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  • Crescent Central Station to Be Built by Winter Park Construction

    With pedestrian connectivity to LYNX and the highly anticipated SunRail commuter rail service, a linear park and a pedestrian plaza nearby, Crescent Central Station will be Downtown Orlando's first truly transit oriented development. Crescent Communities picked Winter Park Construction to construct the luxury urban infill, mid-rise/mixed-use project.

    Orlando 02 December 2013 22:23
  • William Brownback of Lord Aeck Sargent

    Architecture firm Lord Aeck Sargent recently opened a Washington, D.C. office. MHN talks to William Brownback, director of the new Lord Aeck Sargent, about this new office and his plans to incorporate mixed-use architecture into Lord Aeck Sargent’s new designs.

    National 02 December 2013 17:33
  • Mid-20th Century Military Barracks Restored in North Georgia

    In planning a new “military education precinct," administrators at North Georgia College & State University had slated historic Gaillard Hall, built in the early 1950s, for demolition. But Atlanta architectural firm Lord, Aeck & Sargent convinced the institution to save, restore and rehabilitate the structure.

    South 10 December 2012 17:35

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