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Smith Planning Group Sep 16
Awesome new projects on the horizon!
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Peter B. Carzasty Sep 20
Things seems to always come full circle. Community Center to solely (pardon pun) religious back to Community. for those who worship pop culture....
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Project Design Sep 13
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The Works ATL Sep 19
The architects at are the innovative minds behind the -modern design of our development, weaving the unique character of the buildings with numerous gathering areas.
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Gould Evans Sep 17
The Indian Creek 's exterior lights were switched on for the first time. The sunshade mimics nature's reflection of light — like leaves during the day, and stars in the evening.⁠ A former big-box store, this celebrates its grand opening Oct. 19! ⁠
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Wrkshp: Architecture Sep 20
Punch List Day! Doing the final walk through for another exciting project on the Southside!
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Marvin EL Smull Sep 15
I gave a new life to something the client wanted to throw out of his office. Turned an old book shelf into lockers.
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260 Inc. Sep 20
This historic orangerie will be adapted into a net-zero art center that focuses on sustainability while preserving its history.
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Rhonda Bannard Sep 19
Taking a look at planning and development process through the lens of two projects. One led by and the other by Tim Sprague. Lots of opportunity for city process refinements to save time and $.
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Complete Communities 15h
Check out this adaptive reuse of a 1950s parking garage into a modern apartment complex in : Know of a vacant or underutilized space in your community? Visit our Toolbox to learn more about adaptive reuse:
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Heritage Consulting Sep 20
Read our latest article on The Basics of Historic Tax Credits. offers financial benefits to the redevelopment of historic buildings!
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Pirie Associates Sep 15
adaptive reuse taken to a whole new level 🔥
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Geraldine Gardner Sep 20
Great session at with my fellow panelists Chris French, talking trends, drivers in US and Europe. Happy to represent experiences and lessons learned
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LIVE Design Group Sep 16
Growing churches are looking to renovations of existing, and in many cases, abandoned buildings
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Jim Malone Sep 17
Mother of all loft conversions: how Tate Modern became building of the century
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L.A. Conservancy Sep 17
L.A.’s Ordinance is 20 years old – take a look at a few projects that have benefitted from this program
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Marvin EL Smull Sep 16
Pallet timber combined with particle boards to create a large wardrobe. Detachable Pallet shoe racks were also included in the design.
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Liquid Elements Sep 20
Learn about creating a one-of-a-kind space with while helping the environment, stimulating the economy, obtaining tax credits, & preserving history:
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Jonathan Berk Sep 18
"Back Bay office Building Would Rise Near Public Garden Under Revived Proposal" The plan, as it was approved in 2009, would completely demolish former Shreve Crump & Lowe building to build Seaportesque box in its place. ?🤦‍♂️
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Theodore Grunewald Sep 20
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