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LBBA Labs selected for the AIA 2020 Diversity Recognition Program

July 20, 2020

Our summer internship program, LBBA Labs, was honored by AIA’s Diversity Recognition Program! The program aims to encourage diversity by providing an entry-point for high school students interested in architecture. NCARB reported that in 2019 only “1 in 5 new architects identify as a racial or ethnic minority.” While we’re very proud of the recognition…

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Miriam Apartments Finalist in AHF Readers Choice Awards!

July 13, 2020

Miriam Apartments, developed by Mercy Housing Lakefront​, made it as a Best Preservation Development finalist in Affordable Housing Finance (AHF) Readers Choice Awards! Visit AHF’s article to vote for your favorite projects.

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LBBA is seeking a Project Architect / Designer with 5-7 years of experience!

July 7, 2020
LBBA is hiring!

JOB DESCRIPTION We are seeking a talented Project Architect / Designer with excellent design, communication and technical skills to join our team. The candidate should have experience working on larger, multi-unit housing projects and knowledge of the Chicago Zoning Code and Planned Development process. The position requires familiarity and knowledge of all phases of the…

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Affordable Housing Finance: Nonprofit Modernizes 1920s Chicago SRO Building

July 2, 2020

Affordable Housing Finance published this good read about the recently rehabbed Miriam Apartments. We’re thankful to collaborate with Mercy Housing Lakefront in modernizing this SRO in a gentrifying neighborhood.

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Michigan State Housing Authority: Ruth Ellis Center

July 1, 2020
Ruth Ellis Corner View Rendering

Michigan State Housing Authority interviewed the Ruth Ellis Center to learn more about the organization and their upcoming development. We couldn’t be more proud to be partnered with this amazing organization on the Ruth Ellis Clairmount Center in Detroit. Construction on the Center should be underway in a matter of days! Through permanent supportive housing,…

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