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Adaptive reuse of Phoenix post office wins architecture award

Post Office, WEB

Holly Street Studio Architects’ Diane Jacob’s infusion of Arizona State University’s 30KSF student center at a historic United States federal building in downtown Phoenix recently won a Crescordia award for historic preservation. Caliente Construction handled construction of the project. Since the center’s opening in early 2013, students, faculty and the community at large have used the… Read More →

Westlake Reed Leskosky promotes two employees

by in AZRE Magazine | Newsmakers

Westlake Reed Leskosky promotes the following individuals in recognition of their design and technical excellence and superior execution that enhance the firm’s fully integrated design services and thought leadership: Peter W. Rutti, AIA Peter is Principal, Director of Design and Phoenix Studio Director of Westlake Reed Leskosky. He advances the Phoenix design studio culture and… Read More →

Shepley Bulfinch’s architecture office heads to Phoenix Financial Center

Phx Financial Ctr 41_W.A. Sarmiento

Shepley Bulfinch is growing its way to a new home this summer when its moves into the south Rotunda at the landmark Phoenix Financial Center. For the past five years, the Phoenix architecture office has called The Link, its studio at 1st and McDowell, home. When they started to outgrow the space last year, they… Read More →

SkySong sparks economic revitalization along McDowell Road Corridor

SS Reendering
by in Economy | Education | Featured | Tech

No one would guessed that a catalyst of innovation could rise from the ruins of a vacant shopping mall. And certainly no one could imagine that happening in the middle of a crippling economic downturn that affected the entire world. But that’s what’s happened in Scottsdale. “It is hard to think of a business attraction… Read More →