Opened in 1924, Kahler Slater was chosen by the development team to bring Hotel Northland, an eight-story landmark, back to life. The result is an authentic and sustainable preservation of a Green Bay icon, marrying historic architecture and contemporary design to serve the needs of the most discerning business and leisure clientele.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the project was able to leverage Federal and State Historic Tax Credits to rehabilitate the property into a 160-room boutique hotel. Central to that effort, Kahler Slater served as architect and historic consultant, overseeing the exterior restoration and interior renovations. Adherence to the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation was a critical component of the project being officially certified by the National Park Service in October of 2019.