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Senior Housing News Interviews Partner Jason Briscoe about Steinberg Hart’s Senior Living Projects in China, and the Industry’s Evolving Landscape

Chuck Sardo reports: Developers and operators seeking their share of China’s growing senior housing market pie have identified design as a way to distance themselves from the competition.

As senior living in China enters a new era, architects and designers are putting as much effort into a community’s look and feel as its functionality, Jason Briscoe, a partner with architecture firm Steinberg Hart, told Senior Housing News.…

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Q&A: Student Housing That Goes Beyond Being a Place to Sleep

The National Center for Educational Statistics data projects that the student population will reach 23 million by 2020. How this quickly growing student population wants to live—and what ultimately creates a vibrant and fiscally successful student residential community—is changing. Partnering with institutions across the country and drawing from the firm’s market-rate residential design expertise, Steinberg Hart is creating innovative housing models for a variety of student types.…

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Farm-fresh housing in Silicon Valley: Innovative plan to combine housing, farmland nears vote

The (San Jose) Mercury News reports on the Steinberg Hart-designed Santa Clara Agrihood: “In a first for the Bay Area, developers hoping to break ground on a new housing complex next year are wooing potential residents by offering a quirky but increasingly popular perk.…

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AIA Silicon Valley Honors Invicta

We’re pleased to share that Invicta has been named the winner of the 2018 AIA Silicon Valley People’s Choice Award.  Standing as a symbol of the innovation and inclusiveness of the tech industry, this mixed-use development serves as a gateway into San Jose’s SoFA (South of First Area) Arts District.

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A Hotel Renaissance Rises in Hollywood

By Karen Jordan for CoStar — A growing crowd of tourists are fueling a surge in hotel projects in Hollywood as the famous Los Angeles neighborhood undergoes a revival meant to bring back some of the glitz and glamour associated with area’s roots in the Golden Age of film.…

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Construction begins on L.A.’s Purple Line extension as adjacent projects take shape

By Antonio Pacheco for The Architect’s Newspaper — Over 30 years after it was initially planned, the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) has started tunneling the final phases of the Purple Line subway.

According to Metro, when completed in 2026, it will be possible to take a one-seat underground ride from Union Station in Downtown Los Angeles to Westwood—an area home to the University of California, Los Angeles campus, the Veterans Administration complex, and other major institutions—in roughly 25 minutes.…

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Is the Rooftop Architecture Renaissance a Fad or a Fixture?

How can a well-designed rooftop enhance the resident or guest experience while adding value to buildings like 3033 Wilshire Tower, InvictaThompson Hollywood Hotel, The Godfrey Hotel, or Vision on Wilshire? Click the button below to read Partner Simon Ha’s recent interview about rooftop architecture trends.…

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Godfrey Hotel Hollywood Set for Spring 2019 Opening

By Will Speros for Hospitality Design — Oxford Hotels and Resorts and Oxford Capital Group has announced that its latest high-end boutique concept—The Godfrey Hotel Hollywood—will make its debut in spring 2019. Totaling 145,000 square feet, the hotel will be constructed in close proximity to three major, forthcoming developments including the $450 million mixed-use hub Academy on Vine.…

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Big office tower eyed amid major revamp of San Jose’s cultural district

The San Jose Mercury News reports “Developers have submitted new plans for what would be an iconic office tower near downtown San Jose’s Tech Museum of Innovation and the Center for the Performing Arts, part of what’s emerging as a major revamp of the city’s cultural district.” Click the button below to learn more about  the Steinberg Hart-designed 200 Park.…

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Thoughtfully Designed Residential Co-Working Spaces Blend the Best of Live-Work Balance

From freelancers and employees with flexible work schedules to startup founders, more than two-thirds of people around the globe work remotely at least one day a week according to a recent study released by IWG, an international serviced office provider. Co-working spaces and shared office private clubs are continuing to rise in popularity.…