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With roots extending With roots back extending to a two-person back topartnership a two-person partnership formed in 1898, formed Page isinone 1898, of the Page most is one prolific of the and most enduring prolific architecture andand engineering enduring design architecture practices. and engineering From offices design in Austin, Dallas,practices. Denver, Dubai, From offices Houston, in Austin, MexicoDallas, City, Denver, Dubai, San Francisco and Houston, Washington MexicoDC—as City, San well Francisco as internaand Washington tional affiliate offices—over DC—as well650 as international Page architects, affiliate engineers, offices—over interior designers, 650planners, Page architects, strategicengineers, analysts and interior technical designers, specialists provide planners, services strategic throughout analysts the and United technical Statesspecialists and in over 50 countries. provide services Our diverse, throughout international the United portfolio States and in includes projects over in the 50 countries. healthcare,Our academic, diverse, government international portfolio and science andincludes technology projects sectors, in theashealthcare, well as civic, academic, corporate and urban housing government projects. and science and technology sectors, as well as civic, corporate and urban housing projects. The Page portfolio consists largely of complex projects that benefit fromThe ourPage integrated portfolio disciplines consists and largely that ofmake complex projects a significant impact that on benefit the communities from our integrated they serve. disciplines We areand that guided by the three make core a significant values of impact creativity, on the collaboration, communities they and commitment, serve. and We through are guided the force by the of these three ideals, core values we of live up to our promise creativity, of design collaboration, that makes and commitment, lives better. and through the force of these ideals, we live up to our promise of design that makes lives better.

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We start with your vision. We design for the future.

Page Serves The Following Core Markets:

Academic Civic/Government Corporate/Commercial Healthcare Housing/Hospitality Science/Technology

Design is the crux of what we do. Throughout the generations, Page has promised, and delivered, design that makes lives better. We believe buildings are important for what they do and for the positive impact they make on individual lives. That’s why we have a solution-driven project focus that results in life-enhancing buildings and places. Our multidisciplinary services allow complete integration from conceptualization to engineering to interiors and more, resulting in an improved client experience and final product. We recognize that good talent can be applied to complex projects regardless of industry. And good talent becomes great when it gains experience in a variety of situations. We create crossover teams so that individuals can work on different projects and share their own expertise and insights with other team members. Our collective commitment to visionary design is reflected in our portfolio of successful, complex projects. Our work spans the globe, from more than 25 U.S. diplomatic compounds to mission critical facilities in the Middle East to five-star resorts in Africa and beyond. Since Page has multiple offices in the US and affiliates abroad, we have the capability to staff projects onsite as well as set up “follow the sun” workflows to increase efficiency. While Page is distinguished by our portfolio of successes, we also are distinguished by our full spectrum of architectural and engineering design services. This allows us to provide an integrated “total design” single team approach. Our clients benefit from the highest levels of interdisciplinary coordination, quality control and quick response demanded on today’s highly complex and technically sophisticated projects.

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This we believe. As agents for positive change, we are driven by the ideals we hold dear. In the delivery of our services, we are guided by three core values: Creativity

Think curiosity/innovation/ imagination/optimism/originality.

Collaboration

Think sharing/community/ camaraderie/civility/teamwork.

Commitment

Think integrity/respect/giving/ discipline/rigor.

Architecture Page is known for their well-researched program-driven solutions aided by integrated multidisciplinary expertise and a strategic mindset. We bring global thinking and experience to bear on projects that build communities. Our portfolio reflects a commitment to visionary design, a record of innovation and fresh ideas and most importantly, demonstrated success with complex projects. We develop a uniquely created design for every project that reflects the building type, client, need and location. We take pride in knowing that a Page project is one of the best possible solutions to the needs of its multiple stakeholders from owner to operator to neighbor. Engineering Engineering is a historical part of Page’s services, and a critical part. In the mid-1900s, we were one of the first architectural firms in the nation to integrate in-house engineering design services, which was an innovative approach for a single design organization. Today, our engineers are responsible for designing interdependent mechanical, electrical, plumbing, civil and structural systems for a wide range of projects. These vary in complexity and innovation from office buildings and corporate interiors, to academic institutions to technology and healthcare facilities.

