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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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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.…

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Los Angeles residential: new developments on the block

Wallpaper* has unveiled its line-up of Los Angeles’ most anticipated residential developments, including Hazens LA City Center. Read more about our design for the 49-story residential tower in the magazine’s curated spotlight on top residential developments that are rising to reshape the city’s skyline.…

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Student Housing Meets Mixed-Use

“One trend gaining traction is integrating student housing into settings that feature multiple, complementary asset categories,” reports MHN – Multi-Housing News. The Steinberg Hart-designed Northridge Student Apartments development is a prime example of this growing trend. Follow the link below to read more about the intersection of student housing and mixed-use development, including our Northridge Student Apartments project, a new mixed-use community located one block from the CSU Northridge campus that’s being developed by Symphony Development.…

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Designing Communities for Holistic Senior Living

According to the United Nations, China is aging more rapidly than almost any other country in recent history. With more than 200 million citizens over the age of 60, China’s senior population is set to surpass 300 million by 2030. Compounding these staggering numbers, today’s seniors have much smaller families to care for them versus past generations due to decades of population control under China’s one child policy.…

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Transformative 550-Unit Development Receives Go-Ahead in Pasadena

3200 East Foothill is set to revitalize an isolated city block into an engaged community nexus. To reimagine the site, our Steinberg Hart design team envisioned a pedestrian-friendly, diverse mix of residential, retail, dining, and a publicly accessible park. Read more via Urbanize.LA.…

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Big triple-tower project would bring downtown San Jose homes, new theater

The Mercury News reports on the Invicta Towers, the dynamic Steinberg Hart-designed mixed-use development that is set to introduce residences, a theater, and retail and dining to San Jose’s SoFA District.…

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JP DiNapoli proposes 20-story downtown San Jose office tower in midst of city’s building boom

“The scale of it is transforming that part of Park Avenue, serving as a one of the gateway projects into downtown San Jose. We hope that it is the catalyst that would not only support the change that is happening, but really create energy and excitement around the transformation of this part of San Jose,” said Steinberg Hart Partner Asheshh Saheba.

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The University of La Verne Celebrates the Groundbreaking of the Ludwick Center for Spirituality, Cultural Understanding, and Community Engagement

In front of a crowd of the university’s community and supporters—including Art and Sarah Ludwick ’94 whose significant gift supported the new multi-million dollar facility, the University of La Verne celebrated the groundbreaking of the Ludwick Center for Spirituality, Cultural Understanding, and Community Engagement.…