There is no better time than now to embrace the season of giving and the Rosemann & Associates team has generously set out to spread their cheer and to help better the community by bringing smiles to people in need.
Rosemann’s St. Louis office is a strong supporter of St. Louis Women in Architecture. A subset of AIA St. Louis, it aims to help women in architecture build their peer network. Their mission statement reads, “In an inspiring and safe environment, we look to help women grow personally and professionally and navigate the unique challenges they face in the profession. We strive to both improve the St. Louis community and promote architecture to a new generation of women."
Rosemann St. Louis Team was on the track early in the morning on October 28th taking steps in a noncompetitive 3 to 5 mile walk for the Annual American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Cancer Walk. St. Louis' Forest Park was covered in pink while thousands of people united as a community to honor breast cancer survivors, raise awareness about the disease and give donations to save lives.
Charless Place, a 71-unit independent senior living development situated on eight-acres in the City of St. Louis, combines the historic renovation of the original Charless Home built in 1853 with a newly constructed addition.
Construction has begun on tiny houses at several St. Louis-area schools where they are debuting a “Geometry in Construction” course this year. This tiny house project is inspired not only by the increased popularity of small dwellings but more importantly by the alternative movement to fill a gap in transitional housing for the homeless.
Elected officials and city staff attended the grand opening celebration of Pendleton Flats apartment community on October 25. Local representatives in attendance included City Manager Troy Schulte, and Kansas City councilman Quinton Lucas, Jermaine Reed and Scott Wagner, as well as Housing Authority Kansas City leaders Donovan Mouton and Ed Lowndes. Attending from Rosemann & Associates, P.C. were CEO Donald Rosemann, COO Scott Rosemann, and Architects Edward English and Zachary Arand.
This contemporary 30-unit mixed income development in the Paseo Gateway neighborhood on Kansas City's east side is a gut rehab of an aging and partially vacant property. Its eye-catching makeover brings many positive components to the neighborhood with a new exterior design, secure and off-street parking & intercom entry system, bike racks, landscaped courtyard, private balconies, Energy Star appliances, and on-site management. Pendleton Flats is conveniently located near transportation, parks, cultural institutions, and job centers.
Rosemann & Associates, P.C. was excited to provide the architecture and design services for this beautiful renovation. Chicago-based owner Brinshore Development, LLC., collaborated with 4-Sight Construction and the support of local partners including the Housing Authority of Kansas City, Affordable Housing of Kansas City, Inc., Kansas City, Missouri, United Way, and Local Initiatives Support Corporation to complete this project. Financing involved tax credits from the Missouri Housing Development Commission and a HUD Choice Neighborhood grant.
This $4.5 million transformation is the second phase of the Paseo Gateway revitilization effort. In the next year, Brinshore and the Housing Authority of Kansas City will launch three additional replacement housing projects in the Paseo Gateway Choice area. The development was designed and constructed to comply with the Enterprise Green Communities Certification standards.
September 28, 2017 marked the 25th anniversary of Missouri Growth Association’s (MGA) Fall Networking Event, the commercial real estate industry’s largest event held in St. Louis, Missouri.
Don Rosemann, Founder and President/CEO of Rosemann & Associates, P.C. attended this year’s National Investment Center (NIC) Conference held in Chicago last week. Over 3,000 leaders in the senior housing and licensed care industry attended, exchanging ideas, identifying trends, sharing research, and networking with owners, operators, financial partners, investors, general contractors, consultants, and brokers.
Rosemann has developed a robust practice in senior living/licensed care with an emphasis on assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing. This conference expands our knowledge, content and involvement to provide our clients with architectural designs that embrace the latest design trends and compliance standards.
Rosemann's St. Louis studio recently welcomed Erin Wright to its team. A native of St. Louis, Erin became interested in architecture at a young age in grade school. Early on she participated in the high school architecture discovery program at Washington University and she had the opportunity to take studio courses and live on campus.
Erin was previously a project manager for Capital Consultants where she reviewed architectural plans and specifications and performed construction progress inspections as well as analysis of physical needs inspections. Prior to joining Capital Consultants Inc. in 2010, Erin served as Vice President of Design for Checkmate Design. Her experience includes design of residential projects ranging from single family homes to multi-story apartment buildings, and various commercial projects.
Erin graduated from Washington University with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and has been a licensed architect since 2013. She is a LEED Accredited Professional and served as a board member for the St. Louis Cultural Resources Office Preservation Board.
Erin enjoys yoga, embroidery, cooking, brewing beer, and time with her family. Welcome Erin!
Rosemann’s Vice President/Studio Director Jarrett Cooper and Architect Brittany Layton of St. Louis participated in the Bethesda Hospice Care 5K Memorial Walk/Run this summer at Queeny Park in Ballwin, MO.
This is an annual event in which families, friends, and community members unite to commemorate loved ones who have passed.
During the closing ceremony, the participants tied their race ribbons to a ‘Celebration of Life’ unity wreath. Charitable contributions from the race support Bethesda’s services and programs.