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Heartland Real Estate Business
POSTED 11.02.2018
The practice of building large stadiums and sports arenas in urban areas has long been a hotly debated strategy. Critics cite the civic disruption that comes with unavoidable breakdowns in infrastructure and transportation and the significant parking and logistical requirements. There’s also the difficulty of reconciling the financial bottom line, or the aesthetic and functional disconnect of a grand facility that operates intermittently and towers over its surroundings.
The Detroit News
POSTED 10.05.2018
ROSSETTI, a Detroit-based global architectural design and planning firm is drafting a master plan for the $300 million development of the former Brewster-Douglass housing project.
Curbed Washington DC
POSTED 09.27.2018
Officially open to the public at the ribbon-cutting ceremony last weekend, D.C.’s Entertainment and Sports Arena (ESA) in Southeast will herald a new chapter for the St. Elizabeths East Campus, the former site of facilities for a major psychiatric hospital administered by the federal government. The project is part of the ongoing redevelopment of the 180-acre campus into a massive mixed-use community.
Curbed Detroit
POSTED 09.24.2018
One of the big developments in Corktown took a major step forward today, as modular residences were dropped at the Corner. In total, 111 apartments will fill the space over four stories on the edges of the old Tiger Stadium at Michigan and Trumbull. Because of this modular design decision, the development will take shape over the next month.
North Jersey Record
POSTED 09.24.2018
The owners of the entertainment and sporting arena released renderings of "The Lofts," a new luxury experience they say is designed to bring more of a neighborhood or club feel to the premium seats, and to provide a better way for business owners to network.