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Thursday, February 26th, 2009
15100 S. Ravinia

The thick concrete panels of the old warehouse were ripped away and replaced with windows, creating an open, very light-driven, contemporary structure like sitting in a terminal at O’Hare Airport. The building was also equipped with an overhang protecting the glass walls from emitting too much light in the wrong areas. The orientation of the building takes advantage of morning sunlight. “I don’t really consider it a loss. We feel that considering this is the first Gold Certified Police building in the country, and that there were no renewable technology added to the building, we did very well.”

Sunday, October 28th, 2007
200 S. Michigan Ave.

RTKL, an international architecture, engineering, and planning firm, has relocated their Chicago office to the Borg-Warner building. RTKL’s is seeking LEED®-CI Silver certification with the usual interiors emphasis on high-efficiency lighting and green materials in their architectural studio space.

Thursday, June 14th, 2007
353 N. Clark

Location 353 N. Clark, Chicago, IL 60654  Map Developer Mesirow Financial Architect Lohan Anderson (Design) Epstein (Architect of Record) 353 N. Clark is a new 45-story, 1.1 million sf speculative office tower anchored by Mesirow Financial and law firm Jenner & Block. The project is LEED® for Core and Shell precertified for Silver certification. As [...]

Monday, March 5th, 2007
2653 W. Walton

Location 2652 W. Walton, Chicago, IL 60622  Map Owner Grun Development Architect Kasia Hochberg This is a series of three prototypical single-family homes at 2652, 2656, and 2658 W. Walton St. Each home is two stories with a basement, is approximately 4,000 sf, and is Energy Star rated. The project very much focuses on the [...]


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