EDGE East Side Berlin

EDGE East Side Berlin is one of Germany’s healthiest high-rise buildings. Centrally located, within meters of the Warschauer Straße metro station, and connecting two of Berlin’s most vibrant and artistic suburbs: Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg. Built with the careful and conscientious application of leading sustainability practices, from the use of circular products and VOC-free materials to world-class energy management, […]

105 Victoria Street

Conceived as a new destination for the West End, 105 Victoria Street is a mixed-use development that will pioneer innovations in sustainability, provide spaces that enhance wellbeing and reinstate a sense of community in London’s Victoria. This development’s world-class office accommodation has been designed to be flexible and long-life to accommodate rapidly evolving ways of […]

General Motors Building

The General Motors Building is a 50-story, 705 ft office tower at 767 Fifth Avenue at Grand Army Plaza on the southeast corner of Central Park, in Manhattan, New York City. The building features 1.9 million square feet of Class A office space in the coveted Plaza District of Midtown Manhattan. Each of the building’s […]

One Museum Place

One Museum Place is a 1.4 million-square-foot, 60-story prime office tower with a six-story retail podium in Shanghai. Located next to the Natural History Museum and Jing’an Sculpture Park, One Museum Place is a Gensler-designed addition to the Jing’an skyline. The six-level, 228,378-square-foot (93,786 NRA) lifestyle-oriented retail podium features a variety of food and beverage […]

Electrify — Electric Pass Lodge, Aspen/Snowmass, Colorado (East West Partners)

Climate change is always top of mind for those who live and work in mountain resorts where robust, predictable snowfall and manageable wildfire seasons are critical for local economies and quality of life. With its latest project, Electric Pass Lodge, East West is taking its approach to sustainability to the next level with a stringent […]

Electrify — 30 Van Ness, San Francisco, California (Lendlease)

Lendlease’s 30 Van Ness is its first all-electric mixed-used development in the United States, and the decision to be all electric was made long before San Francisco passed a citywide no-gas policy for new construction. With 250,000 square feet of commercial office space, 330 condominiums (of which 25 percent will be affordable housing), 4,000 square […]

Deal Profile: EastPoint

The EastPoint Project, when complete, will have 41,202 square feet of renovated single-story retail and office space along a commercial corridor in northeast Oklahoma City. The 18,000 square foot first phase includes 10,000 square feet of medical space and complementary retail. This Deal Profile focuses on how that first phase overcame lenders’ doubts to deliver the first new retail space to a neighborhood in a generation.

Deal Profile: Pueblo at Paseo

Three new buildings, with 7,553 square feet of retail space on 0.41 acres, bracket a small plaza that replaced a vacant lot at the edge of an established retail area north of downtown Oklahoma City. The three restaurants and eight studio/office spaces complement the area’s established arts anchors.

Deal Profile: artHAUS

A leftover infill site in central Phoenix is now home to 25 low-rise condominiums, with a modern design that maximizes the site and minimizes ongoing costs. artHAUS was an architect’s first foray into residential development; as he says, “the design part’s easy for me, but the financing part—that was a big-time learning curve” helped along by a ULI Arizona event.

Deal Profile: Shea’s Seneca

This adaptive use transformed a two-story, 48,000-square-foot commercial building and ornate movie theater lobby into 23 loft apartments, four neighborhood-serving retailers, and a large banquet facility that fills the former lobby. The structure is the most prominent building along the Seneca Street corridor in south Buffalo, New York. The renovation was completed by a local developer and financed by a local bank, together with historic tax credits, local tax incentives, and grants.