Posts Tagged ‘adaptive reuse’

Sisters in Cinema, Chicago, IL

Sisters In Cinema gallery rendering

Sisters in Cinema was founded in 1997 and is a Chicago-based non-profit with an inclusive mission to entertain, educate, develop and celebrate Black girls and women media-makers and future generations of storytellers and their audiences. In 2017 Sisters in Cinema was awarded a NOF grant to develop the Sisters in Cinema Media Arts Center. The…

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ChiCAT Honored at the 24th CNDA Ceremony

ChiCAT team at the 24th Annual Chicago Neighborhood Development Awards

Yesterday, April 5th, 2018, LISC Chicago hosted the 24th Annual Chicago Neighborhood Development Awards (CNDA) honoring nine organizations for their contribution to community development and architectural design. We’re proud to announce that ChiCAT, a state-of-the-art school and community center in Chicago’s near west side, received The Second Place Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Award for Architectural…

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Creating an Integrated Care Center: What it Really Takes

Wednesday, October 25th, Mental Health Corporations of America (MHCA) hosted a conference in Scottsdale, AZ, focused on the challenges and opportunities Thresholds experienced while developing the Schwartz Center for Integrated Health, which was recently completed in June. Thresholds kindly invited LBBA’s Jeff Bone to join the panel to discuss designing an adaptive reuse build-out that…

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Chicago Reader: “The National Public Housing Museum’s long journey home”

The experiences of residents in public housing often are unheard, forgotten, or treated with similar neglect that the buildings themselves face. In a recent Chicago Reader article, written by Maya Dukmasova, the story of The National Public Housing Museum’s (NPHM) fight to remember the people of the Jane Addams Homes is told. The article narrates…

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