The Wheel House development is a collection of manufacturing buildings that has been adapted for office and light manufacturing use and that share parking and amenities. The industrial nature of the complex along with the concrete and masonry structures is a perfect fit for loft style offices and work spaces similar to those found in big cities such as New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles. The design and branding identifies with the history of the buildings and site. The exterior style is a modern minimalist aesthetic that uses industrial colors and materials. The interior is high ceilings with white walls and concrete and steel being exposed. New windows allow daylighting and new mechanical and electrical service and units along with access to the EPB gig internet provide an efficient, healthy and inspirational environment. The location at Main Street and Holtzclaw provides easy access to Interstate 24, Southside, UTC, Erlanger and the CBD and Innovation District. New development is underway with the adjacent properties of the Mill and the Sculpture Park. Many contractors we work with are in the area including TU Parks, Raines Brothers, Collier Construction and JDH Roofing. In summary, this is a solid area for development. Hefferlin + Kronenberg is the architect for both Set in Stone and the Wheel House LLC and we have utilized our successful renovation experience with projects such as Warehouse Row, Smile Studio, and Chattz The Block in developing the designs for the Wheel House. We are pleased to make 1216 East Main the new home of Hefferlin + Kronenberg Architects and to be sharing collaborative space with other talented makers and professionals.