Green Water Tower is a thirty-eight-story three-tiered mixed-use tower in downtown Austin, Texas at the former site of the Thomas C. Green Water Treatment Plant. The mixed-use building designed by Solomon Cordwell Buenz is bounded on the south by the Colorado River and has approximately 440 apartments and over 40,000 square feet of office and retail space.
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Designed by Design Collective, EastSide III is a three-building mixed-use development with 365 apartments and approximately 50,000 square feet of retail in Pittsburgh, PA’s Shadyside neighborhood. Each building consists of 5 stories with terraces, decks, and multiple cladding types including storefront, brick, fiber cement siding, stucco, and metal panels.
Designed by Wallace Garcia Wilson Architects, the Speer Boulevard Apartments is a six-story mixed-use podium-type building with ground floor retail, below-grade parking and 221 rental units just south of Downtown Denver’s Capital Hill neighborhood.
1000 Grand is a seven-story mixed use building designed by TCA Architects with 275 rental units and 12,000 square feet of retail at the southeast corner of Olympic and Grand Streets in Downtown Los Angeles’ South Park neighborhood.
100 Pier 4 Tower is a twenty-one-story high-rise tower of over 1 million square feet in the historic Boston Seaport. The glass and steel building offers 369 luxury apartments, a hotel, 10,000 square feet of retail space, 20,000 square feet for civic use as well as below-grade parking.
Hanover CambridgePark luxury apartments were constructed in a podium style construction with 4, wood-framed stories over an elevated concrete deck. Located in North Cambridge, near the MBTA’s Red Line Alewife station, the complex offers one- and two-bedrooms units, and many high-end amenities including two courtyard spaces with a pool. As part of an integrated team, BSC was brought on board as the enclosure consultant in the Design Development phase of the project.
The Mallett House is a two-story wood-framed house located in downtown Freeport, ME and is one of several worker cottages built in 1886 for employees of the local shoe factory. It is currently used as a community center and office space. BSC guided the design team in the deep energy retrofit of the house, carefully assessing the existing condition to determine which retrofitting approaches were appropriate and what, if any, additional measures were needed to preserve the durability of the individual components of the building.