzer Building Renovations

HHL Architects developed a space study for this historic church property inclusive of the Butzer Building, now used as an Early Childhood School. A new design for an upgraded playground area and revamped landscaping comprises Phase I of this mutli-phased improvement project. Developed in conjunction with DWG Planning & Design, the new landscape provides multiple..

J.R. Barrington Building @ 686 Main Street

Originally a furniture store and later a jewelry store, 686 Main Street was a vacant three-story structure in downtown Buffalo’s Historic Theater District. This project restored the white glazed terra-cotta exterior and recreated the missing commercial store front of the 1920’s. The ground floor is comprised of commercial retail space, offices are on the second..

Buffalo Public School No. 80 Highgate Heights

HHL Architects completed work on the exterior masonry reconstruction, window replacement, and reroofing of the school to remediate any water infiltration into this existing structure. Interior work included patching plaster damage and painting all classrooms. The exterior masonry was tested extensively to determine the path of the water infiltration; it was found that the path..

Hyatt Regency Buffalo: Elevator Upgrades

HHL Architects was engaged by the Hyatt Regency Buffalo to upgrade and modernize three elevators and one additional elevator located in the attached four-story annex. Working with Schindler Elevator, HHL developed a design which incorporated innovative technologies to these 1970’s-era elevators, brightening the cab lighting and creating new interest for the patrons. The modern cab..

Cornell University: Risley Hall Accessible Path of Travel Study

HHL Architects performed an Accessibility Study at Prudence Risley Hall for Cornell University. HHL examined all the pathways on the exterior of the building as well all stairways, entry ways, exits, elevators, and transition spaces within the hall to ensure ADA compliance. HHL worked with Robert Silman & Associates, Van Deusen & Associates, United Spinal,..

Buffalo Center for Arts & Technology

HHL Architects was engaged to design the new home of the Buffalo Center for Arts & Technology (BCAT). It is located on the ground and lower levels of Artspace Buffalo Lofts, also designed by HHL. The BCAT is a collaboration between the Manchester Bidwell Corporation and Artspace Projects. It will house a variety of educational..

Belmont Shelter @ 19 Coe Place

Dilapidated and on the verge of demolition, this historic house was landmarked because of its distinct architectural character and the famous military figure who once lived there. This designation delayed demolition long enough for Belmont Housing Resources to take ownership and to revive the building. Belmont Housing Resources manages multiple affordable housing properties in the..

Artspace Trinidad Space to Create

The City of Trinidad is in Southern Colorado, near the border of New Mexico, approximately 3 hours from Denver. It was established in 1861 along the Santa Fe Trail, due on the booming coal mining economy of the mid-19th century. The Artspace Trinidad Lofts & Space to Create/Artspace Trinidad City Center is a multi-building, mixed-use,..

Alfred Village Hall Restoration

Alfred Village Hall Restoration

HHL Architects designed the first phase restoration of this historic 110-year-old former fireman’s hall building now used as the village hall and police station. The first phase of work included the replacement of the historically significant metal pressed roof tiles. Also included was the restoration of the clock tower, as well as wood window and..

Corpus Christi Church: North & South Tower Restorations

Corpus Christi Church: North & South Tower Restorations

HHL Architects was engaged to provide design and engineering services for the restoration of this historic church located in Buffalo’s East Side. The cornerstone of the Romanesque Revival church was laid in 1907. Built of Onondaga limestone faced with red Medina sandstone, Corpus Christi was designed by noted Buffalo architects Schmill and Gould. Clock/bell tower..