Reconstruction & Renovation
All photos: Kim Rodgers
CO Architects designed the project.
The rebranding of the Buffalo Wings & Rings in Milford, Ohio, features an outdoor dining area and valet drive-through pickup lane. Images: Courtesy of NELSON Worldwide
Buffalo Wings & Rings initiates a chainwide rollout of a concept designed by NELSON Worldwi...read more
All photos: Dave Burk | SOM
The renovation includes a new exhibition and a reimagined observation deck.
This week on The Weekly show, BD+C editors speak with AEC industry leaders from PBDW Architects...read more
All photos: Robert Benson
Bruner/Cott Architects designed the project.
All photos: Tim Street-Porter
Howard Laks Architects designed the project.
All Photos: Sam Kittner, Sam Kittner Photography
The Maryland Theatre project has won a Bronze Award in BD+C's 2020 Reconstruction Awards.
The food court at 401 Park, in Boston. Photo: © Connie Zhou
Developer Samuels & Associates asked Elkus Manfredi Architects to reimagine the former Sear...read more
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
Polhemus Memorial Clinic in 1897 (photo: Courtesy BKSK Architects) and Polhemus Residences today (photo: Amy Barkow/Barkow Photo).
Lobby of the Old Chicago Post Office, a Platinum winner in BD+C's 37th Annual Reconstruction Awards. Photo: Eric Laignel/Eric Laignel Photography, courtesy Gensler
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: Dan Schwalm Photography
The Wyoming Capitol Square project has won a Gold Award in BD+C's 2020 Reconstruction Awards....
The Michigan Central Station in Detroit is getting a complete overhaul to serve as the mixed-use core of a proposed mobility innovation district that Ford Motor Co. has been developing. Image: Practice for Architecture and Urbanism
Its centerpiece is an abandoned train depot whose architecture and decay reflect two sides of t...read more
This week on The Weekly show, BD+C editors spoke with leaders from Page & Turnbull and Grim...read more
Gensler, Jacobs, and STO Building Group head BD+C's rankings of the nation's largest reconstruc...read more
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Retail conversions to fulfillment centers, apartments, schools, or medical offices could cut va...read more
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The guidelines cover residential and light commercial buildings of less than four stories above...read more
Renderings courtesy CItyscape Digital for Pembroke
CBT, in collaboration with Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects designed the project.
Image © Dave Burk | SOM
The project is the first phase of a proposed $1 billion redevelopment plan for the area in Chic...read more
An authentic 12-foot-long illuminated Texaco sign in The Star’s Prohibition-style speakeasy basement, which features a golf simulator, a theater, climate-controlled storage lockers for residents, a dog wash facility, a dog run that uses a network of underground tunnels, and poker, pool, and ping pong tables. Photo: Lauren Parsons
After sitting vacant for nearly three decades, the former home of Texaco, Inc. has been convert...read more
The BEAT is a 695,000-sf repositioning of a three-story office and industrial building in Dorchester, Mass., that once housed the headquarters for the Boston Globe. The space is being transformed into a modern hub for creative office, laboratory, and retail uses. Its multistory atrium will serve as a central gathering place with a food hall.
Existing buildings are being adapted to the ‘new normal’ for health and wellness.
Weiss/Manfredi was selected as the design architect for the project.
The project will be located in Saugerties in upstate New York.
Isolation pods being installed at Miami Beach convention center, which is being converted to a field hospital by 250 workers under the direction of contractor Robins & Morton.
COVID-19 alert: Robins & Morton to convert Miami Beach Convention Center into a 450-bed fie...read more
77 Greenwich in New York City combines spaces for a school and residential tenants. These “hybrid” buildings are becoming a more attractive option in this land-scarce metro. Renderings: FXCollaborative
“Found money” for owners looking to monetize their air spaces, says FXCollaborative, which has...read more
All renderings courtesy Snøhetta
The project previously gained approval from Manhattan Community Board 5 in December.
More than a quarter of AEC firms that participated in the 2019 Giants 300 survey earned at least...read more
All renderings courtesy Central Park Conservancy
The project will be the largest the Central Park Conservancy has ever undertaken.
All photos: Joseph Romeo Photography
Beyer Blinder Belle led the project.