Union Mill Adaptive Reuse

Project Details:
Client:Marks, Thomas Architects
City, State:Baltimore, MD
Size:86,000 sq. ft.
Sector(s):LEED & Green Program, Mixed-Use
Service(s) Performed:Commissioning, Design/Engineer

The Union Mill Adaptive Reuse project involved the redevelopment of the largest historic stone mill in the State of Maryland. The mill, built in 1886 known historically as “Druid Mill” was renamed “Union Mill”.

Allen & Shariff was responsible for the LEED MEP Engineering, Energy Modeling and Pre-Requisite Commissioning services for this vacant structure that was converted to a vibrant mixed-use project consisting of a combination of non-profit office space, residential units (54 teacher’s apartments), a restaurant, and support spaces.   The building contains 29,500 SF office space, 5,900 SF restaurant and 52,320 SF residential.

Union Mill was designed to achieve LEED Gold.

The project is modeled on Miller’s Court that Allen & Shariff also completed that received multiple awards.

In May 2012, this project received the 2012 Historic Preservation Award from Baltimore Heritage.

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