• Ira F. Powers Warehouse and Factory Portland, Oregon

    The Powers Warehouse is prominently located along the Willamette River in downtown Portland. The building has served many functions including its original use as a furniture factory and warehouse; during World War II the building was converted into a dormitory for shipbuilders. Now it caters to new economy enterprises with renovated office featuring clean, natural light and an industrial character. The success of Power’s rehabilitation has helped promote adaptive reuse around the East Burnside bridgehead.
    Portland, Oregon

    Cost: $19,700,000

    Previous Use: manufacturing

    Current Use: offices

  • Ira F. Powers Warehouse and Factory Portland, Oregon

    The Powers Warehouse is prominently located along the Willamette River in downtown Portland. The building has served many functions including its original use as a furniture factory and warehouse; during World War II the building was converted into a dormitory for shipbuilders. Now it caters to new economy enterprises with renovated office featuring clean, natural light and an industrial character. The success of Power’s rehabilitation has helped promote adaptive reuse around the East Burnside bridgehead.
    Portland, Oregon

    Cost: $19,700,000

    Previous Use: manufacturing

    Current Use: offices

  • Ira F. Powers Warehouse and Factory Portland, Oregon

    The Powers Warehouse is prominently located along the Willamette River in downtown Portland. The building has served many functions including its original use as a furniture factory and warehouse; during World War II the building was converted into a dormitory for shipbuilders. Now it caters to new economy enterprises with renovated office featuring clean, natural light and an industrial character. The success of Power’s rehabilitation has helped promote adaptive reuse around the East Burnside bridgehead.
    Portland, Oregon

    Cost: $19,700,000

    Previous Use: manufacturing

    Current Use: offices

  • Ira F. Powers Warehouse and Factory Portland, Oregon

    The Powers Warehouse is prominently located along the Willamette River in downtown Portland. The building has served many functions including its original use as a furniture factory and warehouse; during World War II the building was converted into a dormitory for shipbuilders. Now it caters to new economy enterprises with renovated office featuring clean, natural light and an industrial character. The success of Power’s rehabilitation has helped promote adaptive reuse around the East Burnside bridgehead.
    Portland, Oregon

    Cost: $19,700,000

    Previous Use: manufacturing

    Current Use: offices

  • Ira F. Powers Warehouse and Factory Portland, Oregon

    The Powers Warehouse is prominently located along the Willamette River in downtown Portland. The building has served many functions including its original use as a furniture factory and warehouse; during World War II the building was converted into a dormitory for shipbuilders. Now it caters to new economy enterprises with renovated office featuring clean, natural light and an industrial character. The success of Power’s rehabilitation has helped promote adaptive reuse around the East Burnside bridgehead.
    Portland, Oregon

    Cost: $19,700,000

    Previous Use: manufacturing

    Current Use: offices

  • IBM Building Chicago, Illinois

    The IBM Building was Mies van der Rohe’s last work.  The 52-story office skyscraper is located along the north bank of the Chicago River.  It is notable not only for its association with van der Rohe, but for its many engineering initiatives.  Today, the upper 39 stories of the building remain offices, notably the headquarters of the American Medical Association, while the lower 13 stories have been adapted for luxury hotel use under the Langham nameplate.
    Chicago, Illinois

    Cost: $162,000,000

    Previous Use: Offices

    Current Use: Offices and Hotel

  • IBM Building Chicago, Illinois

    The IBM Building was Mies van der Rohe’s last work.  The 52-story office skyscraper is located along the north bank of the Chicago River.  It is notable not only for its association with van der Rohe, but for its many engineering initiatives.  Today, the upper 39 stories of the building remain offices, notably the headquarters of the American Medical Association, while the lower 13 stories have been adapted for luxury hotel use under the Langham nameplate.
    Chicago, Illinois

    Cost: $162,000,000

    Previous Use: Offices

    Current Use: Offices and Hotel

  • IBM Building Chicago, Illinois

    The IBM Building was Mies van der Rohe’s last work.  The 52-story office skyscraper is located along the north bank of the Chicago River.  It is notable not only for its association with van der Rohe, but for its many engineering initiatives.  Today, the upper 39 stories of the building remain offices, notably the headquarters of the American Medical Association, while the lower 13 stories have been adapted for luxury hotel use under the Langham nameplate.
    Chicago, Illinois

