City Gardens Office Visit

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Construction Progress: Phil B Curls Manor

Phil B Curls Manor is the first phase of a new mixed-income, inter-generational neighborhood located in Kansas City, MO. The 4-story building will provide 54 affordable apartments for seniors and amenities that include a theater, community room, fitness, bike storage, in-unit laundry, and medical exam room. The building is named after longtime Kansas City lawmaker Phil B. Curls who was instrumental in the passage of bills relating to economic development,... Read More

Color Study: Nelson Mandela Apartments

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Winning Tiny Homes Entry Comes to Life

As first place winners of the Tiny Homes Competition, Terry “Vic” Howell, Marty Sandberg, and Lon Stousland worked with Price Construction to realize a prototype of their design, which is on view this week at UIC’s campus. Visitors were able to tour the model home in conjunction with the Tiny Homes Summit through efforts of both Summit and Competition sponsors. See design entry here. left to right: terry “vic” howell, marty... Read More

Construction Season in Bloom! 

Nelson Mandela Apartments are growing in East Garfield Park.    Read More

city gardens halfway done!

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ChiCAT Rehab Progress

Opening later this year, Chicago Center for Art and Technology (ChiCAT) will bring arts education and job training to residents in Chicago’s near west side. Check out the design here.  Read More

Construction Time-laspe at Parkside of Old Town

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West Humboldt Place Allows The Children’s Place Association to Double Multi-Family Housing Capacity

State Senator Patricia Van Pelt, Alderman Walter Burnett Jr, Governor Pat Quinn, Children’s Place CEO Cathy Krieger, Illinois Housing Development Authority Executive Director Mary Kenney, Congressman Danny K. Davis, and Chair of the Children’s Place Association Board Kathleen Sellew (Left to Right) gathered in late July to break ground on the project. Work has begun on West Humboldt Place, a new housing development on the West Side of Chicago... Read More

Behind the Scenes at Dorchester Art+Housing Collaborative

/* Prev|Next 1leftright Last spring, Catherine Baker, Principal at LBBA, and Jeffreen Hayes, Director at Rebuild Foundation, presented Dorchester Art+Housing Collaborative at Chicago Architecture Foundation’s weekly lunchtime program, Lunch Talks@CAF. The presentation is now archived online and includes a behind-the-scenes video at the construction site. Follow LBBA’s Jack Schroeder and Peter Levavi... Read More