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Fulton Street is one of New York City’s most important river-to-river corridors and the Crossroads area is one of its oldest retail districts with many registered historic landmarks. The area is...
John Long is the higher education market sector leader for the San Francisco office. With over 25 years of experience, his innovative work on educational facilities has included campus master planning, programming, feasibility studies and detailed design for new construction and adaptive reuse building projects. His inventive, strategic approach and commitment to a collaborative process seeks and explores exceptional ideas and resonant solutions.
Architectural Record on the Ferry Building
When the renovation of the San Francisco Ferry Building was completed in 2004 it revolutionized the city's waterfront and created an entirely new destination for community, recreation and shopping. Architectural Record profiled the project in November, illuminating the building's unique history in the city as well as our work of renovating and reimagining it.
Florida International University, Master Plan
Perkins+Will has been a planning partner with FIU since 2007. Services initially involved the programming and design of a new academic health center that impacted one quarter of the main Modesto...
This retail development is a renovation and addition to existing heritage buildings on historic Water Street in Vancouver's Gastown district, a late 1800's pit-stop for mill workers and Klondike gold...
Cathy Simon's focus on transformative design is evident at all scales. Larger-scale work is best exemplified by San Francisco's Ferry Building, a once-disused relic reborn as a public marketplace and the site of the nation's most highly-regarded farmer's market, as well as a place of vibrant community. Notable smaller projects include numerous independent K-12 projects including the Urban School, a private high school whose identity and relationship to its neighborhood were revolutionized as a result of its new facility.
Hunters Point Shipyard
Hunters Point shipyard is a historic former naval shipyard located on a striking promontory in San Francisco Bay. With the closure of the shipyard and its integration into the city of San Francisco, Perkins + Will was commissioned to develop a plan for the shipyard’s reuse. The planning work included site planning, urban design, and an extensive public outreach effort.
San Francisco City Hall Historic Restoration
Perkins+Will was commissioned to provide extensive studies, planning and pre-design preparation for the rehabilitation of San Francisco’s historic City Hall. The monumental Beaux Arts building was completed in 1915, and includes one of the largest domes in the United States. The building suffered from years of deferred maintenance and incompatible alterations and was in need of an extensive structural upgrade to correct severe seismic deficiencies.
Presidio of San Francisco
Our team is providing implementation planning and urban design services for the 1480-acre Presidio of San Francisco, home to an unparalleled collection of natural and cultural resources. The Presidio’s 220-year history of continuous use as a military post under the flags of Spain, Mexico, and the United States left a distinctive collection of historic buildings and landscapes in a place of breathtaking beauty. The Presidio Trust hired us to carry out the intensive site analysis, assessment, study, master planning and design necessary to realize the overall goals for the Presidio.
L.A. River/Piggyback Yard
In service to the nonprofit Friends of Los Angeles River (FoLAR) and completed in coordination with the City of Los Angeles River Office, the Piggyback Yard (PBy) Conceptual Master Plan investigates the potential to convert the underutilized 125-acre "Piggyback Yard" rail facility, strategically located adjacent to the river in downtown, to serve a more riverly purpose.
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