    Cost: $162,000,000

    Previous Use: Offices

    Current Use: Offices and Hotel

  • IBM Building Chicago, Illinois

    The IBM Building was Mies van der Rohe’s last work.  The 52-story office skyscraper is located along the north bank of the Chicago River.  It is notable not only for its association with van der Rohe, but for its many engineering initiatives.  Today, the upper 39 stories of the building remain offices, notably the headquarters of the American Medical Association, while the lower 13 stories have been adapted for luxury hotel use under the Langham nameplate.
    Chicago, Illinois

    Cost: $162,000,000

    Previous Use: Offices

    Current Use: Offices and Hotel

  • Rohm and Haas Corporate Headquarters Building Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Prominently sited on Independence Mall, the nine-story building was designed by internationally renowned architect, Pietro Belluschi, in the Modern Movement style of architecture.  Constructed in 1965 as the headquarters of Rohm and Haas, a specialty materials company perhaps best known for their development of Plexiglas, the building was rehabilitated to continue to serve as the company’s headquarters.
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Cost: $10,000,000

    Previous Use: office

    Current Use: office

  • Rohm and Haas Corporate Headquarters Building Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Prominently sited on Independence Mall, the nine-story building was designed by internationally renowned architect, Pietro Belluschi, in the Modern Movement style of architecture.  Constructed in 1965 as the headquarters of Rohm and Haas, a specialty materials company perhaps best known for their development of Plexiglas, the building was rehabilitated to continue to serve as the company’s headquarters.
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Cost: $10,000,000

    Previous Use: office

    Current Use: office

  • Rohm and Haas Corporate Headquarters Building Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Prominently sited on Independence Mall, the nine-story building was designed by internationally renowned architect, Pietro Belluschi, in the Modern Movement style of architecture.  Constructed in 1965 as the headquarters of Rohm and Haas, a specialty materials company perhaps best known for their development of Plexiglas, the building was rehabilitated to continue to serve as the company’s headquarters.
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Cost: $10,000,000

    Previous Use: office

    Current Use: office

  • City Pier A New York, New York

    Pier A was constructed in 1886 by the New York City Department of Docks.  Located at the northern edge of Battery Park, the pier is composed of the inshore Head house and the outshore Piershed with four-story clock tower.  The rehabilitation of Pier A, which is nearing completion, will transform the building into a visitor center, restaurant, bar and live entertainment venue.
    New York, New York

    Cost: $48,000,000

    Previous Use: vacant

    Current Use: visitor center, restaurant, bar, live entertainment venue.

    Photograph by: Joe Mabel from Seattle, US

  • City Pier A New York, New York

    Pier A was constructed in 1886 by the New York City Department of Docks.  Located at the northern edge of Battery Park, the pier is composed of the inshore Head house and the outshore Piershed with four-story clock tower.  The rehabilitation of Pier A, which is nearing completion, will transform the building into a visitor center, restaurant, bar and live entertainment venue.
    New York, New York

    Cost: $48,000,000

    Previous Use: vacant

    Current Use: visitor center, restaurant, bar, live entertainment venue.

    Photograph by: Joe Mabel from Seattle, US

  • City Pier A New York, New York

    Pier A was constructed in 1886 by the New York City Department of Docks.  Located at the northern edge of Battery Park, the pier is composed of the inshore Head house and the outshore Piershed with four-story clock tower.  The rehabilitation of Pier A, which is nearing completion, will transform the building into a visitor center, restaurant, bar and live entertainment venue.
    New York, New York

    Cost: $48,000,000

    Previous Use: vacant

    Current Use: visitor center, restaurant, bar, live entertainment venue.

    Photograph by: Joe Mabel from Seattle, US

  • City Pier A New York, New York

    Pier A was constructed in 1886 by the New York City Department of Docks.  Located at the northern edge of Battery Park, the pier is composed of the inshore Head house and the outshore Piershed with four-story clock tower.  The rehabilitation of Pier A, which is nearing completion, will transform the building into a visitor center, restaurant, bar and live entertainment venue.
    New York, New York

    Cost: $48,000,000

    Previous Use: vacant

    Current Use: visitor center, restaurant, bar, live entertainment venue.

    Photograph by: Joe Mabel from Seattle, US