The way to a more equitable community is through addressing the needs of the neighborhood and the underserved.
Pickard Chilton architects Deep Chaniara and Mary Le write about their experience at the NOMA National Conference: Unplugged. The final part of this series, originally published in NOMA Connecticut Intersections in the 2022 Q4 newsletter, discusses the ways that the architecture community aims to record and manage inequality going forward.
Originally published in NOMA Connecticut's Intersections in the 2022 Q4 newsletter. As part of Pickard Chilton's efforts for a more equitable and diverse community, we released their publication in a three-part series: read the first and second parts.
OMAHA, Neb. (Jan. 25, 2023) – Mutual of Omaha has officially started construction of a new 44-story headquarters tower in downtown Omaha that will support the insurance and financial services company’s future growth while contributing to the economic vitality of the city’s urban core.
Mutual Chairman and CEO James Blackledge was joined by Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert and other dignitaries for a ceremonial groundbreaking to kick off construction of the 677-foot tall office tower, which is slated to open in 2026.
OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) - Construction on Nebraska’s newest skyscraper will break ground this Wednesday.
According to Mutual of Omaha, the company will break ground on its new 44-story headquarters at the west end of the Gene Leahy Mall near 14th and Farnam this Wednesday at 2 p.m.
It will also be the tallest building across a large portion of the midwest, outmatching all other buildings in Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, South Dakota, and Wyoming.
According to Mutual of Omaha, the skyscraper will have roughly 800,000 square feet of space for offices, meeting spaces, and amenities.
The first 15 floors of the building will be used as a parking garage with space for 2,200 vehicles. The garage will also be open to the public during the evenings and weekends.
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Located on a three-acre site near Technology Square in Midtown Atlanta, Norfolk Southern Headquarters designed by Pickard Chilton and HKS for Norfolk Southern Corporation is a complex of two office towers unified by a five-story campus-style hub that serves as a destination for employees to work and socialize.
Visitors crowd Owakudani, a tourist destination in Hakone, Kanagawa Prefecture, in December.
Overseas tourists will likely play a key role in the future health of the Japanese economy, which has lagged other major nations in recovering from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
Encompassing a full city block in downtown San Francisco between Market and Mission Street, the PG&E site comprises development components that include the 200 Mission office tower redevelopment, historic complex renovation and new 1.25-acre park to complete Hines’ vision. Upon completion, the reimagined projects will breathe new life into the entire transit-oriented block.