MILLER ARCHITECTURE NEWS:
Trigger, the office cat, turned 18 this spring. He has been in the last three Miller Architecture offices for more than 17 of those years.
One of James Train's last restaurants in Ohio has just been awarded an AIA Honor Award from the American Institute of Architects. James Train rejoined Miller Architecture in late 2009 after working in Ohio for 5 years. For the last five years James has been specializing in high quality restaurant design and medium size multi-family design.
Miller Architecture was voted Charlotte's Best Architect in the BOB Awards (Best of the Best) survey conducted by Charlotte Magazine for 2012.
Miller Architecture completed the expansion of our downtown offices. We now have room for additional staff and a product finishes showroom in the Suite adjacent to our office.
Miller Architecture has become a member of the U.S. Green Building Council.
Tony Miller has acheived LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) professional accrediation.
Miller Architecture has met the criteria of the Charlotte Housing Authority for their short list of Architects for upcoming projects.
Working drawings are complete for Phase II of Ballantyne Commons, a 374 Apartment Complex in Hendersonville, NC.
Miller Architecture has begun Working Drawings for a 20acre $30M Off-Campus Student Housing Resort near the UNC Charlotte campus for Sanctuary Properties.
The 8100sf CHINA BUFFET restaurant in the University Place area of Charlotte opened in late November. Dining was relocated into an an addition to make room for the numberous buffet tables and make-to-order Sushi and Hibaci stations. Construction has begun on CHINA BUFFET restaurant renovations in Salisbury, NC and design work has begun for a 9200sf restaurant in Asheville, NC.
Working Drawings are complete for Phase I of The Village at South Fork a mixed-use apartment complex of 374 units on a bend of the South Fork of the Catawba River across from McAdenville, NC. Working Drawings will begin soon for similar Apartment Communities in Asheville, NC and Belmont, NC.
Construction is complete on GAULDEN MONUMENTS new retail building in Rock Hill, SC. A dedicationtook place in September 2012.
Construction is complete for the first 200 apartments of BALLANTYNE COMMONS an apartment complex in Hendersonville, NC.
Construction is complete on a major home addition to the Lance Kinerk residence in the Dilworth neighborhood of Charlotte, NC.
A Miller Architecture custom Mountain Cabin is complete and occupied on Lake James in North Carolina.
Cranford Towns townhome complex on Park Road completed in October 2011 on schedule and under budget.
Construction is complete on the first of a series of speculative Urban Infill homes on Yale Road off Park Road in the Myers Park Community.
South End Towns an urban infill Townhome-Land-for-Sale project abutting the Camden Transit Station and Charlotte Trolley Museum on the Blue Line of the new Charlotte Transit System finished just in time for new buyers to close before the home owner tax credit expired. The Charlotte Planning Department is using a photo of it in their Transit Oriented Development presentations.
Presales for 2 area multi-family projects designed by Miller Architecture are underway with Helen Adams Realty and My Townhome. Production drawings are underway for one of these projects.
Construction Drawings are completed on a Custom Home for Purvis & Latica Anderson in Derita, NC.
Design has begun on an Apartment Development adjacent to the Matthews North Carolina Town Hall in the new Urban Center Development.
Miller Architecture is designing a new Swimming Pool, Poolhouse, Theater, Gaming Arcade and other outdoor amenites in a Resort Community in Pinehurst, NC. Phase VI is under Construction and nearing completion.
1225 South Church Phase I construction is complete and the first 200 apartments are nearly full.
Production Drawings for Stonehaven Inn & Conference Center resort in Jefferson, NC have been delayed.
Come back to the website often to what exciting projects Miller Architecture will be working on next.