James N. Lindemon, R.A.

James Lindemon's early career included the design of the largest public school complex in the United States (4,800 students / 744,000 sq. ft.), the design of the Seeley G. Mudd Biology Research Laboratory at Johns Hopkins University, and 30 other public school, library and University projects throughout Maryland. In 1977, James N. Lindemon AIA Architecture and Design was begun, with a concentration on urban development. The basic mission of that young company was to encourage development within the existing urban centers of Baltimore, and Annapolis, and then in Jersey City, New Jersey. Under Mr. Lindemon's leadership, the firm has evolved to include five (5) partners and an expertise in architecture, historic restoration, engineering and urban design. The firm remains committed to urban development. After 36 years in business, 3,500 projects and billions in construction value, the firm has honored its mission and has never performed a rural development project. The firm has however restored many historic buildings and places in rural settings and worked to preserve farmland and open space while concentrating on urban development


  • Naval Air Station Wildwood

  • Montgomery - Greene

  • Salem County Courthouse

  • Bayshore Discovery

  • Lindemon's Farm