Hive Architects Relocates to Rosemary District

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Hive Architects has announced the relocation of its architectural practice to the revitalized Sarasota Rosemary District. The architectural practice of Joe Kelly, AIA, and Gwen Leroy-Kelly, AIA, occupies 1,500 square feet on the northwest corner of the BOTA Center. The mid-century building, formally known as the Baker Badcock Furniture Store and historically designated by the City of Sarasota in 2017, serves as a modern background for the architectural firm. Owner and developer Howard Davis of Latitude 27 hired Hive Architects Inc. in 2016 to renovate the building shell and consequently to provide architectural services for all tenant improvement work including AdRizer, iStage Homes and [STRANG] Architecture, as well as Hive Architects’ own studio space. The firm’s body of work includes residential architecture, interior design, and private commercial projects with a focus on regional modernism.

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