Living Spaces

Whether we're building new apartment towers, renovating historic spaces or transforming them into stylish lofts, Neumann Brothers creates spaces that people can call home.

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  • 111 City Lofts

    111 City Lofts

    Neumann renovated this five-story office building into residential downtown lofts and one level of underground parking. The 158,536 square foot...

  • Central Iowa Shelter & Services

    Central Iowa Shelter & Services

    The 41,000 square foot facility can accommodate more than 200 people on any given day. The three-story facility has 57 single occupancy apartment...

  • Crestview

    Crestview

    Neumann Brothers renovated a 100-unit congregate living facility into a 55-unit handicap accessible apartment-style living area. The one- and two-bedroom...

  • Grand View University, Residence Suites

    Grand View University, Residence Suites

    Neumann Brothers completed the new construction of student residence suites at Grand View University. This design-build project features 78 bedrooms...

  • Grant Terrace

    Grant Terrace

    This project represented the restoration of a 20,510 square foot 1900's elementary schoolhouse in Oskaloosa into 15 apartment units and common...

  • Grinnell College, Cowles Hall

    Grinnell College, Cowles Hall

    The first-floor renovation of a circa 1941 brick building converted a former kitchen and cafeteria on the Grinnell College campus into a lounge...

  • Grinnell College, East Campus Residence Halls

    Grinnell College, East Campus Residence Halls

    This striking complex consists of four student housing buildings connected by a partially enclosed loggia of German-engineered and fabricated Nana...

  • Lincoln Terrace

    Lincoln Terrace

    This project represented the restoration of a 20,190 square foot 1900's elementary schoolhouse in Oskaloosa into 15 apartment units and common...

  • Trolley Place

    Trolley Place

    The original Trolley Place was a series of buildings that were named after the trolley lines, both horse-drawn and electric that served the Oskaloosa...

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