The Mustard Seed

Owners Andrea and Sal Parco wished to update their successful Mustard Seed Restaurant in Mount Pleasant, SC. The Middleton Group provided architectural consulting and interior design renovation for the existing 2,500 sf building. Our interior work included furniture selection and layout, seating design, fabric selection, window treatments, bar design, paint colors and artwork. To create..

Beacon Community Bank

The Middleton Group collaborated with Hill Construction to complete Beacon Community Bank’s first branch location, located in an existing 2,000 sf suite on East Bay Street.  The design team worked together to create the bank’s vision for a space that is innovative and welcoming, and that breaks the “mold” of the typical bank environment.  The space..

Wambaw Creek Flex

The Middleton Group designed two new sister buildings, approximately 22,000 sf total, as flex office and warehouse space in the Clements Ferry Road corridor of Charleston. The designs utilize a combination of two structural systems; a metal building structure was an economical solution for the main building mass, whereas, the front section was built of..

Marquis Station

On the corner of East Montague and Virginia Avenue sits Marquis Station, a multi-use suite of buildings acquired by Cityvolve to continue to support and revitalize the Park Circle Business District. The site was previously owned by a mechanical contractor and consisted of 5 existing structures ranging from a two story masonry building to a..

Boulineau’s Mixed-Use

Currently under construction, the 23,000 sf building consists of retail on the first floor and 3 floors of apartments above. A total of 15 apartments, each with a private balcony, are accessed from an internal corridor and a central elevator lobby.

4151 Spruill Avenue

The Middleton Group updated this 1970s office building to a new modern look and function. The exterior was updated with cedar wood slats at the entrances and new storefront, while the brick and the metal roof were painted to modern neutrals. New punched windows on the second floor enhance the look of the exterior while..

Blue Acorn

The project design responds to the work culture of Blue Acorn with an open office concept and flexible work pods fostering a collaborative work environment. The project is an adaptive reuse of an industrial metal building warehouse into technology sector office space. The primary programmatic elements were to provide plentiful, controlled daylight to what was..