Mixed-Use Development

 

Mixed-Use Development

  • Stamford, Conn.

    The strength of Stamford's commercial sector is driving a demand for workforce housing, which is helping keep a downtown construction boom moving along.

     
  • ER-Post truss system from High Concrete Group

    Suitable for mixed-use residential buildings with parking underneath

     
  • Worcester, Mass.

    A leader in biotech/healthcare, IT, and manufacturing, Worcester is revitalizing its core and has $2 billion in redevelopment under way.

     
  • For Adamson Associates, Success Is Not Measured by Name Recognition

    Toronto-based Adamson Associates is a top-tier architect of record, having partnered with many name-brand designers. But if you haven't heard of them, that's OK. Their work speaks for itself.

     
  • The Botwin Building

    A green commercial mixed-use building takes the place of a lost Kansas City icon.

     
  • South Bend, Ind.

    Previously a fur-trading post and factory town, South Bend has redefined itself through intellectual capital, including higher education.

     
  • Columbus, Ga.

    Fort Benning's expansion is expected to bring in 30,000 new residents to Columbus, leading to a rise in residential, healthcare, and school construction.

     
  • Vegetated-roof Failure Teaches Lessons

    The original vegetated roof on the M Financial Building in Portland, Ore., never lived up to expectations.

     
  • The Gateway, Maryland Institute College of Art

    A mixed-use facility by RTKL Associates provides housing for MICA students and a focal point for the Baltimore art school.

     
  • 2009 P/A Award winners

    Brief profiles of the winners of the 2009 P/A Awards.

     
 
 
 

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