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April 27, 2017

Peek Inside an Artist’s Abode

inRegister - An LRK renovation in Baton Rouge is featured in this month's issue of inRegister. Read more.

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April 27, 2017

LRK Listed in ENR Top 500

Engineering News Record - LRK was listed 474 in ENR's 2017 Top 500 listing. Companies were ranked according to revenue for design services performed in 2016. Read more.

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April 26, 2017

Frank Ricks Named to Power Player List

Inside Memphis Business - Frank Ricks was once again named to Inside Memphis Business'  annual list of Memphis Power Players. Congratulations, Frank!

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April 20, 2017

ServiceMaster Featured in Real Estate Forum's Best of 2016

Real Estate Forum - ServiceMaster’s adaptive reuse of the Peabody Place Mall for their new downtown headquarters is featured in the Best of 2016: Deals, Dealmakers & Placemakers. Read more.

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April 12, 2017

HomeTown Designated as Great Place by Texas APA

APA Texas -  The LRK-planned community of HomeTown in North Richland Hills, Texas was designated as a Great Texas Neighborhood by the Texas chapter of the American Planning Association's Great Places in Texas program. Great Places in Texas exemplify exceptional character and highlight the role planners and planning play in creating communities of lasting value. HomeTown, a 650-acre master-planned neighborhood, features a wide mix of uses, a diverse and multigenerational housing stock, abundant open space and public art displays, and a model road and pedestrian pathway network. Read more

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April 6, 2017

Forum Roundup: Reimagining the Suburbs

New Jersey Future - LRK's Jim Constantine was recently a panelist at New Jersey Future's 2017 Redevelopment Forum where breakout sessions focused on redefining the suburbs to adapt to changing demographic realities. Jim suggested that a good strategy for New Jersey to attract Millennials, who gravitate toward walkable urbanism, is to focus on the boroughs, which possess similar assets to bigger cities – a mix of housing types, a traditional downtown within walking distance of residential neighborhoods, a grid street network. Read more.

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