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Turning a Vacant Historic Building into Luxury Apartments – Icon Norfolk

On Episode 407 of Operation ReOrganization: When a savvy developer spotted the empty Bank of America building in historic downtown Norfolk, Virginia, his imagination was sparked.

Built in 1967 at the height of the city’s flourishing banking industry, he decided it would be the perfect building for high-end luxury apartments. Protected under a historic preservation clause, the construction came with a fair share of challenges. When it came to storage solutions, they needed creativity and respect for the past but with an eye to the contemporary, and of course, all executed to perfection.Appropriately named Icon Norfolk, they decided to call on the icon in the organizational space industry, Closet Factory. Join us for an intimate tour of this extraordinary, historic, 24 story building featuring flawless design, iconic architecture and an astonishingly long list of opulent amenities that could only include designs from Jeff Bruzzesi’s team at Closet Factory. Luxury; plain and simple.

OPERATION REORGANIZATION GIVES YOU A PEEK BEHIND THE CURTAIN AT ONE OF THE MOST ÔÇťORGANIZED” COMPANIES IN THE COUNTRY.