In an interview with The New York Times, Mark Johnson shares… “We are purposefully putting design interventions into a space — high-quality, beautifully proportioned gardens and promenades designed with a level of care to stimulate the thoughts and feelings, the sense of connection and wonder that people experience in the galleries.” Read the full article here. We couldn’t be more thrilled for the museum!
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency announced this past Thursday that it will build its new western headquarters in north St. Louis could one day be regarded as a generational moment for the city. After a cutthroat competition between St. Clair County and St. Louis, the NGA’s new $1.75 billion complex and its 3,100 jobs will stay in St. Louis.
April 6th, 2016. After a year of planning to capture the community’s vision, the I-25 Broadway Station Area Plan was approved unanimously at Denver City Council last night. The visionary plan calls for a mixed-use transit community and drastically improved east-west connections for pedestrians and bikes at this physically isolated “urban center” station. It also calls for an expanded network of parks and public spaces. This station area is one of Denver’s greatest transit-oriented development (TOD) opportunities outside of Denver Union Station. Congratulations Chris Parezo and Jason Newsome!!