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New Project: Hospital in Texas

Construction on the new, $91 million Uvalde Memorial Hospital ...

October 26, 2020

Construction on the new, $91 million Uvalde Memorial Hospital ...

October 26, 2020


New Project: Warehouse and Office in Washington State

Mygrant Glass Co. is building a new, $7.2 million distribution...

October 26, 2020

Mygrant Glass Co. is building a new, $7.2 million distribution...

October 26, 2020


New Project: Affordable Housing in New York

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that construction...

October 26, 2020

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that construction...

October 26, 2020


Project Update: Exterior Work on Hotel in New York Nears Completion

Developers are moving forward with facade installation on the ...

October 26, 2020

Developers are moving forward with facade installation on the ...

October 26, 2020


New Project: Luxury Apartments in Ohio

Developers have begun construction on a new, $20 million luxur...

October 26, 2020

Developers have begun construction on a new, $20 million luxur...

October 26, 2020


New Project: Redevelopment of Iconic Tower in Rochester

Developers have announced plans to redevelop the iconic Xerox ...

October 25, 2020

Developers have announced plans to redevelop the iconic Xerox ...

October 25, 2020


New Project: San Diego Approves Plans for Massive Mixed-Use Neighborhood

The San Diego Planning Commission has announced its recommenda...

October 25, 2020

The San Diego Planning Commission has announced its recommenda...

October 25, 2020


Wilson Architects Promotes New Leadership in its Southwest Region

Wilson Architects has promoted Jocelyn Lynn Lagula, Associate ...

October 25, 2020

Wilson Architects has promoted Jocelyn Lynn Lagula, Associate ...

October 25, 2020


Tangram VP of Business Development Accepted into Forbes Business Development Council

Tangram has announced that its VP of Business Development has ...

October 25, 2020

Tangram has announced that its VP of Business Development has ...

October 25, 2020


New Project: Luxury Condos Near Amazon HQ2 and Virginia Tech

Developers have broken ground on a new luxury condominium comm...

October 25, 2020

Developers have broken ground on a new luxury condominium comm...

October 25, 2020


New Project: Mixed-Use Building in New York

Developers have broken ground on a new, $9.4 million mixed-use...

October 24, 2020

Developers have broken ground on a new, $9.4 million mixed-use...

October 24, 2020


New Project: Fire Station in Michigan

A new, $6.1 million fire station in Michigan has gone into ser...

October 24, 2020

A new, $6.1 million fire station in Michigan has gone into ser...

October 24, 2020


New Project: Residential Building in Detroit

Developers have secured federal Low-Incoming Housing Tax Credi...

October 24, 2020

Developers have secured federal Low-Incoming Housing Tax Credi...

October 24, 2020


Financing Secured for New Mixed-Use Building in Manhattan

Developers have secured $27.5 million in financing for a newly...

October 24, 2020

Developers have secured $27.5 million in financing for a newly...

October 24, 2020


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