These products brought a unique element and provided solutions to these six projects.
Developer ARK Group is hoping that its newly opened, 17-acre Irving Music Factory in Texas has the same drawing power as ARK’s entertainment district in Charlotte, N.C., AvidXchange MusicFactory, which had around 1.8 million visitors in 2016. Courtesy Gensler
Some entertainment districts are going light on retail, partly because “the bulk of the leasing d...read more
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NanaWall panels add a unique dimension to condos at 60 Orchard Street in New York City.
When it opens next year, the 200,000-sf Texas Live! development will be an integral part of the $4 billion Arlington Entertainment District, which will include a new stadium for the Texas Rangers. Rendering courtesy of The Cordish Companies.
Entertainment districts are being planned or are popping up all over the country.
Photo courtesy of Studio J Marketing
The new branch in downtown Santa Monica offers 8,400 sf of space designed by Gwynne Pugh Urban St...read more
Rendering courtesy of Johnson Favaro
The choice comes after a 12-year planning process and a yearlong selection process.
Photo: Ray Cavicchio
The new community offers 292 apartments with 20,000 sf of retail space.
Water Street Tampa's 18 buildings are being designed by mulitple architecturual and design firms. The 50-acre, 9-million-sf community is expected to attract 23,000 workers and residents to Tampa's downtown. Image: Strategic Property Partners. CLICK HERE TO ENLARGE IMAGE
Nine architects, three interior designers, and nine contractors are involved in this $3 billion p...read more
A peninsula will extend into the property’s 20-acre lake and contain retail shops, restaurants, a...read more
Photo: AGP Amanda Gentle Photography
GrowNYC, a sustainability-focused nonprofit, commissioned ORE Design to create the community even...read more
The olive groves. Rendering courtesy Freehold Communities
The community will cover 300 acres in Palm Springs, Calif.
Rendering courtesy of Carrier Johnson + CULTURE
The 562,000-sf development was designed by Carrier Johnson + CULTURE and is located five blocks f...read more
The northeastern corner of the site and is planned to include a hotel with up to 150 rooms, deck pool, event space, pedestrian banquet bridge connections, and views of the Disneyland fireworks. Active frontages engage the Festival Street and orient activity toward the interior of site, minimizing potential impacts to existing residential neighbors. Rendering courtesy KTGY Architecture + Planning
The development will include apartments, ground-floor retail, and a five-story hotel.
Rendering courtesy of Dorte Mandrup Architects
The mixed-use development links a new IKEA store, a hotel, and housing with green space.
Rendering courtesy of MVRDV
MVRDV and SDK Vastgoed won a competition to redevelop the inner city area around Deken van Somere...read more
Rendering courtesy of Lotus Equity Group
Lotus Equity Group selected Michael Green Architecture, TEN Aquitectos, Practice for Architecture...read more
Rendering courtesy of Laurus Corporation
Laurus Corporation and The Jerde Partnership will team up to rebrand the center as a family-frien...read more
Rendering courtesy CetraRuddy.
Corporate Commons Three is expected to break ground later this summer.
Rendering courtesy Visualarch
The mixed-use tower will rise 185 meters and be located in Melbourne's Central Business District....
Rendering courtesy Foster + Partners
Foster + Partners’ design rises 10 stories and is composed of two connected buildings.
The building will be within walking distance to the Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters.
The 36,000-sm project will cover a city block and include a residential tower.
Rendering courtesy of Hines
Pickard Chilton Architects will design the 600,000-sf 110 10th Street.
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
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Kraemer Design has been selected as the architect of record and historic consultant on the Detroi...read more
Photo courtesy Bart van Hoek, Attika Architekten.
The emoji building is part of a larger mixed-use development built around a 150-year-old oak tree...
Courtesy of SHoP Architects.
The master plan features market-rate and affordable housing, mixed-use space, and a waterfront pa...read more
The facility will also include two floors of Class A laboratory and office space and retail space...
Rendering courtesy of Stir Architecture
The development is expected to open in 2018.
Rendering courtesy of Atchain.
60,000 people will live and work in One Bangkok when it is completed in 2025.
Image courtesy of Kohn Pedersen Fox
The completed building sits between the Makkah Royal Clock Tower at 1,972 feet and One World Trad...read more