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Around the World Wednesday

Today on our Around the World Wednesday post, we’d like to applaud Curbed for their unique, monthly series that invites an emerging architect to redesign an existing structure in his or her city. The Curbed article we’re highlighting today looks … Continue reading

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Overcoming Challenges in Multifamily Amenities

In a prior post titled “Designing Apartment Amenities for Millennials,” we referred to special challenges and the solutions we came up with in designing multifamily amenities in urban areas. Often, the problems presented required us to think more holistically, to … Continue reading

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The Importance of Assisted Living Amenities

Sending a loved one to an assisted living home is a difficult decision. Families often consider the facility’s pricing, reputation, location and amenities. Also, from the moment families enter the property, they are feeling whether the facility is a good … Continue reading

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Around the World Wednesday

A $175 million plan was recently announced for a floating park to join Manhattan’s waterfront. The park, to be known as Pier 55, would live atop a parallelogram-shaped platform 186 feet off the Hudson River shoreline and feature amenities such … Continue reading

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Around the World Wednesday

Wired recently published a compelling story that is perfect fodder to kick off our Around the World Wednesday series, in which we’ll look at innovative design techniques and inspirational projects from around the world. Wired’s story highlights an imaginative vision … Continue reading

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Designing Apartment Amenities for Millennials

A recent story in the New York Times, headlined “No Picket Fence: Younger Adults Opting to Rent,” caught our attention. We are seeing this story play out in our business every day. From a national standpoint, millennials are choosing to … Continue reading

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Creating a Programmable Plaza at Avalon

As we count down the final three days until the opening of Avalon, one thing we are most excited about is seeing The Plaza come to life. We designed it to be Avalon’s hub of energy and activity. We talk … Continue reading

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