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Ebersoldt Associates

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housing
(cc) photo by medhead on Flickr
mill supply apartments
palmer assisted living
oak meadows apartments
copper gate / autumn ridge apartments
st. cloud apartments
nassau bay apartments
leather trades artists lofts
metropolitan artists lofts
arcade building
eads square senior apartments
702 main street
specialized diversity



- founded in 2007 by Vincent Ebersoldt

- located in St. Louis, Missouri

- specializing in all aspects of housing with a particular focus on affordable and historic
multi-family developments

- ongoing experience in 18 states and capabilities in all 48 states in the continental U.S.

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ebersoldt + associates architecture
is a creative, energetic firm composed of highly
talented and artistic individuals who are bound together by the common goal of
improving the built and natural environment while striving to exceed the
expectations and objectives of our clients. We are passionate about providing
imaginitive and innovative solutions for all types of housing.
who we are:
what we do:
ebersoldt + associates architecture
is recognized as a leader in Multi-Family, Affordable, Historic Adaptive Re-use, Senior, Student, Hotel, Supportive, Skilled Nursing & Assisted Living, Mixed-use and Urban In-fill Residential architecture.
vincent w. ebersoldt, aia - principal

- Vince brings over 20 years of experience
- responsible for the design of nearly 5,500 affordable multi-family housing units and
2,500 urban lofts throughout the midwest
- has worked with and utilized HUD, LIHTC, and several other subsidy programs.
charles m. reitzel, aia, ncarb, LEED AP- senior project manager/architect
- Chuck brings well over a decade of experience
- responsible for the design and administration of 3,500 housing units
- has worked and utilized HUD, LIHTC, and several other subsidy programs.
paul g. hohmann, aia, LEED AP - senior project manager/architect
- Paul brings nearly 20 years of specialized experience
- responsible for the design and administration of over 2,500 urban lofts, over 3,500
multi-family housing units, more than 150 single family homes, student housing, and
senior housing
adam t. pickett, aaia, LEED green associate - project manager/architect
- Adam brings over 8 years of specialized experience
- responsible for the design, coordination and administration of over 1,500 multi-
family housing units, student housing, and senior housing.
- has worked and utilized HUD and LIHTC programs
melissa a. cox aia, - project manager/architect
- Melissa brings over 8 years of specialized experience
- responsible for the design, coordination and administration of over 1,500
multi-family housing units, student housing, and senior housing.
- has worked with and utilized HUD and LIHTC programs
matthew j. shaver, aaia, LEED green associate - project manager/architect
Matt brings over 4 years of specialized experience in all types of housing design with an emphasis on affordable housing, historic adaptive reuse and urban in-fill projects. He has been responsible for the coordination and administration of over 1,000 multi-family housing units, student housing, and senior housing.

•site selection consulting

•planning and zoning consulting

•master planning

•physical needs assessments

•historic tax credit consulting
- national historic register nomination and placement
- part 1 eligibility assessments
- part 2 applications for tax credit
- part 3 architectural verification


•existing conditions analysis and documentation

•multi-family housing


- lihtc
•new construction family
•acquisition rehab
•re-syndication
•historic renovation
•historic adaptive reuse
- market rate
- historic adaptive reuse

•senior housing
- lihtc
•new construction independent
•acquisition rehab
•historic renovation
•historic adaptive reuse
- market rate
- ccrc- assisted living
- skilled nursing
- historic renovation
- historic adaptive reuse

•student housing

- new construction
•dormitories
•student apartment
•fraternity / sorority
•student life facilities
- renovation
- historic adaptive reuse

•single family housing
- custom
- production housing
- historic renovation

•hospitality
- boutique hotels
•new construction
•renovations
•historic adaptive reuse
the architect's role
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