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Cutwork designs first large-scale coliving space in Paris

Working closely with the team at French billionaire Xavier Niel’s STATION F and project architects Wilmotte & Associés, Cutwork designed flexible spaces that can easily adapt throughout the day for how the residents need to use them. Launched in June 2019, the coliving space, Flatmates, received 600 residents from French billionaire Xavier Niel’s nearby coworking campus, STATION F.

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Water Street Tampa first to achieve WELL Design & Operations Designation for Global Wellness Standard for Communities

Strategic Property Partners, LLC last month announced that Water Street Tampa, the 56-acre mixed-use waterfront neighborhood that is completely transforming the city’s downtown, has achieved the WELL Design & Operations designation under the WELL Community Standard, the first neighborhood to do so globally. The vision for Water Street Tampa revolves around the philosophy that thoughtfully designed buildings are only as good as the spaces between them. Designed by Reed Hilderbrand, a Cambridge-based landscape architecture firm that serves as the master landscape architect, and master planner Elkus Manfredi Architects, a renowned Boston-based global firm, the vibrant waterfront neighborhood will feature public spaces designed to improve the health and wellbeing of those visiting, living and working within the neighborhood.

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A sustainable development model for the future: Granite Place at Boulder Bay, Lake Tahoe

Located just on the Nevada side of the California and Nevada border, Boulder Bay is a Silver LEED certified mixed-use redevelopment project that celebrates the very essence of the area – rejuvenation, recreation and relaxation – and that will benefit Lake Tahoe through significant lake clarity improvements such as state-of-the-art water filtration and capture systems

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Nelson Byrd Woltz to design Edge-on-Hudson waterfront park and paths

Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects (NBW) will design the parks, paths, and trail connections at Edge-on-Hudson, including one of the community’s central features – a public waterfront promenade that will link the RiverWalk south of the property to the historic 1883 Lighthouse at Sleepy Hollow and Kingsland Point Park to the north.  The transit-oriented, mixed-use Edge-on-Hudson development along the Hudson River in Sleepy Hollow incorporates more than 16 acres of parkland on the 67-acre site, once home to a General Motors Assembly Plant.

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Reimagining of Miller Park in downtown Chattanooga, Tennessee

Located in the heart of Chattanooga, in the center of the city’s thriving Innovation District and one block from City Hall, Miller Park is a two-acre urban placemaking project designed and led by the collaboration between firms EskewDumezRipple and landscape architects Spackman Mossop Michaels.

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Construction begins on second phase of mile-long waterfront neighborhood in D.C.

Phase 2 of The Wharf will complete the remaining 1.25 million square feet of new mixed-use development, including office, residential, hotel, marina, and retail space, as well as parks and public places, across a half mile of redeveloped waterfront. Phase 2 architects and designers include Rafael Viñoly, SHoP Architects, ODA, Morris Adjmi Architects, Hollwich Kushner (HWKN), S9 Architecture, WDG Architecture, Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates (MVVA), Parker Rodriguez, Rhodeside & Harwell, Thomas Juul-Hansen, Wolf Josey, and Perkins Eastman D.C. as the master planner.

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Elected officials join Affirmed Housing and PATH Ventures to open Phase 1 of PATH Metro Villas

PATH Metro Villas is a two-phase, transit-oriented development that will ultimately provide 187 affordable and permanent supportive apartments and homeless services in one location on the PATH campus.  Phase 1 of Metro Villas, the David TC Ho Family Building, is an L-shaped, five-story community featuring 65 units of affordable housing.  Fifty-one units are designated as supportive housing for individuals experiencing homelessness or chronic homelessness, and fourteen units are for low-income households earning no more than 60 percent of the area median income.

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RIVET luxury housing completed as a part of master plan for Jersey City ‘University Place’ redevelopment

Dresdner Robin has completed site and landscape design, permitting and construction administration services on Jersey City’s newest luxury apartment development, RIVET, a 163-unit complex that was completed in late-2018. It is is a 2018 Urban Land Institute (ULI) Northern New Jersey Excellence Award recipient for Public/Private Partnership and a 2019 Leading Infrastructure Project Award recipient from the New Jersey Alliance for Action.

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