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Interiors Page believes that well-designed interiors can be a critical force. They help clients accomplish their mission, and improve the quality of people’s lives. Just like our interiors in our own offices, our clients’ interiors serve as positive, consistent visual reinforcements of their own cultural identity. By combining the skills of our interior designers with those of our architects, planners, engineers, and visualization specialists, we offer our clients a range and quality of single point responsibility found in few other places. Our interiors services range from programming, space-planning and officing studies to the selection of furnishings, finishes and artwork. Programming Before we design physical spaces, our Page Programming team members lead a strategic planning process with our specialists, designers and clients to crystallize both the vision and objective for a project. They understand business dynamics and organizational complexities, which allows them to facilitate productive discussions. We generate a robust understanding of the problem at hand prior to design in order to facilitate, support and in some cases guide clients’ organizational change and growth decisions. We have proven that throughout design, construction and move-in, the clearly communicated project definition developed in the pre-design phase supports effective organizational and/or operational change management even after project completion. Informed client decisions position our entire team to develop optimal solutions throughout every step of the design process. Laboratory Planning Page specializes in challenging projects for demanding clients throughout the globe. Laboratory facilities are among the most intricate and complex projects. The unique challenges posed by highly toxic petrochemical corrosion labs, sterile environments for pharmaceutical manufacturing, biohazard high-containment suites, precise environmental control of animal laboratories are commonplace obstacles overcome by our dedicated technical team of architects and engineers every day. Page has specialists equipped with a thorough understanding of the safety standards and scientific equipment requirements foundational to the success of all laboratories. Planning Our portfolio of work includes more than just buildings. It also includes complexes, campuses and cities. Our Page planning staff develop master plans that are innovative and that include detailed strategies for implementation and development. From university campuses to resorts to city revitalization plans, each project gives us the opportunity to employ our exploratory and research-focused methodology. The manifestations of our plans are destinations that build upon unique qualities and spirit of place – places where people can grow and prosper.

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LEED silver

Sustainability Page has long recognized the need to design sustainably to conserve construction and operational resources and to ensure buildings continue to function efficiently into the future. Our Consulting suite of services includes sustainable consulting ranging from green building education sessions to full documentation for rating systems used in different parts of the world from LEED to BREEAM, Green Globes and Estidama. Our approach to design presupposes sustainability. In fact, it is integral to all of our architecture and engineering solutions, whether or not the project seeks certification from a green building rating system. Commissioning Page recognizes the level of investment and importance of facilities that function as designed from the day they open. Our Commissioning service provides this assurance to owners and operators as well as minimizing costly construction rework. This is accomplished through a collaborative process that includes the building owner, design professionals and the general contractor under the guiding hand of the Commissioning Authority. Our Commissioning staff has developed a solid track record for Page as a Certified Commissioning Firm (CCF). The exacting standards of our teams of professional engineers, architects and field technicians in service of our clients support delivery of construction quality.

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Housing/Hospitality Maximizing livability in personal spaces.

Page strives to influence how people experience their immediate environments through their personal spaces. We understand the psychological impact that intimate surroundings can create and seek to connect that sense with the community in which these spaces are enveloped. Our range of full-service capabilities is unique in both talent and breadth. The Page portfolio includes luxury houses, highrise residential, mid-rise mixed use/multi family, restaurants, resorts, and hotels. As a full service firm, we have worked with national brands, along with public and private investors in launching their projects. We partner with our clients, developing feasibility studies and documentation that illustrate the strengths of a facility for permitting entities, historic review boards, and potential partners. We have won numerous awards for urban design, architecture, and interior design as well as construction quality.

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We’re mindful of the need to maximize livability while also ensuring efficiency in resource consumption. These are equally critical forces in affordability, both for the owner/operator as well as for the end user. While we leverage current technologies to improve our project’s carbon footprint in the community, we have an eye toward how the building will function in the future.

