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Lake Street Studios

Harley Ellis Devereaux designed the recently compelted Lake Street Studios for Interfaith Housing Development Corporation. This nine and a half story development brings 61 micro-units to the Greek Town/Fulton market restaurant district of downtown Chicago and provides transit-oriented, affordable, workforce housing. Constructed on a narrow thrity-foot-wide site, the resulting program placed rooms in a single-loaded corridor and displays unobstructed views of downtown in all units.

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San Diego City College Science Building Grand Opening

The Grand Opening of the San Diego City College Science Building was held on February 19, 2014. The 98,000 square foot building houses four floors of new classrooms, labs, and state-of-the-art technology for the Life Sciences and Physical Sciences programs. The building includes many special features such as sunshade devices to reduce solar heat gain and glare, and light shelves that harvest daylight to reduce energy demands from artificial lighting. Additionally, all windows utilize performance glass that allows sunlight to filter into the building, but reduces the amount of UV light and solar heat entering the building. The project is on track to obtain a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver certification by the U.S. Green Building Council. 

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Thinking About Creative Space

Creative Space - A New Asset Class?

So-called “creative space” has historically been the domain of companies like entertainment and media firms, ad agencies, architects, design shops and others that rely on creative workers as the core of their operations. Demand for this space got a big boost in the dot-com boom of the late 1990s, when scores of new tech companies sought cool spaces for their new enterprises. Now, however, the pool of tenants interested in out-of-the-box space has broadened. “Prospects now include more traditional tenants who compete for the best talent and want competitive space,causing vacancy in this class to plummet while traditional office availabilities abound,” he adds.


Adapted from: “Globe street Real Estate Southern California: The Space Chase - Real Estate Forum Article – July 22, 2013”
 

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S&T | Science & Technology:  Advanced Manufacturing

Over the past 75+ years, we have been called on by many of the world’s leading corporate and industrial companies not only as architects and engineers that create highly technical and advanced facilities, but as strategic facility planners, programmers, designers, system and process equipment integrators, and program managers.  We firmly believe….“buildings must support your work, not hold you back”. This issue highlights flexible and high performance work environments.

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Owner’s Guide to Project Success

This booklet has been prepared to assist you in navigating the complexities of the design and construction process. We have focused on ten critical success factors, those key to achieving your goals. Whether this is a new responsibility for you, or one you have had for some time, we hope you will find this a valuable resource. Please feel free to ask questions or offer suggestions at any time. Design and construction is a collaborative process and we look forward to working with you as partners.

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S&T | Science & Technology: Life Sciences

A thorough understanding of the unique challenges of the Life Sciences environment forms the underpinning of our experience at Harley Ellis Devereaux.

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THINK Workplace

In the emerging world of work, leading organizations will have a highly motivated, innovative, and focused workforce who uncovers the most effective places for them to achieve, learn, build networks, find opportunities, and build business. These organizations will be the ones who “get” the experiences of working. They will understand that the emerging metric of performance, leadership, and success is the growth in people’s potential which is supported by environments that provide the experiences people seek.

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