Spruce Peak at Stowe is an alpine village filled with slope-side development of homesites, mountain cabins, condominiums, and time-shares in Stowe, Vermont. The sustainable community includes a 35-acre pedestrian village with 400 residential units, world-class spa and fitness facilities, upscale shopping, fine and casual dining, performing arts center, clubhouses, and golf courses. The Stowe Mountain Resort and Stowe Mountain Lodge add an alluring architectural view in the heart of the alpine village. The Spruce Peak at Stowe project represents a significant collaboration with local residents, state and local governments, environmental groups, and the local business community. Spruce Peak at Stowe is dedicated to environmental sustainability, which includes natural habitat preservation, water and energy conservation, limited pesticide use, site wide recycling, public transportation, and environmental education. Numerous awards have been given for its green building practices which include:
- Audubon Planning Award for environmental protection, social awareness, and sustainable development
- Audubon International Green Community Award, the first ski resort in the U.S. to earn this recognition
- Golden Eagle Award, U.S. ski industry’s highest achievement for environmental excellence
- Audubon Signature Sanctuary certification for the resort's Stowe Mountain Golf Club
- 5 Green Keys awarded to Stowe Mountain Lodge, the maximum rating by Green Key Global and specific designation through Audubon International, achieving a four out of five leaf rating in the organization's Green Leaf Eco-Rating Program for Hotels
Venn is a 113-unit, Class-A apartment complex located on Market Street in San Francisco, California. The Property is situated at the nexus of three neighborhoods of San Francisco – Hayes Valley, Lower Haight, and the Castro. All three are highly desirable locations due to access to an abundance of restaurants, shopping, entertainment, and transit options. There is a major Muni & BART stop within walking distance of the Project which runs east down Market Street to the Financial District and Embarcadero and west through the Castro District and beyond. Freeway access to the Peninsula with on/off ramp to Highway 101 and Interstate 80 (the Bay Bridge) is immediately across the street from the Project making it an ideal location for residents who commute to Silicon Valley or the East Bay but want to live in an urban setting and enjoy the amenities city living offers. The community offers a variety of floor plans of one, two, and three-bedroom apartments with high end unit interior finishes including stainless steel kitchen appliances, vinyl plank flooring throughout the living area, and granite countertops. A central courtyard and fifth floor roof deck with city views provide recreational amenities and a BBQ area for the residents.
The Sunset Lofts is a 183-unit, Class A apartment community located in Los Angeles, California. The site is located on Sunset Boulevard in the West Hollywood submarket. The Sunset Strip, one of the major nightlife and entertainment hubs of Los Angeles, is one block from the site. It is a close walk to restaurants and entertainment, plus minutes away to Sunset Plaza, Melrose Avenue, Beverly Center, Santa Monica Boulevard, and The Grove. Sunset Lofts offers unique loft units with views of downtown Los Angeles, Hollywood, and the ocean. The community features a variety of distinctive floor plans, including unique lofts with state-of-the-art fitness equipment, yoga wall, ballet bar, boxing, pilates equipment, plasma T.V's, cardio equipment, wet & dry saunas, locker rooms, and a service bar. There are also outdoor rooftop sky terraces, as well as a lounge and entertainment area with bar. For business needs, there is a conference room, business center, and visitor parking.
1 North 4th Place envisions the development of a new 41-story residential tower with 509-unit rental apartments, designed by FXFowle Architects, in Brooklyn, New York. The development is the first high-rise rental project on the Williamsburg waterfront and sits on a small point of land extending into the East River, providing residents with expansive views of the East River and the Manhattan skyline, and direct access to the esplanade leading to two waterfront parks. The development is located in the Williamsburg neighborhood, one of the most vibrant communities in New York City, with access to public transportation, and the water ferry, which runs a short distance to neighboring Manhattan and other Brooklyn locations. The unit mix will be studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, with a sleek and modern feel. The high-rise will have extensive fitness and recreational amenities, a spacious terrace overlooking the river, and residential parking.
