$32 Million Mixed-Use Complex Being Built In Hickory, NC
A $32 million apartment and commercial complex has begun construction in Hickory, NC. Once completed in summer of 2020, the 172-unit complex will contain an undefined square footage of ground-floor restaurant, retail, and service space. An agreement is currently being reached between developers and Catawba Valley Community College to house the CVCC School of Cosmetology in the complex, as well.
New Passenger Terminal Opens At Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
The long-awaited new terminal at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport has finally opened. The new 972,000 square-foot facility includes a centralized screening area, over 40 food, beverage, news, and gift options, music venues, water bottle refilling stations, a pet relief area, and free WiFi throughout. Also included in the facility is a short-term parking facility with 2,190 spaces, which will be complimented by an additional 5,800 spaces across 3 other parking locations.
Utah Valley University Expands Business School By Breaking Ground On $75 Million Building
Utah Valley University has begun the expansion of its Woodbury School of Business by breaking ground on its upcoming Scott. C. Keller Building, at a cost of $75 million. Once finished, the 205,000 square-foot facility will contain 30 classrooms and 205 offices with a capacity of being able to accomodate between 12,000 and 14,000 students at a time.
US Strategic Command Is Moving Into A New $1.3 Billion Complex At Offutt Air Force Base
US Strategic Command is moving its headquarters in Omaha, NE from its current Curtis E. LeMay Building into a new complex located at Offutt Air Force Base, a mere 250 yards away. The new high-tech command-and-control complex comes at a cost of $1.3 billion, and features the electronics and communications tools necessary to supervise the nation’s missile defense, electronic defenses, and nuclear arsenal.
A Proposal To Construct Chicago’s 2nd-Tallest Skyscraper Has Taken A Major step
Plans to build Chicago’s 2nd-tallest skyscraper has made major progress after developers unveiled a proposal that addressed neighbors’ complaints. Construction on the 1,422-foot tower is set to begin sometime in mid-2022, and will include an unspecified number of apartments and condos, as well as a hotel. The project’s estimated cost or completion date is currently unknown.