SK Collaborative provides green building certification and consulting services throughout the US and Internationally. Please review some of our current and completed projects.
This 212 unit apartment complex is slated for workforce housing in the city of New Orleans. The ground floor with have over 13,000 SF of retail space. Close proximity to a new hospital and the highway, this project will help buffer the neighborhood from the nearby interstate and increase the... Read More
City Club Apartments is developing a new 17 story apartment building targeting moderate income individuals who are being priced out of downtown Minneapolis. Featuring 307 apartments including studios, and incorporating the 3500 square foot historic Handicraft Guild Building as a restaurant,... Read More
City Lights Phase II is a continuation of the improvement of the Boulevard corridor near downtown Atlanta. This project is 96 unit, four story affordable development located close to the Atlanta Beltline and Ponce City Market, the Old Fourth Ward Park, Atlanta Medical Center, and downtown... Read More
A tree-lined cobblestone driveway and a “secret garden” theme will greet the first residents of Modera Sandy Springs, a luxury apartment community on Roswell Road near the Abernathy Greenway Park in Sandy Springs.
The now-vacant property that sits to the east of the historic Walton Cotton Mill is set to be redeveloped into a 74-unit active adult community for residents 62+.
City Club Crossroads will be a mixed use development involving an entire block of underutilized real estate in downtown Kansas City, Missouri. The project will include 280 apartments in a new building and in a newly rehabilitated historic Midwest Hotel, a restaurant, and 10,000 square feet of... Read More
Water Tower Park is a 72 unit affordable senior development in rural Gray, Georgia. A collection of 18 four unit, one story buildings, this project provides comfortable, efficient, and healthy housing for older residents living on fixed incomes in this community near Macon, Georgia.