Rising above its neighbors, this 20-story condominium and mixed-use building combines contemporary design with the architectural elements of downtown Lincoln. Lied Place Residences, located at 12th & Q Streets, is a $30 million redevelopment project and will be Lincoln’s second-tallest building at completion, with the Capitol as the first.
Renderings provided by Sinclair Hille Architects & Smallwood.
Pottawattamie Arts, Culture & Entertainment
Intended as a multi-use and shared creative space, this project combines a 24,200 square foot addition with a 53,100 square foot renovation to a historic, 110-year-old building. A 282-seat theater and community exhibition/event space with a lounge area are incorporated into the facility. It also features an art gallery, ballet and music rehearsal studios, teaching kitchens, artist spaces, offices, conference rooms, and an outdoor patio.
Council Bluffs, IA
Featuring mixed-use and leasable tenant space, this 35,000 square foot, two-story core-and-shell corporate building includes a parking lot, outdoor areas for potential restaurant seating, and window exposure providing a high degree of natural light and optimal views of the adjacent town square.
Olsson, Lutz, & D.A. Davidson
Utilizing specialized TAKTL concrete, this new construction of a 74,000 square foot, three-tenant corporate office features a second-floor balcony and a rooftop patio enclosure. The project includes mixed-use first-floor shell space, office build-out for Olsson, and custom finishes for corporate tenants Lutz and D.A. Davidson.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Housed on the Nebraska Innovation Campus, this new construction of a 75,000 square foot multi-tenant structure features personal balconies, collaborative workspaces, a kitchen, and several dining areas, all of which are built to LEED Silver standards.
This mixed-use build integrates a 190,500 square foot, 551-stall parking garage with an 8,600 square foot, two-story set of seven townhomes. Located in downtown Lincoln, the eight-story parking garage has a half-square-block footprint and features unique exterior metal screen panels with an antique car design. The townhomes are attached to the garage and set aside for local university students.
This mixed-use project features a 1,608 stall, seven-story parking structure and an attached student housing facility with 130 suites of two-, three-, and four-bedroom units. Apartment amenities include secured access, on-site management office, rooftop outdoor terrace with hot tubs, environmentally-friendly roof garden, fitness center, group study lounges, bicycle storage, secured waiting areas for mass transit, full kitchens with appliances, fully furnished units, and washer/dryers. The parking complex combines university and apartment parking stalls.
City of Lincoln
This plaza and park project incorporates a meandering waterway design with numerous crossings and serves as a flood control tool for the city. Constructed with sustainable elements, it features public art, three fountains, a large plaza, a scenic overlook, an amphitheater with seating for 200, a playground, and paved trails that connect to the city’s existing system. The plaza stretches over three blocks and offers amenities for festivals such as restrooms, seating, audio and power sources, recycling/trash receptacles and lighting. The project includes the two-story Jayne Snyder Trails Center, a hub for city trail users providing public meeting space, restrooms, retail space, and offices for a community health organization.