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Fountain Place Residences Dallas, Texas Project Details Project Size 597,760 Gross Square Feet 45 Stories Services Provided Architecture / Interiors / MEP / Fire Protection

With a new 45-story residential tower designed by Page, AMLI Residential will complete Pei Cobb Freed’s Fountain Place master plan. A symmetrical prism of emerald green glass, the Fountain Place office tower by Henry Cobb has adorned the Dallas skyline since 1986. The master plan called for a second identical tower on the western edge of the plaza, rotated 90 degrees from the first, but this vision was never realized. The new residential tower honors the spirit of the original plan by filling in a parking lot and embracing the Dan Kileydesigned landscape, and its proportions, massing and cladding are inspired by its sibling. Its form, however, is original and distinctive, with slices, folds and ridges that endow it with a unique identity and initiate a dialogue with the office tower. Fountain Place Residences sits atop a nine-story parking podium whose 192’ square footprint equals that of the office tower. At the 10th story, the tower rotates 45 degrees to maximize views of Uptown and Santiago Calatrava’s Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge from the residential units. Densely planted with trees, an 18,000-square-foot roof deck at the 10th floor offers a park-like setting where residents can experience the city and the sky while entertaining or relaxing in outdoor kitchens, cabanas or greenspace. 314 typical units are arranged on the lower 28 floors. Starting at the 29th floor, the building’s geometry creates 53 unique units arranged on the top seven floors. To create a harmonious composition across Dan Kiley’s iconic plaza, Page deferred to the master plan by repeating or carefully reinterpreting certain design elements. Because the shape of the new volume is unique, it was essential to match the original glazing precisely. The design team conducted lighting studies, sourced various samples and ultimately mocked up eight panels 80 feet off the ground within the Fountain Place office building façade. The samples remained in place for more than two months to allow the design team, client and owners of Fountain Place to observe the glass in different light conditions and agree on the closest match.

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Project Details Project Size 460,000 Square Feet 51 Stories Services Provided Architecture / Interiors

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44 East Avenue Austin, Texas This residential development located on East Avenue on the corner of Cummings Street will be 51 stories and will rise about 545 feet tall. At approximately 460,000 square feet in total, the tower will include approximately 330 for-sale residences, which will be a mix of efficiently designed 1- and 2-bedroom homes as well as larger 1-4 bedroom residences, and some penthouses. Approximately 3,000 square feet on the ground floor will be available for retail and dining space. An on-location parking structure will include over 500 spaces for both tenants as well as some for the public.

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LEED gold

Project Details Project Size 1.8 Acres 586,570 Square Feet 372,749 Square Feet (housing) 304 Units / 622 beds 195,733 Square Feet (parking) 532 Parking Spaces 18,500 Square Feet (office) Services Provided Architecture / Civil Engineering / Fire Protection Engineering / Interior Design / Programming / Master Planning / Sustainability / Contract Administration / Commissioning

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2400 Nueces Student Housing Austin, Texas This award-winning and financially successful infill development aspires to create a metropolitan quality of life, appropriate to the scale of the West Campus neighborhood of the UT Austin campus, with the implied quality and responsible ethic of sustainability. 2400 Nueces includes 304 units with 622 rooms, almost 10,000 square feet of academic space on the ground level, office space for UT’s International Student Offices, and 532 structured parking spaces. Units include a wide range of living configurations including studios, one/two/three/four bedrooms and townhomes in an effort to encourage a diverse population. The architectural treatment of the building is designed to create a pedestrian and neighborhood scale while creating the higher density that is essential to achieve the sustainability and community-building goals of the community. This project distinguishes itself in the Austin community, achieving LEED Gold certification and a 4-Star Rating from Austin Energy Green Building (AEGB). Energy efficient measures exceed standard practices. These include locating and orienting the building to control solar loads; shaping and orienting the building for exposure to prevailing winds, and to induce buoyancy for natural ventilation; designing windows to maximize daylighting and natural ventilation and to minimize south-facing windows without shading; and shaping and planning the interior to enhance daylight and natural air flow distribution.

