At a time when few construction cranes were in operation, the small town of Effingham, Ill., had not one but two working, and on adjacent private projects. These two projects, an 80,000-square-foot mid-rise office and a 100,000-square-foot technology center, were designed with LEED certification in mind and were completed near the end of 2011.
Neglected properties are being updated at a rapid pace. Such is the case with CITYCENTRE, a mixed-use development built on the site of a once popular, but neglected, indoor shopping mall, with an eye to the future of Houston’s evolving transportation and consumption needs.
One Hundred Oaks is a 40-year old, 880,000-square-foot retail mall that was renovated into a mixed-use development with Vanderbilt University Medical Center as the major tenant. Located on 56 acres in a strategically located area of Nashville, the development was led by ATR & Associates, Inc. and Corinth Properties.