Mixed-Use Development

 

Mixed-Use Development

  • Barclays Center, by SHoP Architects

    The new arena at the Atlantic Yards development in Brooklyn, N.Y., designed by SHoP Architects, has been the source of much controversy over the past few years. But it now opens to great fanfare.

     
  • The 2012 Evergreen Awards: Full Goods Warehouse

    A 1974 storehouse is revitalized as a mixed-use development and wins the Evergreen Awards Existing Buildings category.

     
  • 2012 AIA COTE Top Ten Green Project: Chandler City Hall

    As a government complex on two city blocks in downtown Chandler, Ariz., this two-building complex designed by SmithGroupJJR includes a five-story office tower and several one-story buildings.

     
  • Urban Renewal Becomes Urban Fabric

    The Back Bay (now Prudential) Center in Boston has all but disappeared behind pedestrian-friendly infill buildings and shopping arcades.

     
  • 8 House

    Copenhagen / Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG)

     
  • Local Market: Boulder, Colo.

    Boulder is proud of its culture and has restrictions on building to prevent change.

     
  • Dream Deferred

    Felix Salmon on MoMA's "Foreclosed" exhibit: long on art and short on reality.

     
  • The Little Tower That Could

    In this small tower in downtown San Francisco, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill showed how to make a good mixed-use building on a hard-to-use triangular site.

     
  • North Bethesda Market II

    Rockville, Md. / Studios Architecture

     
  • Mover and Shaker

    Robert Reed, Assoc. AIA, found a second act pushing for environmental solutions.

     
 
 
 

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