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Bill and Kathy Frazier were both presenters at Planning Michigan, the Michigan Association of Planning’s 2017 Annual Conference, held at Mackinac Island in September. The Michigan Association of Planning is the state’s leading planning organization with nearly 3,500 members including citizens appointed to planning commissions and zoning boards of appeal. Nearly 1,000 of its members […]
Join Frazier Associates for a Design Open House- available for potential commercial or residential projects. Click on link for more details or call us at 540-886-6230 to make an appointment: DESIGN OPEN HOUSE: Sept. 8th, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Recently listed on the Virginia Landmarks Register of Historic Places, Montgomery Hall Park is noted for its architectural character, as well as its significant ties to the African American community in Staunton and statewide. John Howe Peyton, a Princeton-educated lawyer who moved to Staunton in 1808, originally owned the 800 acre plantation, which consisted of […]
Since 1986, Frazier Associates has been a leader in helping communities and individuals enhance their downtowns, neighborhoods, homes, and buildings. As a full-service architecture, planning, and historic preservation consulting firm, downtown revitalization, adaptive reuse, historic preservation, urban infill, and community planning are hallmarks of our work. Frazier Associates’ team of historic architects, planners and architectural […]
Undertaking a building project can be a rewarding but complicated task. An architect can make each stage go more smoothly and add value to the project. Whether it is new construction or renovation of an existing building – residential or commercial – there are hundreds of decisions to make, options to evaluate, and codes and […]
Join Frazier Associates staff on Friday, April 28th to discuss the possibilities for design of your commercial or residential project, or the potential of using historic rehabilitation tax credits. Contact the office to schedule an appointment for a free one hour meeting. To learn more about the historic rehabilitation tax credits, read more at our […]
The April issue of Abode magazine features an article on Monticola, an impressive 1850s Virginia home. Frazier Associates provided architectural and historic rehabilitation tax credit services for the project. Read more at https://frazierassociates.com/portfolio-item/monticola/ And check out the Abode article here: http://www.c-ville.com/april-abode-monticola-a-fine-albemarle-estate-turns-back-the-clock/#.WO0z9Y61ujh
The Sears Hill Bridge dates from circa 1905 when the present train station, designed by noted local architect T. J. Collins, was erected. The rare iron truss pedestrian bridge is a contributing structure in the Wharf Historic District and is listed on the Virginia Landmarks Register and the National Register of Historic Places. The bridge […]