Tag: mixed-use development

Stantec selected to lead two strategic plans for Transit-Oriented Communities under Federal Transit Administration...

Raleigh, North Carolina and Riverside, California look to prioritize equitable transit access along growing corridors Raleigh, NC and Los Angeles, CA:  Global integrated design firm Stantec’s...

Planning for Smart Cities and New Urbanism

By Niek Veraart and David Reel New urbanism has been changing the design of communities for the past 30 years. Today, in many cities and...

Dallas-area mixed-use development nominated for two awards

LandDesign continues to solidify its presence in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex with two key award nominations for Offices at The Realm, a mixed-use development in Lewisville, Texas, by developer Bright Realty.

LandDesign Expands Its Base Nationally

Reflecting its longstanding commitment to innovative design solutions and “creating places that matter,” landscape architecture and civil engineering firm LandDesign has expanded to three new U.S. markets in the last five years, bringing the firm to six offices nationally.

The Hamilton Celebrates Grand Opening of First Tower

The Harman Group, a firm specializing in structural engineering and parking planning and design, announced the grand opening of Phase I of The Hamilton, a 10-story, 279-unit mixed-use residential tower.

Lessons from China benefit U.S. projects

According to the co-CEOs of Goettsch Partners (GP) — one native to Shanghai and both products of Chicago’s vaunted high-rise architecture tradition — lessons from the China experience range from technical innovations and super-creative designs to more balanced use mixes and user-friendly features

East Market revitalizes entire city block in Philadelphia

The Harman Group announced the grand opening for the first phase of East Market, a 4.3-acre mixed-use development that will revitalize an entire city block in Center City, Philadelphia.

Kimley-Horn to take residency at Frisco Station

Kimley-Horn selected The Offices One at Frisco Station as the location for its new 32,349-square-foot office space, located within Frisco Station, a 242-acre mixed-use project near Dallas.

Stewart relocates headquarters to mixed-use building

Stewart, an interdisciplinary design, engineering and planning firm, relocated its headquarters to The Dillon, the first mixed-use development of its kind in downtown Raleigh, N.C.’s rapidly expanding, vibrant Warehouse District.

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