Station Family + BBQ
Client: Station Family + BBQ
Location: Wyoming, Ohio
  • Adaptive reuse of 8,700sf.
  • Formerly an historic neighborhood fire station.
  • The building’s original brick walls and wood floors were uncovered, and a front porch was created, offering a unique perch from which to dine with front-row views of Wyoming’s charming business district.
  • The upstairs was transformed into a private-event space that can accommodate up to 60 guests.
Interesting Fact: The owners of Station Family + BBQ partnered with SHP to design the CWC, the Restaurant. The change-of-use renovation that converted a vacant former car-wash building into an inviting restaurant space for the wildly popular “Cooking with Caitlin” brand.
Architecture|Interior Design

This historic neighborhood fire station in the middle of downtown Wyoming, Ohio, has lived several lives in its 100+ year history. SHP’s goal was to bring to life a new restaurant and gathering place for the neighborhood, all the while paying homage to the building’s proud firehouse history. The building’s original brick walls, wood floors and a newly constructed front porch lend charm to the restaurant, while a new patio overlooks the adjacent Village Green park.

"Thoughtfully designed spaces have turned this historic building into a truly welcoming place for the entire community."
– Charlie Jahnigen, Vice President of Architecture, SHP