The Villas at Benedictine Point

After four decades of being closed, the Logan County Hospital is now known as "The Villas of Benedictine Point". Its successful adaptive reuse boasts 26 new apartments supplemented by additional new garden homes on the grounds of the large site. The historic building, built in the 1926 was originally known as the  Benedictine Heights Hospital, later renamed Logan County Hospital. The hospital closed in 1978.

PandDStudio wrote the National Register of Historical Places nomination, which documents its' individual eligibility as an excellent example of Classical Revival styled architecture at the local level. PandDStudio also served as the historic preservation consultant and ushered the project through the preservation tax credits application process. The project received the Oklahoma State Historic Preservation Officer's Citation of Merit Award.


STATUS: Completed

CLIENT: Belmont Management