BCN has expanded its work in commercial development, completing several renovations of historic Clarendon buildings for locally owned restaurants. Click on the links below to view our projects.
BCN completed the build of the historic Masonic Lodge building at 3195 Wilson Boulevard in 2007, and Brian and Christine Normile own the property. Built in the early 1900s, this building is a landmark in Clarendon and has now been transformed into The Liberty Tavern a two-story, popular neighborhood restaurant and bar.
BCN Design/Build is the developer and builder of Northside Social coffee and wine bar at 3211 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, VA. Similar to The Liberty Tavern build, this is an extensive renovation of an Arlington historic property - in this case the original Clarendon Citizen's Hall built in 1921 - which functioned as a prominent Arlington gathering place for nearly 90 years. Over the last decade, the building has housed two popular coffee shops and Northside Social is proud to continue this tradition.
This extensive renovation was completed in April 2010.
BCN Design/Build was the developer of this historic building completed in April 2010 and Brian and Christine Normile are co-owners. Now Lyon Hall restaurant, this 1946 Streamline Moderne building was originally developed by noted Arlington builder/developer Frank Lyon. The original two story building is faced with limestone and terrazzo, has a flat roof, and its most prevalent feature is the rotunda entry. The location originally housed Scheffs Appliance store, and went on to become the home of the well known Dan Kain Trophies, Inc., a popular local business for generations.