Portfolio Tag: Sustainability

South Shore Beach House

HPZS is proud to announce the South Shore Beach House project, a new construction beach house including lifeguard and concession facilities at South Shore Beach near the South Shore Cultural Center, where we just completed an interior and exterior renovation and restoration. In partnership with landscape and civil engineering provided by SmithGroup, dbHMS Engineers and…
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Kedzie Firehouse

The West Humboldt Park Development Council (WHPDC) will be purchasing from the City of Chicago an abandoned firehouse property adjacent to Kells Park, a neighborhood park managed by the Chicago Park District (CPD). It is the intent of the WHPDC to restore and rehabilitate the firehouse building and repurpose it for use as a CPD…
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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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Lorraine Hansberry Apartments

The Lorraine Hansberry Apartments is a nine story senior housing facility completed in 1976. The first floor includes offices and common areas, while floors 2 through 9 are comprised of 169 apartments. HPZS initially completed a Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) Green Physical Condition Assessment for this property. Construction documents were subsequently prepared to address electrical,…
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VEHE FARM

The fifteen acre Vehe Farm site is one of the two centennial farm sites in Lake County, Illinois. The Vehe Farm complex consists of seven historically significant structures that, prior to their purchase by the Village of Deer Park in 1999, remained in the Vehe family farm through four generations. The Vehe Farm has been…
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Chicago Temple

The Chicago Temple, designed by Holabird and Roche, is one of Chicago's most prominent buildings. It was completed in 1924, and is listed as the tallest church in the world, with a spire reaching 568 feet above ground level. HPZS developed and continues to lead a $27 million dollar, multi-year master plan to bring the…
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