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THE BLVD SARASOTA, LLC:
THE BLVD SARASOTA, LLC, is a 49 unit luxury condominium project in an 18-story building, with a 7,250 square foot restaurant on the ground floor, located on the southeast corner of Tamiami Trail and Boulevard of the Arts in Sarasota, Florida in the heart of the city’s vibrant downtown arts district. The project’s site plan has been formally approved and the building permit is in process. Construction is expected to be commenced in the first quarter of 2018, with completion in late summer of 2019. The virtual reality sales center on the site at 500 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, Florida is now open for pre-sale reservations through Key Solutions Real Estate, Inc. Cotton & Company is the marketing company and Imerza is providing virtual reality software for the sales effort. The architect and civil engineer is Stantec and the general contractor is BCBE Construction out of Naples, Florida. See the project’s website at www.blvdsarasota.com for more detailed information.

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Peck's Plaza – 1983-1984: Peck's Plaza, located in Kansas City, Missouri, and built in 1914, served Kansas City for many years as a prominent department store, the George B. Peck Dry Goods Company. The 11-story building with 89,000 rentable square feet is listed on the National Register of Historical Places. Mr. Daves was hired as the project architect and worked with a local architectural firm (PBNA) to develop the base building. Renovation cost was $4,000,000. The architectural design of Peck's Plaza is an intriguing mixture of both commercial and classically decorative styles.

Scarritt Arcade 1984-1985: Scarritt Arcade, located in the Central Business District of Kansas City, Missouri, has been recognized as a landmark listed in the National Register of Historical Places. The Scarritt Arcade was built in 1904 and has 24,500 square feet. It is unique with its 4-story light courts. While this arrangement from a practical standpoint wastes space, it provides a highly unusual and, to many people, highly desirable visual amenity which cannot be found in most newer buildings. A building such as the Scarritt Arcade creates a variety of images, including those of quality and stability associated with heritage and longevity. Kevin Daves was the project architect and Solomon Claybaugh were the local architects.