Renovation/Adaptive Reuse

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From a landmark publishing company to a bustling combination of residential and biotech workspace, The Curtis Building is an adaptive reuse all-star. The conversion revives the 1910 headquarters with an emphasis on life sciences office space and labs. Four floors are dedicated to luxury apartments.
Renovation/Adaptive Reuse

Are Old Offices the Next Housing Solution?

Dec. 4, 2023
Underutilized offices are one opportunity to address the short supply of multifamily housing, especially in urban cores. Here are three reasons these properties could be ready...
SGA conceptualized creative and unique solutions for a residential conversion of a 1972 office tower in Manhattan.
Case Studies

Do Office Conversions Work?

Aug. 17, 2023
With a surplus of vacant office space, conversions seem to be the logical next step. But do they work and are they viable? This white paper aims to answer those questions and ...
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THE MART, Chicago’s hub of creativity and design innovation, recently unveiled an extensive renovation by Gensler at NeoCon 2023.
Renovation/Adaptive Reuse

THE MART’s Renovation and the Evolution of Office Space

Aug. 1, 2023
The newly unveiled renovation of THE MART, Chicago’s premier hub for design innovation, is emblematic of how the modern office is evolving.
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The rainbow lights on the exterior of the Austin Media Center spotlight the creative home of Austin PBS and the Austin Community College Communications Studies.

Austin PBS Flourishes in a Community-Centric Studio

May 2, 2023
This 1960s department store transformed into an innovative TV station where Austin PBS can thrive. Learn more.
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The 36-acre Judson Mill campus is now an innovative social hub with apartments, office space and entertainment, including a large-capacity concert venue.
Renovation/Adaptive Reuse

From Textile Mill to Mixed-Use Campus

March 17, 2023
This historic preservation project transformed a century-old textile mill into an exciting mixed-use destination that revitalized its neighborhood in Greenville, South Carolina...
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100 Shawmut is a striking condominium community in Boston’s South End Landmark District. The combination of adaptive reuse and new construction preserved an iconic local building, which formerly served as a warehouse.
Renovation/Adaptive Reuse

Adaptive Reuse: The Greenest Building Strategy?

Nov. 22, 2022
Adaptive reuse can transform old and underutilized structures into modern ones that serve their community. Learn more.