Bremik Construction and SERA Architects delivered Slabtown Flats, situated where the single-family Victorian homes of the Alphabet District converge with industrial warehouses. Slabtown Flats is constructed with wood framing upon post-tensioned concrete podiums to provide 88 market-rate units in a six-story, brick-and-iron-clad structure. Amenities in this 84,000 sf, mixed-use development included a fitness center, game room, and rooftop terrace. Mechanized vehicle and bike parking are available and retail on the ground level included a coffee lounge. Reclaimed wood and copper-plated fixtures line the entries, hallways, and amenity spaces, providing context to the neighborhood’s architectural history. Salvaged wood from the site’s original tavern was utilized to create a custom shuffleboard for the lounge on the top floor.