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The Carriage House

After years of dreaming, planning, financing, and lots of praying, we are so excited to announce our newest Wren & Willow project: a 21,000 square foot multi-use building!


We are calling it The Carriage House, and it is located across the street from our current building on North Pearl Street.  The Carriage House will be home to the Wren & Willow offices, and will provide urban living, a rooftop event space, a local artisan retail shop, and a boutique bakery!

 

We are excited that this dream is finally a reality, and we cannot wait to introduce you to The Carriage House. 

Framing the First Floor
Framing the First Floor

Every nail and beam gets us one step closer to making this dream a reality.

Getting the Grandkids Involved
Getting the Grandkids Involved

The grandchildren proudly hold The Carriage House plans while wearing their customized hard hats.

Social Distancing
Social Distancing

We are working hard to keep our employees and clients safe during this difficult time.

Framing the First Floor
Framing the First Floor

Every nail and beam gets us one step closer to making this dream a reality.

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What is a carriage house?

Historically, a carriage house was built to house carriages, horses, and tack. It sometimes had a second story where the coachman would live. Many carriage houses around the country have been restored and remodeled into apartment buildings, businesses, and restaurants. Some were even turned into speakeasies in the 1920s.

While we are building a new carriage house from ground up, we look forward to keeping the tradition of a stable theme with a nod to the historical significance of a true working carriage house.