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Historic

The Park Country Club of Buffalo: Interiors Space Plan Study

HHL Architects developed a Clubhouse Interiors Study in 2009 for the Park Country Club, built in 1927 and designed by revered clubhouse architect Clifford C. Wendehack. The magnificent 50,200 sq. ft. structure was designed in the English Scholastic Style with Gothic Tudor influence and its beautiful interior spaces remain virtually unaltered for the past 80+..

The Park Country Club of Buffalo: West End Modernization

In the Summer of 2013, the construction of the West End Modernization project at Park Country Club was completed. This culminated from the Grille Expansion Study that HHL prepared in 2011. The project comprised of a 5,3000 sq. ft. addition and interior renovations to the 1927-built English Scholastic Style Clubhouse. The Club’s desire was for..

The Park Country Club of Buffalo: Facilities Condition Study

HHL Architects developed a Facilities Condition Study in 2008 for the Park Country Club, comprised of the 1927-built English Scholastic Style Clubhouse structure, all accessory buildings (pool bathhouse, maintenance facilities, golf course), including vehicle and foot-bridges on the golf course. Designed by acclaimed clubhouse architect Clifford C. Wendehack, the 50,200 sq.ft. Gothic-Tudor inspired Clubhouse is..


Henry’s @ Kleinhans Music Hall

HHL Architects designed this multi-function venue which expands the design vocabulary established by Eliel and Eero Saarinen with Charles Eames in 1940. Located in the lower level of National Historic Landmark; Kleinhans Music Hall, this flexible space provides a 125 seat capacity for fine dining, private parties, seminars or meetings, and is supported by a..

The Buffalo Club Renovations & Expansion

The historic Buffalo Club, located at 388 Delaware Avenue, completed construction for a three-story, 13,000 sq. ft. addition, a two story ‘infill’ addition, and interior renovations and restoration of the 1898 natatorium, designed originally by E.B. Green. The three-story addition includes a Spa/Wellness Center, children’s and women’s locker rooms, guest sleeping rooms and an international..

Packard Building Apartments

HHL Architects designed this mixed-use low income housing project for working families. The developer has constructed numerous housing projects in the northeast US, but this was their first project in Buffalo. The project involves the adaptive reuse of the National Register-listed automobile showroom and multi-story vehicle storage building into 40 one, two, and three bedroom..

Benedict House

HHL Architects designed a conversion of this historic former U.S. Marine Hospital, designed by James Knox Taylor in 1908, into a residence for individuals living with AIDS. The facility includes 24 private rooms, 4 studio apartments, and common dining and living rooms to provide a variety of residential accommodations. Major original architectural features were retained..

Artspace Buffalo Lofts

HHL Architects designed this mixed-use low income housing project for local artists and their families. The developer has constructed many of these around the country but this was the first Artspace project in New York State. The project involves the adaptive reuse of the historic Buffalo Electric Vehicle Co. Building, turning the daylit factory building..

Williams-Butler Mansion Restoration & Adaptive Reuse

Williams-Butler Mansion Restoration & Adaptive Reuse

HHL Architects developed the restoration and a number of adaptive reuse designs of this historic McKim, Mead & White designed mansion, the home for the Butler family, owners of The Buffalo News during the early 20th century. It is located at the corner of Delaware Avenue and North Street in the Allentown neighborhood of downtown..