Community Design Alliance | Mercantile Atrium
Community Design Alliance strives to support and inspire the revitalization of the City of Hamilton and all greater Butler County communities by offering effective architectural and interior design solutions through partnerships of public and private entities to leverage creative and cost effective solutions.
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Mercantile Atrium

Date

Completed: April 2011

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Residential
About

The Mercantile Lofts were designed by Cleveland architects Sanvick Architects for Coon Restoration and began leasing residential apartments in 2011.  CDA was the first commercial office to move into the building and Mike and Cindy have both become very involved in the ongoing success of the Mercantile Block project.  Cindy has selected colors and finishes for the Atrium and public spaces and created a Model Apartment to show prospective tenants.  The grand Atrium is a breathtaking space with a 3 story skylight, reproduced plaster molding and original and new woodwork.  Done in shades of golds and cream, the soaring atrium space is a hidden gem which is often used for community events.  The building also includes a minor atrium, accessible to the Live/Work apartments, which serves as common gathering space and is furnished as an “outdoor patio”, including trees in planters.