Recent Projects

Pyron Law Firm 

The Pyron Law Firm has been in downtown Seminole on Oak Street since the 1980's. The Chase Building, built in 1927, at 207 East Oak Street, quickly underwent a complete transformation inside and out. Originally, the façade was mostly glass with two tall windows and a tall glass door and brick edges. Above the door, were three small transom windows. In the 1950’s, most of the original façade was replaced with glass blocks. Only some brick remained. A large wooden awning with shingles had also placed on to the facade, covering most of the upper half. Removal of all non-original materials from the façade was the first step in transforming this building. The awning and glass blocks were removed leaving what was left of the original brick in place. New brick, color and size matching original building material, were set. Large windows were put back on the façade, as well as three small windows along top of the new section with cast concrete window ledges. Lantern style lighting, a handmade, custom copper awning and a 1930’s speakeasy-style door were also added. 

Façade Before

Freight House Market

101 North Main Street. By far the most creative, adaptive reuse of a property in the area to date. Previously the historic train depot loading dock, this building hadn’t had a use since the 80’s. You can find antiques, homemade goods and sewn items, refinished furniture clothing and more at Freight House Market. Located within a few yards of our historic train depot, home to Don Ciro’s restaurant, this pair creates a hub at the South End of Main Street.

Cupp Building 

Built in 1903, this historic building has brought new life to Seminole Main Street Inc. District. The owners, Jamie and J.R. Cupp, participated in our Façade Grant program in 2014 and drastically changed the appearance of this building. Removal of tin, brick repair and lots of painting were just some of the façade rehab that took place. Today, Butterfly Boutique and Kalico Kitchen generate business at the busy corner of Broadway and Main Street. 

Vickie's Nutrition Store 

Vickie's Nutrition Strore is located at 222 N. Main Street in Seminole. This is the first major exterior renovation for the estimated 80 year old building. The new renovation included exterior metal removal, HardieTrim® front design, new signage, new awning, and new exterior paint. The six-week construction project began on March 27, 2016 and was completed on May 12, 2016. Trinity Banks Development was the construction company that worked on the project. Vickie’s Nutrition Store has been in the current location for 23 years and been in business for 30 years.

Phelps Law & Title 

Phelps Law and Title Office underwent a full façade renovation in September 2015. The project included removal of the metal awning, new windows, new doors, paint, custom awnings, exterior lighting and custom signage. Jernigen Construction was the construction company that worked on the project that was completed in June 2016.    


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