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Development Team

Old Town Key West Development- Developer

Formed in 1972, Old Town Key West Development, LTD principals Ed Swift, Moe Mosher and Chris Belland have renovated and constructed over 25 buildings in the historic district of Key West. Among these are the Key West Aquarium and the surrounding buildings at Mallory Square, Flagler Station at the Key West Bight, Bahama Village Market on Whitehead Street, Simonton Row at the former Strunk Lumber site and 15 buildings on Duval Street. Recently completed projects include Key Cove and Key Cove Estates on Roosevelt Blvd, Paradise harbor and Marquesa Court and the Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory on Duval Street. Nationally the partners are the principals in historic preservation and re-use projects in St. Augustine, FL; Savannah, GA; Boston, MA; and San Diego, CA. Swift, Belland and Mosher all have a lifetime commitment to Key West.

Michael Ingram – Architect

Educated at Cornell University, Mr. Ingram brings a wealth of experience to the design of the Key West Steamplant. Many special projects are part of Mr. Ingram’s contribution to Key West, several of which are in the immediate environs of the historic bight area – and within view of the Steamplant residents. Of note are residential projects throughout Key West, many spectacular houses on Sunset Key, and historic preservation renovations as well as commercial projects that have maintained Key West’s most desirable and visual characteristics. Michael Ingram Architects and Associates has been the recipient of numerous awards and certificates of recognition for excellence during the last three decades. He is noted for creating residential designs that respect his clients’ comfort and standards for excellence. Mr. Ingram’s involvement in the Key West Steamplant design has resulted in spectacular units of unusual character.

Evan Bell – Landscape Architect

A native of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Mr. Bell is a graduate of the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Design in Landscape Architecture. Mr. Bell has lived in Key West for three years. Currently implementing tropical landscape design through his company Indigenous Design Group, Inc., Mr. Bell’s landscape philosophy lies in integrating the native habitat material of our region into the contemporary context of tropical architecture.