16 Crow Street, completed in 2007, is now home to the Camino Real Restaurant in the downtown historic district of Berryville, Virginia. The original building was moved to its present location in the 1920’s when the post office was constructed two blocks away. The existing building was neglected for many years and finally boarded up as a blighted property. The Clients bought the property with the idea of constructing an in-fill project to become part of the downtown revitalization taking place in Berryville. The design of the restaurant project maximizes the site while preserving and restoring the scale of the historic house. The large addition added has a cadence and scale that blends with the inner historic block character of the site, using a parapet screen roof element to hide all the mechanical equipment. The restaurant offers a large banquet / gathering space as well as a state-of-the-art commercial kitchen, bar, dining space, offices, and accessible facilities. Building accessibility is achieved by incorporating an access ramp within the reconstructed front porch. The existing two story building is 1,440 sf and the addition is 5,027 sf. The project was approved by the Berryville ARB. The budget for the project was $909,250. This project was delivered on time and on budget.