Adaptive reuse for hospitality, with Frank Cretella of Landmark Developers
In an exclusive interview for HorizonTV, Landmark Developers' President Frank Cretella talks ab...read more
The Assembly will have 108,000 sf of leasable space. Images: Courtesy of Wexford Science & Technology
This is the latest step in the city’s post-industrial resurgence.
This week on The Weekly show, BD+C editors speak with AEC industry leaders from PBDW Architects...read more
All renderings courtesy Domos Coliving
Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects is designing the project.
The former Horlick Malted Milk factory in Racine, Wis., is getting a complete makeover for market-rate and affordable apartments. The original complex dates back to 1875. Image: J Jeffers & Company
Historic tax credits helped pave the way, but preservation required creative solutions.
The Ritz-Carlton Residences sits on a 36-slip private marina in Miami Beach, Fla. The project team for Lionheart Capital’s 111-condominium community was led by Stantec (AOR). Residences are priced from $2 million to $40 million. Photo: Kim Sargent
The 1920s King Cole Hotel becomes the Ritz-Carlton Residences Miami in the largest residential...read more
The Roundhouse, which was once used to stabilize train engines for repair, is being transformed into an innovation center for new businesses. Images: GBBN
The adaptive reuse of the Roundhouse is the latest step forward for Hazelwood Green.
Photo courtesy Pixabay
Retail conversions to fulfillment centers, apartments, schools, or medical offices could cut va...read more
Excess light industrial space could be converted to offices while maintaining the “character” of the original building, according to Omgivning, which has come up with adaptive reuse concepts for buildings that might be past their expiration dates. Images: Omgivning
Omgivning conjures varieties of adaptive-reuse concepts.
The P.R. Mallory Building in Indianapolis has been transformed to house a middle and high school that are connected to Purdue University. Images: Schmidt Associates
Adaptive reuse preserved many of the building’s original features.
A spartan living space inside an affordable housing unit that used to be a hotel room in a Days Inn in Branson, Mo. The developer, Repvblik, sees opportunities throughout the Midwest for such adaptive reuses of space laid vacant by the recent pandemic. Image: Repvblik
A Los Angeles-based startup sees the Midwest as most fertile for adaptive reuse.
Photos courtesy of Eric Laignel
The building was originally constructed in 1965.
All renderings courtesy Luxigon/OMA
OMA is designing the project.
Renderings courtesy The Architectural Team
The Architectural Team designed the project.
Building reuse generally offers greater environmental savings than demolition or new construction...
The Summit, a 426,000-sf hotel in Cincinnati, is the first to be designed from scratch by its owner-operator, Dolce Hotel and Resorts by Wyndham. Its nine-story atrium, surrounded by glass elevators, allowed the Building Team to redistribute the building’s weight loads and give the hotel more height. Photo: Mike Howard Photography
The Summit hotel and conference center is a converted parking garage that was once a factory....
A double-height annex serves as Jupiter Entertainment office’s social and pantry area, including a 12-seat conference room, that’s bathed in natural light. Image: Peter Dressel/Wilk Marketing Communications
The project team completed this full-floor renovation in four months.
Courtesy Latent Design/Boombox
Related Midwest will open the market at 725 W. Randolph St. later this week.
An art installation adds color to the drab skeletal remnants of a 1950s-era weapons factory, several of whose buildings have been adapted to museums, galleries, cafes, and other event spaces at Beijing's 798 Arts Zone. Image: Sasaki
China’s third-most-popular tourist attraction remains a magnet for creative tenants.
Courtesy Minno & Wasko Architects & Planners
Minno & Wasko Architects & Planners designed the building.
Memphis-based engineering firm OGCB and contractor Grinder Tabor Grinder led the removal of 54 mi...read more
Courtesy Wilkinson Eyre
The new residences are part of the King’s Cross redevelopment scheme.
Rendering courtesy Leo A Daly
The $25.3 million project is currently under construction on the Winona State University campus....
Architecture and Imagery by Togawa Smith Martin, Inc. and AC Martin
The Packing House was originally built for the Santiago Orange Growers Association.
The 100-room Detroit Foundation Hotel, in downtown Detroit, is this city's latest example of adaptive reuse that is restoring old, often vacant, buildings. Image: McIntosh Poris Architects
Detroit Foundation, a stylish boutique hotel, is the Motor City’s newest hospitality venue.
The concept’s design reflects the golden age of flight.
Rendering courtesy of Perkins+Will
Renovation of the defunct mall represents Phase 2 of ACC’s $100 million adaptive reuse project....
Gensler led the Building Team that converted a 16,000-sf former storage facility into a new headquarters space for Investors Management Corporation, one of several old buildings that have been transformed during a recent redevelopment spurt in Raleigh, N.C. Image: Chris Leonard/courtesy of Gensler
This adaptive reuse establishes more direct visual and physical connections to a growing city. ...
A rendering of the Innovation Complex in Providence, R.I., which broke ground last month. The 191,000-sf complex is the latest “knowledge community”—and the second in Providence—to be developed by Wexford Science + Technology. Image: Wexford
The campus is expected to include an Aloft hotel.
To accommodate its rapid growth, WeWork, the coworker office space redeveloper, has acquired Fieldlens, whose app streamlines jobsite communication and management. Pictured is one of WeWork's locations in Hollywood, Calif. Image: WeWork
Fieldlens helps turn jobsites into social networks.