Rendering courtesy of Hines/McCaffery ©Smilodon CG
The mixed-use project will provide new apartments, condos, a senior living facility, and retail s...read more
Photo courtesy of Foster + Partners
The store’s large terrace provides views of the Burj Khalifa and the Dubai Fountain.
Rendering courtesy of Starbucks.
The new branch will be located along Chicago’s Magnificent Mile in a building currently occupied...read more
Healthcare systems have much to learn from retail. While they have been laser-focused on deliveri...read more
Courtesy of SHoP Architects.
The master plan features market-rate and affordable housing, mixed-use space, and a waterfront pa...read more
Three new states creep into the top 10 while first and second place remain unchanged.
Rendering courtesy of Stir Architecture
The development is expected to open in 2018.
A 5,000-sm (53,819-sf) show pool is the center of attraction at WaterGarden Istanbul, a “living center” in Turkey's largest city. Image: Courtesy of Gorkem Volkan Design Studio
WaterGarden Istanbul hopes to attract 15 million visitors a year.
The centerpieces of District Distilling in Washington D.C. are its stills that make gin, vodka, rum, and whiskey. A law change in 2014 allowed local distilleries to pour what they make onsite. Image: District Distilling Co./Amber Frederiksen
The stylish location targets customers craving craft spirits and late-night dining.
Nomad Pizza, one of the most popular restaurants in Princeton, N.J., opened last May. It is an adaptive reuse of a gas station located near a shopping center. Image: Michael Slack, courtesy JZA+D
The original building dates back to the Modernist 1930s.
Rendering courtesy of Lee & Associates via Curbed Atlanta
The tower would be built on a site currently occupied by a Hertz Car Rental and parking lot.
Cadillac House is definitely not your father's car dealership. The 12,000-sf showroom in New York City, part Cadillac's new corporate headquarters, includes an events runway and incubator space for visiting designers. Shawmut Design + Construction built it, Gensler designed it. Photo: @Chris Leonard, courtesy of Gensler.
Retail is becoming closely aligned with entertainment, and malls that can be repositioned as life...read more
AT&T Retail Store, Palo Alto, Calif. Photo: Jim Carroll, flickr Creative Commons
Jacobs, Henderson Engineers, and WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff top Building Design+Construction’s an...read more
VCC, PCL Construction Enterprises, and The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co. top Building Design+Con...read more
Audimas Concept Store. Photo: Valdas Ruzgys, Wikimedia Commons
Gensler, GreenbergFarrow, and MG2 top Building Design+Construction’s annual ranking of the nation...read more
PNC Bank’s 110-sf “Tiny Branch." Photos courtesy PNC. Click here to enlarge.
The new branch doesn’t need much space for its ATM and new accounts and personal loans services....
Paradise City in Seoul, South Korea. Rendering: MVRDV. Click here to enlarge.
The 9,800-sm complex will have retail and nightclub space. A plaza separates the two concrete bui...read more
Capital One Cafe in San Francisco. Photo: kennejima/Creative Commons.
Several cities opened or are planning Capital One Cafes where customers can buy a latte and make...read more
CVS Health is among the retail pharmacies that are expanding their health clinics by adding services and investing in IT. Consumers gain in convenience and access, but these retail clinics have the potential to disrupt conventional healthcare providers, according to research by Accenture Consulting. Image: BD+C
Service expansions help dealers boost clinics’ profitability.
Outfront Media, Gensler, and MAK's Sunset Strip Spectacular billboard concept. Click here to enlarge.
The concepts are curvy, sleek, and multidimensional, and feature sharp digital displays.
Construction of the Sky 19 Plaza in Bismarck, N.D. in 2016. Photo: Consolidated Construction/Creative Commons
Retail construction projects were up nearly 25% year-over-year, and the industrial and office con...read more
Robinson Starmills mall in San Fernando, Philippines. Photo: Robinsons Land, via Inhabitat
The Robinsons Starmills mall in San Fernando recently turned on a 2.9 megawatt rooftop PV plant....
Photo: Reuters/Noah Berger
The prototype store borrows features from Apple's hotly anticipated new headquarters in Silicon V...read more
SushiSamba’s 14,000-sf restaurant in Las Vegas is distinguished by a colorful, arching interior design. iCrave was the designer, PWI Construction the GC. Courtesy Forté Specialty Contractors. Click here to enlarge.
Restaurants are more than just places to eat. They are comprising town centers and playing into t...read more
Images courtesy Michael Courtney Design. Click photos to enlarge.
The wayfinding master plan for a tech campus features maps, directions, and, yes, "Easte...read more
The Mall of the Future will be a combination community center and gathering place. It will be technology rich, be attached or near living and working spaces, and will provide variety to lure customers for frequent visits. Image: CallisonRTKL's “Mall of the Future” report
CallisonRTKL foresees future retail centers as hubs with live/work/play components.
Photo: Lizzielaroo Wikimedia commons
As online shopping becomes more popular, many retailers are rushing to build big box warehouses t...read more
For the first time since the recession, office deliveries outpaced office starts in 2015, according to JLL's latest construction report. Image: Pixabay
Its latest report cautions about ongoing cost increases related to finding skilled laborers.
Westin hotel and transit center at Denver International Airport, Denver. Photo courtesy Gensler
Technology is running wild in Gensler’s 2016 forecast, as things like virtual reality, "smart" bu...read more
Spending on lodging construction, like the expansive renovation of the Intercontinental New York Barclay pictured above, should increase by 10.8% to $23.4 billion in 2016. Total spending on nonresidential building is projected to grow this year by 13.7% to $439.2 billion, according to Gilbane. Image: Shawmut Design and Construction
But finding skilled workers continues to be a problem and could inflate a project's costs.