Portfolio Tag: Adaptive Reuse

Pullman Artspace

When Chicago’s historic Pullman neighborhood received National Landmark status in 2015, Pullman Artspace, LLC, in partnership with the Richard H. Driehaus Foundation, sponsored a phased competition for the design of an artist’s live/work space incorporating new construction connecting two original Pullman buildings located at either end of an otherwise empty block. HPZS, as part of…
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UIC MAXWELL / HALSTED STREET REDEVELOPMENT

The UIC Maxwell/Halsted project is a $29,000,000 mixed-use redevelopment of an area of the City of Chicago that is rich with history and is now part of the University of Illinois at Chicago South Campus. For the project, HPZS refurbished two existing buildings which were reused as part of a new commercial district with University…
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Garver Arts Incubator

The former Garver Feed Mill Building, constructed in 1906, was given to the City of Madison for the expansion of the adjacent Olbrich Botanic Garden. In addition to it’s use by the Botanic Garden, the building was developed as an arts incubator in which local artists would work and teach. HPZS prepared an Historic Structures…
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Dearborn Station

The Dearborn Street Station, designed by Cyrush Eidlitz, was completed in 1886. It is a Chicago Landmark structure, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and it is the only surviving nineteenth railroad station in Chicago. The scope of the project involved restoration and adaptive reuse of the existing building and construction of an…
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