New Project Update! Check out this video rendering of the historical restoration & adaptive reuse to the Stehli Silk Mill, in Lancaster PA.
Originally built in 1897, the current complex of buildings is on the National Register of Historic Places. Most of the structures are three stories, with the main long structure along Martha Ave. being in excess of 900 feet long, making it the longest structure east of the Mississippi when it was constructed.
Plans call for the development of approximately 130 apartment units, consisting of mostly singles, and some doubles. Additionally, a brew pub is planned for the old women’s cafeteria, which is a single story structure with a clerestory and exposed steel truss roof framing system. Ancillary structures related to the former boiler building may be utilized to provide amenity spaces for the residents, as well as space for some smaller retail or office tenants.
CAM Construction is leading Design-Build services on the project for Lancaster Mills LLC.
The Pontiac Mills Development project is the adaptive reuse of more than 20 separate historic textile mill buildings, into a mixed-use complex. This historic redevelopment is comprised of over 50,000 sf of office/retail space and 135 residential rental apartments, along the banks of the Pawtuxet River in Warwick, RI.
Originally built in 1963, this development has been declared a Nationally Registered Historic District and is approved as a historic structure from both the State of Rhode Island and the National Park Service.
CAM performed Pre-Construction and is completing Construction Management services to this project. The final buildings are set to be complete within the upcoming months.