Charles Alexander was interviewed about Cosima, at Mill No. 1 for an article in The Baltimore Sun about the challenge of design for restaurants and the importance of creating the environment that diners experience.
Mt. Vernon Mill No. 1 was included in a list of "ten adaptive reuse projects that reconstruct historic buildings to serve completely different purposes" in the July/August edition of Urban Land magazine.
Bmore Art calls Baltimore Jewelry Center "Baltimore's New Gem" and showcases the opening exhibition.
Mt. Vernon Mill No. 1 received Merit award from AIA Maryland for Excellence in Design.
At 200,000 sf Mt. Vernon Mill No. 1 was the 17th largest construction project in Greater Baltimore as of May 2014, as reported by the Baltimore Business Journal.
Mt. Vernon Mill No. 1 will receive an Adaptive Reuse and Compatible Design Award at the 2014 Baltimore Heritage historic preservation awards celebration.
Alexander Design Studio was selected by The Bryn Mawr School to implement the Phase I Campus Master Plan, including the design of a new Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) facility.
Mt. Vernon Mill No. 1 received a Preservation's Best 2013 award during National Historic Preservation Advocacy Week's Congressional Reception.
Jacques Kelly, of The Baltimore Sun, observes that "the building celebrates its industrial heritage", in his recent article about the redevelopment of Mt. Vernon Mill No. 1.