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Live feed and time lapse of Moxy Hotel construction.
F13’s exterior rendering featured in one last announcement/article in the local paper.
F13’s exterior rendering featured in this additional article.
Description: Rendering of the atrium and discussion of the long awaited science building, designed by Design Collective.
This vision for a commercial center comes to life in F13’s exterior rendering depicted in this article.
Video of campus master plan for Texas A&M University.
F13’s exterior rendering, representing the face lift this residence tower is undergoing at the university.
Gunlocke Hall is one of the renovation projects set to take place after this surprise donation.
Major development in Rock Hill, SC was the source of this project which resulted in an amazing animation and many still renderings.
An aerial view F13 completed for this huge development project is included in the article.
Rendering of the new Main Street at City Garage, including a new 8,000-square-foot co-working space.
In the Fall 2016 printing of The National Aquarium Watermarks magazine, upgrades and renovations planned to meet the needs of the 21st century are discussed.
D.C.’s first Moxy — a new hotel brand from Marriott International Inc. — will have 200 guest rooms, a rooftop lounge and an “industrial chic” aesthetic.
The Cordish Cos. marked the opening Friday of Spark, a collaborative workspace near the Inner Harbor in downtown Baltimore designed to attract technology startups and entrepreneurs seeking flexibility to grow through shared or private office space.
The Cordish Companies proudly announce Baltimore’s newest collaborative workspace for creators and innovators: Spark. Spark, designed by Baltimore based Verve Design, will be ideally located in the central business district at The Offices at Power Plant Live!. Baltimore’s tech community is thriving, creating a need for non-traditional, businesses to work collaboratively under the same roof.
D.C.’s first Moxy Hotel, a new micro-hotel brand Marriott International Inc. is launching in the U.S., could open at 11th and K streets NW.
Howard Hughes Corp. is getting closer to a solid plan for what’s long been known as the Crescent property behind Merriweather Post Pavilion and has begun marketing the site to potential retailers.