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Ford Celebrates Michigan Central Station Reopening

Following an extensive six-year renovation by Ford Motor Company, Michigan Central Station in Detroit will offer the public its first look at the interior restoration of its historic ground floor this week. The official reopening of The Station will be celebrated with...

Historic Hotels of America Names 2024 Best Of Adaptive Reuse

From a former Carmelite convent in San Juan, Puerto Rico to an old power plant in Savannah, Georgia, the 25 hotels recognized last month by Historic Hotels of America® represent the best in adaptive reuse. A sustainable approach to historic preservation, adaptive...

Increasing Healthcare Accessibility Through Commercial Conversions

By Aran McCarthy, AIA, NCARB   Though the pandemic of the last few years has waned, we’ve noticed a continued shift in real estate needs catalyzed by the desire to enhance access to healthcare facilities. Before the pandemic, health systems nationally were...

Minnesota Zoo Treetop Trail Opens To The Public

The Minnesota Zoo Treetop Trail, the world’s longest elevated pedestrian loop, is now officially open to the public. The 1.25-mile Treetop Trail takes guests to new heights – up to 32 feet above the ground – as they travel into the trees and gain new...

How Can We Stop Designing For Disposal?

By Dan Sullivan, AIA, NCARB From the February 2023 Issue The term “sustainability” means different things to different people. In fact, it’s thrown around in so many contexts, it’s hard to attribute a consistent meaning to it at all. With the construction industry...

Construction Begins For Adaptive Reuse Project In The Carolinas

Photo provided by Little Diversified Architectural Consulting The Threat, a historic redevelopment in Rock Hill, SC, is now under construction. Little Diversified Architectural Consulting, along with partners The Keith Corporation, Springsteen Properties, Inc. and...