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Interstate Flats

April 12, 2017


We recently completed the new Interstate Flats in midtown and Mike Sinclair caught some beautiful photos just before the holidays. Located along Kansas City’s historic Amour Boulevard, the Interstate Flats were home to the Interstate Bakeries Corporation Headquarters from 1952 until it’s relocation to Texas in 2009. In 2013 Chicago-based developer Silliman Group seized the [...]

2017 SEED Award

February 21, 2017


In late January, the reStart Housing project in Kansas City was named a 2017 SEED Design Award honorable mention winner. Selected for excellence in Public Interest Design through a competitive jury process, reStart was recognized among projects in Bolivia, Ecuador, Ghana, Nepal, Palestine, South Africa, and the UK. The international competition was hosted by Design [...]

eldo designs new housing in Lawrence

February 2, 2017


During the past 10 years, a series of adaptive re-use projects in Warehouse Arts District of East Lawrence has hosted an organic mix of creative businesses, light industrial uses, artist studios, incubation spaces and galleries. Its industrial urban fabric and contemporary vibe serves as an extension to the eclectic neighborhood culture of East Lawrence and [...]

7540 Washington Street

January 11, 2016


In close collaboration with reStart inc., Botwin Commercial Development and A.L. Huber Construction, el dorado recently completed a new multi-unit housing development in Waldo, a historically diverse and inclusive urban neighborhood located seven miles south of downtown Kansas City. Unlike typical apartment buildings, this project plays a unique and important role in its community.

Commerce Street Lofts

September 28, 2015


We’re gearing up to start construction on another mixed-use residential project in Wichita, in the South Commerce Street Arts District. Commerce Street Lofts is a trio of 33,750 square-foot interconnected buildings, originally built in 1930 and used as a warehouse for plumbing supplies. Railroad tracks running along the buildings’ east facade once provided efficient distribution [...]