Bader Development sees slowdown as opportunity, readies St. Louis Park apartment project – Finance and Commerce

Finance and Commerce reports

“We believe it’s a great time to develop because there’s not a whole lot being developed,” said Robb Bader, vice president of acquisitions and development for St. Louis Park-based Bader Development. His firm, in fact, is gearing up to break ground on a $31 million apartment development in St. Louis Park.

The St. Louis Park-based developer is planning to begin construction on The Ellipse, a project offering 132 rental units and 16,000 square feet of ground floor retail space, at the northwest corner of France Avenue and Excelsior Boulevard.

The
project team includes Minneapolis-based DJR Architecture,
Minneapolis-based Damon Farber Associates as landscape architect and
the Hopkins-based Frana Companies as general contractor. The
Minneapolis-based Ackerberg Group will lease the commercial space in
the building.

SOURCE: Finance and Commerce

Landplan opens office in Manhattan – LJWorld.com

LJWorld.com reports “The office at 315 Houston St. will be managed by Janelle Phillips, a graduate of both Kansas State University and Kansas University. Phillips will be responsible for client development and project management.”

[SOURCE: LJWorld.com / Landplan opens office in Manhattan]

Unemployed? Why Not Apply for a Grant – Architectural Record

Architectural Record  reports “With work drying up and layoffs sweeping the architecture profession, now may be an ideal time to pursue long-delayed personal projects. To help architects and designers take stock of available funding, the Architectural League of New York recently hosted a public forum where arts and cultural organizations presented various grant and fellowship opportunities to a standing-room-only crowd.”

The summary of the programs that were discussed are at the SOURCE: Architectural Record – Unemployed? Why Not Apply for a Grant

Architecture firm Burt Hill cuts 50 jobs in Pittsburgh office; Dubai slowdown blamed – Pittsburgh Business Times

Pittsburgh Business Times reports “Only a little more than a month after an earlier round of job cuts, Butler-based Burt Hill laid off nearly 50 people Thursday from its international studio office located Downtown.”

read the full article at the SOURCE: Pittsburgh Business Times -Architecture firm Burt Hill cuts 50 jobs in Pittsburgh office; Dubai slowdown blamed ]

Langan Opens an Arlington, Virginia Office to Serve the Mid-Atlantic Region – The American Surveyor Magazine

The American Surveyor Magazine  reports “Langan Engineering & Environmental Services, a premier land development engineering and environmental consulting firm, has announced the opening of a new office in Arlington, Virginia. The latest Langan office will provide the firm’s integrated suite of geotechnical, site/civil, and environmental engineering services to developers, property owners, architects, and corporate clients throughout the Mid-Atlantic Region.”

[SOURCE: The American Surveyor Magazine - Land Surveying and Mapping Online].

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