OUR WORK

ONE UNIVERSITY PLACE
UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS, IOWA
This new development consists of one three-story and one five-story building. The three-story building, located close to a main thoroughfare, consists of 14,600 sf of commercial space on ground level, and 24 residential condominiums. The five-story building will be made up of 80 residential units. Each building will incorporate below ground parking spaces. Phase I was completed in fall 2016 and Phase II is scheduled to be complete in 2017.
PARK@201
IOWA CITY, IOWA
On a mere 40’ x 80’ site, this building provides 48,000 sf of residential, retail, and office space for the downtown area. Viewed from the exterior, the building form is perceived as two legible elements: the solid services core, and the transparent habitable component. Each residential unit has a generously sized, screened outdoor balcony. 2014 AIA IOWA DESIGN AWARD | 2016 AIA CENTRAL STATES DESIGN AWARD
PLAZA TOWERS
IOWA CITY, IOWA
This vibrant mixed-use facility includes a variety of amenities: grocery store, restaurant, hotel and conference center, office spaces, a fitness center, upscale condominiums, and underground parking for residents. The 210,000 sf structure takes advantage of the city's maximum allowable height limit, and provides dramatic views from the living quarters with generous balconies and roof terraces to expand living space.
WHITEWAY 2000
IOWA CITY, IOWA
With a limited budget and construction period, the design team created an alternative solution to Iowa City’s typical student housing. The seven-story, 35,000 sf structure consists of 39 single occupancy apartment units with a restaurant at street level. The apartment interiors are simple studio spaces with large windows.
VOGEL HOUSE
IOWA CITY, IOWA
The eight-story, 26,000 sf building occupies a confined corner site. The building primarily accommodates 24 studio apartments on floors two through eight with a street level coffee house and the connected lower-level gallery. Eighth floor apartments supply balconies on two levels, one off the living area facing east, the other off the bedroom loft facing west.