This residential project, situated on the site of the former St. Mary’s Catholic School, uses Conshohocken’s “blue-collar” history as the basis of its design. Inspiration was drawn from the roots of Conshohocken’s industrial history. Exposed structure, mechanical ductwork and sprinkler systems, large windows, high ceilings, wood floors and raw materials were pulled together to create a dynamic living environment with an industrial look. In the end, this entirely new building somehow feels as though it has been there before and renovated to the modern, urban residential block. This structure contains 22 high-end living units, a centrally located lounge and work-out room. A one-way parking garage was placed on the ground level, using the sloping site by entering on the lower end of the site and exiting on the upper portion of the site.