Winmar Corporation has been developing and managing Lexington's preferred commercial real estate since 1964. The company was founded in 1951 by O. A. Bakhaus and has continued in family ownership up to the present. The family takes great pride in the development of two of Lexington's most attractive office buildings.
The Bakhaus Building was designed by Lexington's renowned architect Hugh Merriweather, and is replete with the detail work of fine southern architecture. The Tate Building was designed by Albert and Brown Architects, known for their design of many of Lexington's landmark properties. These buildings are handsome, inside and out, and they house a combined 90,000 square feet of practical and efficient office spaces look as good as the day they were built.