Developer: John Carroll
Architect: Ankrom Moisan Associated Architects
Contractor: Howard S. Wright Construction
133 residential units
742 to 3,334 sf
Parking: Above grade
Gregory Lofts is a tribute to older, East Coast buildings built in the style of the 20’s and 30’s with heavy art deco style detailing, rounded corners, massive frieze patterns and a beautiful entry pediment design. At 12 stories, it was the tallest mixed use project in the Pearl when it was built in 2001. It has some of the most dramatic urban terraces which are beautifully detailed with heavy stone rail and pier accents. A mixed use building, it includes 3 floors of office space in the east wing, a large common use terrace on the 5th floor and retail on the ground floor. Placing all parking above ground allows the 1st level of residential to start on the 5th floor and the 3 levels of parking are nicely disguised with windows and ornamental stonework.