Lloyd Building | University of Virginia

Located on UVA’s historic “Corner” in Charlottesville, VA, the Lloyd building was originally built in 1896 as a private residence and converted to commercial use in 1928 with a large addition known as the Minor Court Building. The space has long served as a gathering place for those in the community and with the renovation it will provide that same atmosphere for University students.

KH is providing, survey, assessment, analysis, and complete structural renovation/repair services for the historic Lloyd Building. Most recently housing the student bookstore, the renovation will include areas for rehearsal and performance space under a new student-designed plan. The transformed building will also include a lounge area, food service options and safe meeting areas for students that live on and off campus.

Located on UVA’s historic “Corner” in Charlottesville, VA, the Lloyd building was originally built in 1896 as a private residence and converted to commercial use in 1928 with a large addition known as the Minor Court Building. The space has long served as a gathering place for those in the community and with the renovation it will provide that same atmosphere for University students.

KH is providing, survey, assessment, analysis, and complete structural renovation/repair services for the historic Lloyd Building. Most recently housing the student bookstore, the renovation will include areas for rehearsal and performance space under a new student-designed plan. The transformed building will also include a lounge area, food service options and safe meeting areas for students that live on and off campus.

CLIENT: Nalls Architecture, Inc.
LOCATION: Charlottesville, VA

TYPE: Academic, Historic, SERVICES: Adaptive Reuse, Renovation, MATERIALS: SUSTAINABILITY: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Renderings © Nalls Architecture

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