Commonwealth Architects assisted in the adaptive reuse of the former Stuart Circle Hospital Complex, which consisted of the main hospital and multiple additions, for the One Monument Association. The rich detailing of the original building, designed by local architect, Charles Robinson, was rehabilitated and the grounds enhanced with increased garden areas and outdoor hardscapes. The former hospital floors were rehabilitated into a project of mixed-use, made up of 34 luxury apartments ranging in size from 1,500 square feet to 2,400 square feet, and first floor office suites. A parking deck for 250 cars was also included as a part of this project.
This urban hospital structure is located within Richmond’s Monument Avenue Historic District and was designed under the requirements of the Secretary of the Interiors “Standards for Rehabilitation.”