More stories about Architects

  • Golden Opportunity

    The Guth Complex presented a hum-drum façade to central St. Louis for the past hundred years. Its four buildings, once painted white, had faded to a dingy gray. For most of its 100-year history, the complex was surrounded by similar operations: warehouses, workshops, and small factories.

  • News Bites: January 2009

  • Natural Born Leaders

    In need of inspiration? Turn to celebrated icons such as former President Ronald Reagan and cycling phenom Lance Armstrong for wisdom and encouragement to get you through a challenging day.

  • Up Front: News Bites

    At Arizona State University, candi dates for the masters of real estate development program are now required to take the LEED ac creditation exam prior to graduating. 

  • Landmarks: Admiral Apartments

    Admiral Apartments represents an early 20th century style of apartment buildings that had its predominance in downtown and the immediate west side of Portland.

  • A New Front Porch

    Phoenix, Ariz.-based JAG Development adopted a design style popular in Amsterdam to bring a sense of community and efficiency to its newly completed Portland 38 project.

  • Ride to the Top

    At Silo Point, residents find luxury living in a former grain elevator.

  • ULI Honors Three Workforce Housing Developments

    The winners of the first annual ULI J. Ronald Terwilliger Workforce Housing Models of Excellence are: The Boulevard in Anaheim in California, developed by John Laing Homes; Legacy at Lincoln Park in Rockville, Md., developed by Urban Atlantic Development; and Morgan Woods in Edgartown, Mass....

  • Avalon Danvers

    It was once called “the scariest building in North America.” Opened in 1878, the Danvers Lunatic Asylum in suburban Boston has long been one of the area's most prominent and recognizable landmarks.

  • Symphony House

    Carl Dranoff's development mantra is transformation. “If the project is not transformative, we probably won't do it,” says the CEO of Philadelphia-based Dranoff Properties.