Shanghai Centre is a mixed-use development, centrally located on Nanjing Road West, one of Shanghai’s most famous streets. The complex encompasses 472 premium-serviced apartments, 30,000 square meters of prime office space, a three-level retail plaza, and an exhibition atrium. The center also offers a world-class performance theatre and a five-star hotel, The Portman-Ritz Carlton. Shanghai Centre opened in October 1990 and was the first serviced apartment complex downtown with its added amenities. The premium apartment units are fully furnished and are available with a mix of studio, one-, two, three- and four-bedrooms, including penthouses. The office platform is ideally located right in the center of one of Shanghai's busiest business communities. Each office space is equipped with state-of-the-art telecommunications services, and fully equipped conference rooms. The Retail Plaza at Shanghai Centre contains three levels of exclusive shops and services. The four-story Atrium is open space with a spectacular 800-square meter setting. The Atrium's location is adjacent to the theatre and hotel. The Portman-Ritz Carlton Hotel offers 610 spacious rooms, all featuring panoramic views of China's metropolis, and equipped to suit business and leisure needs. The hotel includes extensive amenities, including a health club. Shanghai Centre was designed in a timeless manner, with focus on the functional aspect of how people live, what people enjoy in terms of material textures, and most importantly, how people relate to space.
The Embassy Suites Midtown Manhattan Hotel will represent the return of the Embassy Suites by Hilton brand to the New York City market. The 153,000 square foot, 36-story hotel will provide commanding views of the Empire State Building and surrounding neighborhood. Located on 37th Street between 5th and 6th Avenues, the hotel is ideally situated in the heart of the Herald Square submarket of Manhattan, which is within a short walk of numerous major landmarks and tourist destinations, including Macy’s Herald Square, the Empire State Building, Times Square, Madison Square Garden, Penn Station, Bryant Park, and the Broadway Theater District. The hotel is schedule to open December 2016.
Lake Park Crescent is a three-phase redevelopment project of new multifamily mixed-income units on 16.5 acres. This first phase includes 112 rental units for low-income tenants and 36 market-rate units housed in thirteen brick buildings. Each unit includes central air and heat, a dishwasher, a covered parking space, washer/dryer connections, and a balcony. Common area amenities include a community center, central laundry facilities, a day care center, and a three-acre park with a tot lot and dog walk. Lake Park Crescent is just minutes away from public transportation, great shopping, dining, excellent public and private schools, world-class healthcare, and of course, Chicago’s Loop via Lake Shore Drive.
Richmond Village (formerly Easter Hill) is a HOPE VI Redevelopment project site which was originally built in 1950 as a cutting edge urban planning experiment. Since its original construction, the project site had become a blighted, dilapidated, overcrowded public housing development. As part of the City of Richmond’s revitalization effort, the Richmond Housing Authority received a HOPE VI Award from the Department of Housing and Urban Development in the amount of $35,000,000 for housing and social programs based on the extreme need to revitalize this community. Richmond Village was a four-phase project, including 202 new construction multi-family units, 36 rehab multi-family units, 82 new construction single-family homes, a community/management building, a 3-acre park, recreational fields, and a swimming pool. This first phase of Richmond Village has 117 family units composed of one-, two-, three-, and four -bedroom townhouses. Unit amenities include a fully equipped kitchen, wall to wall carpet, mini-blinds, individual balconies/patios, and a washer and dryer. Youth and family programs are offered through a partnership with the Police Athletic League. To address energy efficiency and sustainability, a 415 kilowatt solar array was installed and a comprehensive car-share and green transportation program has also been implemented.
Senior Living at University Place is the first rental housing phase at University Place and consists of 118 units of affordable housing for senior residents who are 62 years or older. University Place development is a 473-unit mixed-income housing development in south central Memphis, situated on the site of the former Lamar Terrace public housing project. In June 2004, Memphis Housing Authority was awarded $22.5 million in federal HOPE VI funding for the project. Demolition started in 2005, construction began in 2006 and the last phase of development was completed in 2009. The development includes a 6,700 square foot management office, community room, fitness center, swimming pool, tot lots, and park space. All units include individually controlled heating and air conditioning, carpet, fully equipped kitchens, washers and dryers, and a balcony or patio. The development also has a Community and Supportive Services Program implemented by Urban Strategies, Inc. in connection with the Memphis Housing Authority, The Women's Foundation for Greater Memphis and the philanthropic community of the City of Memphis. Most buildings in the development are registered with the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environment Design) Home Program and were certified in 2008. With Delta Blues floating over from world-famous Beale Street, and both the Memphis Grizzlies and the University of Memphis Tigers playing at nearby FedEx Forum, University Place is at the heart of the excitement of Downtown Memphis. It is also just a short drive away from a variety of Memphis shopping destinations, from bustling downtown shops to the quirky storefronts of the South Main district to the eclectic retailers in Midtown. Easy access to I-240, I-40 and I-55 makes a shopping trip to Northwest Mississippi or out to Wolfchase Galleria in Cordova a breeze.
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