Mixed-Use

Hoover+Greene

 
 

Hoover+Greene

Conveniently located within walking distance to the University of Michigan football stadium and downtown Ann Arbor, this mixed-use development includes modern residential units and features a corner park element at Davis and Brown. Residential units, amenity spaces, and an elevated inner courtyard make up the second, third, and fourth levels.

The retail space anchors the building’s position on the active cross streets of Hoover and Greene. The retail component is strategically located adjacent to the resident lobby and is supported with ground level, covered parking.

 
 
 

Location:

Ann Arbor, MI


Market:

Mixed-Use


Stats:

Building Size: 226,905 sf
Stories: 4
Units: 167


Services:

Architectural Design
Interior Architecture
Sustainable Design

 

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Hub Champaign

 
 

Hub Champaign

Hub Champaign is a mixed-use development designed to bring an extraordinary lifestyle experience to UIUC students. The building's convenient location in 'Campustown' is adjacent to the University of Illinois campus and walking distance to Greek life and popular nightlife spots.

The development consists of two floors of retail at street level topped with apartments and resident amenity spaces including a steam room, study lounge, business center, barbecue stations, and a rooftop pool. A 17,000 sf two-level Target store is planned at the base of the high-rise.

The building's prime location combined with a design that has a focus on communal studying and relaxation makes it an ideal residence for students.


 
 
 

Location:

Champaign, IL


Market:

Mixed-Use


Stats:

Building Size: 356,322 sf
Stories: 17
Units: 322


Services:

Architectural Design
Interior Architecture
Sustainable Design

 

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Hub Gainesville

 
 

Hub Gainesville

The objective of this mixed-use development is to create a contemporary housing community with world-class amenities located among an energetic urban atmosphere. The development is conveniently located within walking distance of the University of Florida campus.

The Hub's units are configured into an inventive mix of studio, one-, two-, three-, and four-bedroom configurations. Each unit includes spacious living areas, as well as a private bathroom for each securely-accessed bedroom. The amenities include a fitness center, communal gathering spaces, and a pool that overlooks the lively Alligator Alley.


 

Location:

Gainesville, FL


Market:

Mixed-Use


Stats:

Building Size: 192,352 sf
Stories: 8
Units: 109


Services:

Architectural Design
Interior Architecture
Sustainable Design

 

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Hub Flagstaff

 
 

Hub Flagstaff

Taking precise care to not hinder the breathtaking mountain backdrop, the building is designed to be no more than five-stories tall. By taking special consideration of the community’s wants and needs, the design for The Hub underwent some changes from the Concept Review stage to the Site Plan Review stage: the original design was lowered by nine feet, the façade has been broken up by pushing back sections and creating a landscaped courtyard, and more stone and metal panels have been integrated into the façade design, with less emphasis on glass elements.

Exceptional amenities and plenty of areas for quiet study or group interaction means Hub Flagstaff has everything a student could need. The mezzanine level deck is generously equipped with a pool, cabanas, club room, fitness area, sports court, and seating areas.

6,999 sf of retail, restaurant, and office space is included in the development. A parking garage hidden at the core of the structure provides ample vehicle and bike storage. This programming feature eliminates street parking and embraces a focus on the area’s natural scenery.

 
 
 

Location:

Flagstaff, AZ


Market:

Mixed-Use


Stats:

Building Size: 297,168 sf
Stories: 5
Units: 198


Services:

Architectural Design
Interior Architecture
Sustainable Design

 

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Collective On 5th

 
 

Collective on 5th

The Collective on 5th artfully integrates the streetscape, a public plaza, and the building structure. The 12,000 sf public plaza spans the length of the property and includes calming water features, a performance stage, and various gathering areas.

The ground level at Collective on 5th serves as an access point for all the features of the building. The residential units located on the uppermost floors are accessed via a private lobby. A separate lobby provides access to the hotel and office suites. The remainder of the ground level, approximately 3,353 sf, is available for retail tenants. The building also accommodates 20,198 sf of office space. Across four floors, the hotel is comprised of 131 keys. The hotel includes a patio and public park, courtyard, indoor pool, common areas, and other amenities. Residential units average 1,000 sf each and include separate amenity spaces.

 
 
 

Location:

Ann Arbor, MI



Market:

Mixed Use
Hotel


Project Stats:

Building Size: 362,372 sf
Stories: 17
Units: 360
Keys: 131


Services:

Architectural Design
Interior Architecture
Sustainable Design

 

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Hub Madison

 
 

Hub Madison

The goal of this mixed-use, student-oriented development is to create a new state-of-the-art student residence tower with a vibrant street level commercial atmosphere and prized amenities situated throughout the building. The privately-funded development is located in downtown Madison adjacent to the University of Wisconsin campus.

The Hub houses a creative mix of studio, one-, two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom units. Each bedroom contains a private bathroom along with generous living areas. Amenities found on the second floor overlook State Street. The development features a rooftop pool. Tenant space on the first floor of the building allows for retail or restaurants which enhance and celebrate the exciting streetscape that exists on State Street. Tucked in to the first two levels and fully screened from adjoining streets, is a parking structure with spaces for 120 vehicles, 70 mopeds, and 429 bikes.

Myefski Architects worked in association with Antunovich Associates on this project.

RECOGNITION

Silver Award 2016, Association of Licensed Architects

Best in Region Award- Midwest 2015, National Association of Home Builders - Best in American Living

Platinum Award 2015, National Association of Home Builders - Best in American Living

 
 
 

Location:

Madison, WI


Market:

Mixed-Use


Stats:

Building Size: 542,308 sf
Stories: 12
Units: 313


Services:

Architectural Design
Interior Architecture
Sustainable Design

 

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