We're in the news

A lot.

Waukeshaw’s work is getting noticed. Read about it here.

September 8, 2021: Virginia Living captured the true essence of what we do in this profile of Dave, Emily, and Waukeshaw.


September 30, 2020: You heard it here first, we’re calling it ‘The Westie” and welcoming pet owners with open arms! Check out the work we’re doing at the former Phelps School in Madison Heights, coming in 2021!


September 30, 2020: Camp Trapezium will be a completely new offering to Amherst County, but will feel like the mill it has always been. Find out more about the project’s progress and plans in the News Advance.


June 3, 2020: Winton Farm is really coming along, and we are so excited to open it up for overnight accommodations. Click here to read about what changes we’re making to welcome guests into our pool house and soon, the Manor House!

*Update! Stay at our AirBnB today!*


December 16, 2019: While we have projects across Virginia and North Carolina, Waukeshaw is still hard at work in our hometown of Petersburg. Read about the 10th anniversary of Demolition Coffee, our plans for the Petersburg riverfront, and our recent property acquisition here.


November 19, 2019: Waukeshaw was honored to be given the Roanoke Valley Preservation Foundation’s award for Adaptive Reuse for our work on The Billy Byrd in Vinton, VA. We are thankful for the RVPF and this recognition of our efforts to bring historic buildings back to life. Read more about our project and the other wonderful work that was honored this year.


October 10, 2019: We had the pleasure of welcoming the community into The Billy Byrd, our new 83 -unit apartment building in Vinton, VA. Incredible views and Classic Revival Architecture are just a two features that make this building so special, find out more in The Roanoke Times. The Billy Byrd is leasing now!


September 14, 2019: Work is well underway in Amherst County at all three of our project locations. Learn more about the history we are working to preserve in this piece by the News & Advance.


June 25, 2019: It’s official! Beale’s is venturing east across Virginia, and we can’t wait to discover what treasure lies ahead. Thanks to the Daily Press for spreading the word.


June 10, 2019: Both Dave McCormack, President of Waukeshaw, and the company have interesting histories with exciting futures ahead. Richmond Magazine tells all in this fantastic profile.


January 10, 2019: Whirligig Station has started pre-leasing. Read in more detail about this multifamily housing project, and the historic gems inside!


September 21, 2018: The Amherst Mill, soon to be Camp Trapezium, was added to the Virginia Landmarks Register.  Find out more about the history of the Mill here.


July 19, 2018: “Esoteric” and “adventurous” are just two words that describe the beers on tap at Trapezium Brewing (and beyond). Many thanks to The Virginian-Pilot for this excellent profile of Trapezium!


June 26, 2018: The Mayton Transfer Lofts, our first major project in Petersburg totaling 225 units across 3 acres of land, sold to a Richmond-area real estate firm and became the largest private investment in the City of Petersburg in decades. Learn more about this historic deal here.


March 8, 2018: Beale’s flagship beer, Beale’s Gold, has been gaining traction across the Commonwealth. Thanks to the Smith Mountain Eagle for this excellent write-up about our distribution and our taproom! If you haven’t visited yet, this will make you wonder why…


August 26, 2016: Are you ever curious about how Waukeshaw came to be? Read about Waukeshaw’s President, Dave McCormack, the company he’s built and the philosophy that he follows to make it all happen.