The Booth Hansen designed 2950 N. Sheridan Apartments in Lakeview are now leasing and will be fully complete in Spring. This 20 story, 82 unit luxury apartment building marks the first ground-up residential development for Wirtz Realty. Congratulations to our friends at Wirtz Realty and the Booth Hansen project team!
THE LEARNING CENTER AT THE CHICAGO BOTANIC GARDEN NEARS COMPLETION
25 August 2016
The centerpiece of the new Regenstein Learning Campus, the 27,000 square foot Learning Center designed by Booth Hansen, is set to open on September 10. The Learning Center will offer educational programs and activities for visitors of all ages.
A product of Booth Hansen and the Chicago Botanic Garden’s commitment to stewardship, the Learning Center is targeting LEED Platinum certification. Photo credit: Chicago Botanic Garden
Booth Hansen is thrilled to announce that The Parker Fulton Market opened its doors to residents today.
The Parker offers a rich urban lifestyle, with unobstructed views of the Chicago skyline and an experience crafted to reflect Fulton Market’s dynamic culture.
Booth Hansen would like to thank Focus Development, Shapack Partners, and Atlantic Realty Partners for the opportunity to deliver this project that we hope will enrich the ever-changing and vibrant Fulton Market District.
The newest addition to the Brookfield Zoo — the Booth Hansen designed Bramsen Animal Ambassador Pavilion — is nearing completion. The pavilion houses a variety of ‘animal ambassadors’ that guests can engage through up-close experiences. It also provides a multi-use event space that opens into a covered patio to serve special and catered events.
The pavilion opens on July 1st and is expected to be LEED certified.
The Chicago Botanic Garden broke ground on its Booth Hansen designed Education Center on April 23, 2015. The groundbreaking encompasses the new seven-acre Regenstein Foundation Learning Campus, which includes the Education Center and Learning Campus Garden.
Opening in summer of 2016, the Education Center — the heart of the Learning Campus — will be a hub for plant-based community and civic engagement, intergenerational learning, hands-on coursework, and health and wellness activities.
In keeping with Booth Hansen’s and the Chicago Botanic Garden’s commitment to sustainability, the Education Center is expected to achieve LEED Platinum certification. A variety of green strategies were employed including recycled and low-emission materials, solar panels, and rainwater harvesting; energy and water use data will be tracked in real-time and displayed on an electronic dashboard which will serve as a teaching tool for the building’s visitors.
Visit the following links for more information on the Education Center:
The new Arts and Recreation Center located at 35th and Cottage Grove in the Oakland neighborhood will serve the greater Oakland, Douglas, and Bronzeville communities. Sited within Ellis Park, the two-story, 32,000 square foot field house is designed around a central lobby on axis with South Vincennes Avenue which directly connects with the Oakwood Shores community to the south. Located on a triangular site, the gymnasium, indoor swimming pool, fitness room, and club rooms are rotated about a central point that makes all functions visible from the lobby and responds to adjacent streets and approaches to the building. A roof deck covered by a sculptural trellis provides an outdoor gathering space with views of the park. Environmentally conscious design features, including a green roof, rain garden and solar thermal hot water system, help enhance the building’s sustainability.
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Construction has begun at Lake and Halsted on a 29 story mixed-use apartment tower. The project developed at 171 N. Halsted by Shapack Partners, Focus Development, and Atlantic Realty Partners broke ground on February 20 with sights set on a summer 2016 delivery.
The tower has been designed with sweeping curved façade to afford outstanding views for all units. Seamless glass curved walls provide a dynamic form that distinguishes it from the recent towers in this West Loop neighborhood. Just steps from the Randolph Street restaurant row, the tower includes 8,700 square feet of ground floor retail, 227 luxury residential units, and 3 floors of parking with 159 spaces. The tower is targeting LEED Silver certification and includes the following amenities: outdoor deck and pool, dog run, lounge and party room, fitness and yoga room, and 29th floor indoor/outdoor terrace with unobstructed views of the Loop. The development also includes a large green roof on top of the parking podium along with the other outdoor amenities.
Read more about 171 N. Halsted at Chicago Curbed: Click Here
Construction Begins on Booth Hansen Designed Lake House
05 September 2014
Construction has begun on a Booth Hansen designed lake house in New Buffalo, Michigan.
Booth Hansen, partnered with Forefront Structural Engineers, will once again participate in the annual Canstruction Chicago design/build competition to benefit the Greater Chicago Food Depository.
Canstruction is an international nonprofit organization which hosts competitions and events showcasing structures made entirely out of cans of food. The structures are designed and built by architects, engineers, and contractors and are then put on display for the public, after which all canned food is donated to local food banks.
All structures for Canstruction Chicago will be on exhibit at the Merchandise Mart from August 14 – September 8, 2014. The awards ceremony will be held on September 4, 2014.
For more information, please visit Chicago Canstruction. To learn about Booth Hansen’s submission from last year’s competition, visit our news page and watch a video of our build.