In order to ignite entrepreneurial spirit, commercialize technologies, and foster collaboration, this plan supports the University’s three-part mission of research, teaching, and services.
The master plan developed for the landmark psychiatric hospital proposes a new mixed use community and offers the potential to spur economic growth.
An underdeveloped site on prime real estate in the middle of Philadelphia is poised for the creation of a mixed-use, vibrant community center.
The assessment of development scenarios for 28 acres in downtown Winston-Salem explores various uses and building densities in this area to support research and innovation.
This urban plan is a long-range framework for the development of a brownfield site on Baltimore’s Inner Harbor into a mixed-use neighborhood.
The master plan addresses transportation, retail and office infill, streetscapes, landscape, sustainability, water, infrastructure, and economic concerns.
This 30-acre urban design master plan examines the potential for a mixed-use innovation district that creates a vibrant urban environment and fosters workforce training and economic development.
Thames Street Wharf is a LEED-Silver Class A office building designed to accommodate corporate tenants on eight floors with 35,000 GSF floor plates.
The design of Camden Wharf established several directives: to create a signature building with visibility from all sides, to provide access to a waterfront park, and to establish a city gateway.