Extra, extra! Today's front page of the Democrat & Chronicle features a Hanlon Architect design project with Rainaldi Real Estate. The story outlines the development of the high-end shopping center at High Point across from Eastview Mall in Victor, NY. High Point will pay homage to the history of Ontario County with it's design style embodying Italianate architecture combined with a traditional village experience. The story can also be found at: http://www.democratandchronicle.com/story/lifestyle/2014/09/17/eastview-area-will-shopping-black-friday/15789057/
Thank you to all of you who came out to our 20 year anniversary open house! The party was a great success and a wonderful opportunity to see all those who have made the past 20 years possible! Cheers to another 20!
We are proud to sponsor this great cause! Saturday, October 4th at Mendon Ponds Park the Kalama Project will host it's first 5K. Sign up here to take part in a fun run and support our friends in Kenya achieve clean water, education and medical care!
For more information on the Kalama Project check out their website: www.kalamaproject.com
Take a look at the progress of the first two buildings under construction at High Point. Below, a rendering of the finished design.
Congratulations to Arhaus on your new home at the Culver Road Armory!
Recently, Hanlon Architects renderings of the North Shore project on Canandaigua Lake, were featured on the front page of the Democrat and Chronicle. The project aims to transform the North end of the lake from an empty lot of land into a thriving mixed-use space that will include apartments, retailers, and offices. For the full article on the status of the project:
As the completion of Building II at the Culver Road Armory approaches, here's a look back through the progression of the space.
A dynamic project on the boards, Court Street Apartments with Morgan Management, is currently in the design phase. The retail and apartment building will reside beside Dinosaur Bar-B-Que at Court Street and South Avenue.
Last night Morgan Management and Hanlon Architects met before the Rochester Preservation Board for the 933 University Avenue project. The board gave conditional approval with a 7-0 vote, expressing positive support for the project to continue moving forward. This project has evolved over the past 12 months as it met with neighborhood groups, city planning commission, environmental committees as well as the preservation board. Final approval is needed for exterior materials and other final details. Project is expected to begin construction in 2014.
We love our new space and all the light that comes in during the day. It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas around here at Hanlon Architects!