Category: Retail

KTGY Principal Simon Perkowitz, AIA Presents “What Should I Do with My Vacant Big Box”

According to Perkowitz, there are many important factors that need to be considered when making the decision to tear down the building or reuse it including zoning, building codes, visibility, customer entrances, signage, fire and vehicular access, vertical transportation, loading conditions, tenant access, utility service, trash and recycling programs and parking requirements

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OTL’s vibrant water feature to serve as central showpiece for new Silicon Valley retail development

OTL designed and constructed the 2,214 square-foot show fountain in The Veranda’s main gathering area. According to Zimmerman, OTL worked with an incredibly talented and proven team, including general contractor, Moorfield Construction, Inc.; project architect, Architects Orange; and landscape architect, Lifescapes International, to create a public gathering destination that is the first of its kind in Silicon Valley.

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Royal Hawaiian Center features new Super Sky skylights with finishing by Linetec

The Center’s refreshed exterior seamlessly blends with its lush surroundings, including an added green gathering space for entertainment and cultural programming. On Buildings A and C, designed by Architects Hawaii Ltd. (AHL), skylight systems by Super Sky Products Enterprises, LLC showcase natural light and views. Linetec painted the skylight’s aluminum framing members in a durable, 70 percent PVDF resin-based coating to protecting against the intense sunlight, heavy rains, high humidity and salt spray.

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KTGY design transforms city parking lot into $135 million mixed-use destination

Designed by KTGY, this 1.42-acre redevelopment project represents a unique public/private partnership between the city and TCR and is a culmination of more than four years of planning. The new $135 million sustainable development located at 2330 Webster Street will feature a 234-unit mixed-use luxury apartment community with 15,000 square feet of neighborhood-serving street-front retail.

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Temporary ‘wooden box’ becomes attractive market hall

The architectural agency Tengbom saw the potential in the exceptional circumstances. As part of the refurbishment project, they designed the concept of a temporary, modular wooden building that could built alongside the old hall. Tengbom wanted to promote sustainable construction, and Kerto LVL was the ideal choice for that.

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Setting the Scene at Mall of America

In May 2014, Mall of America® embarked on a $325 million expansion — the most significant construction project since opening in 1992. The expansion included a 342-room JW Marriott Hotel, an office tower, high-end retailers, new dining options and a tourist welcome center. Additionally, the new grand entrance on the north side of the mall featured an atrium and massive rotunda skylight, which looked beautiful, but posed a few significant solar control challenges.

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Crayola Experience at the Mall of America adorned with colorful floor

Crayola, best known for its iconic crayons and markers, recently expanded the brand’s Crayola Experience attraction to a third location. Located in the equally iconic Mall of America®, the newest location follows in the footsteps of the Crayola Experience in Easton, PA (the home of Crayola crayons since 1903) and Crayola Experience Orlando, and takes inspiration from the brand’s 1,500 proprietary products and technologies.

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414 Light Street to stand as the tallest residential tower in Baltimore. Credit: Questar Properties

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