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Project Details Services Provided Architecture / Interiors Final Project Size 500,000 Square Feet 164 Units

70 Rainey Austin, Texas Like the city that spawned it, 70 Rainey is a dynamic blend of sophisticated elegance and laid back informality and warmth. The crisp, finely detailed 34-story residential building is sheathed predominantly in glass curtain wall, providing each of the 164 condos with panoramic views of the Colorado River, the Austin skyline and the Hill Country beyond while also reflecting the ever-changing light and color of the big Texas sky. Generous balconies punctuate and enliven each smooth, carefully crafted facade. As the refined residential floors of the tower merge with Rainey Street below the building revels in the quirky character of its iconic neighborhood. Upper floors provide for a variety of condo-units that range from studios to three bedrooms. The building culminates with two-story penthouses. The perfect view orientation of the upper levels, looking straight down the length of the river, twists back at the base to align with the historic street grid. This structural feat is accomplished through a stealth move that also maximizes parking in the building’s column grid.

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Joule Denver / 1000 Speer Denver, Colorado Project Details Services Provided Architecture / Interior Design Final Project Size 405,000 Square Feet 224 Units

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The EnV Denver building, situated at the intersection of Cherokee Street, 10th Avenue and Speer Boulevard will mark a prominent gateway to Denver’s Golden Triangle Arts District. In keeping with the high standard of modern urban architecture employed on recent projects including the History Colorado Center, the Clyfford Still Museum and the Denver Art Museum, this 16-story residential tower will reflect a blend of clean modern design with traditional Denver architectural materials. Rich layers of pedestrian, public and semiprivate spaces around the street edge will help to activate the immediate streetscape. The building will provide 224 for-rent apartments, ranging from efficient studios to larger 3-bedroom units. It will also include townhouse style live-work units with individual entries on Cherokee Street. A parking garage, which will be screened from view from the exterior, will provide approximately 280 secure parking spaces on six levels. Direct access into lobby spaces from all levels of the garage will be provided for residents Amenities planned for the project include a variety of lobby area spaces, a clubhouse lounge, lap pool, outdoor terrace, and a fitness center. The occupied floor area, not including the parking garage, will be 298,515 SF. The gross square footage of the building is planned to be approximately 405,500 GSF. The project will include a small park to the south of the building, at the intersection of Speer and Cherokee. This area will be a public space, accessible to building residents as well as the public, and it will be enriched with public art, to express the unique character of the neighborhood.

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PSW Eastline Austin, Texas Project Details Project Size 61,817 Square Feet

PSW’s mixed-use community located in popular East Austin comprises 56,376 square feet of townhome-style residences on an elevated courtyard above garage parking. The 48 two-story condos all look onto (and are accessed from) an internal linear courtyard. The development includes an additional 5,441 square feet of ground level commercial tenant space.

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Located only two miles from downtown, Eastline is in a walkable area surrounded by dedicated bike lanes and with easy access to public transportation. The enclosed second floor courtyard is the heart of the community and will provide a gathering place for residents and pets, facilitating connections between residents. Eastline not only offers a modern aesthetic, but also demonstrates its environmental stewardship with innovative, low impact water quality controls.

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AMLI Mueller Austin, Texas Project Details Services Provided Architecture / Interiors Final Project Size 230,000 Square Feet 280 Units

This five-story, 230,000 square foot multifamily AMLI residential project was envisioned as a cornerstone of the 700-acre Mueller mixed-use master plan – a live/work/play development in east-central Austin. Situated along the shores of picturesque Lake Park, featuring over 13 miles of hike and bike trails, the complex was designed as both a bold backdrop for the park and a portal to the central commercial district within the development. As such, the building is composed of a series of brightly colored volumes that vary in height and depth, lending a sense of scale and vibrancy to the park perimeter that is visible from a nearby major thoroughfare. The Mueller neighborhood is a public-private-partnership redevelopment of the original Robert Mueller Municipal Airport which was operational from 1936 to 1999. To create a sense of place within the fabric of Mueller, both the interior and public spaces of the project celebrate movement of all kinds. The interior public spaces, which include the leasing office and amenity spaces, were inspired by the original shapely airplane hangar adjacent to the property and the remaining simple volumetric structures that now house the Austin Film Society’s studios and production facilities within the development. The result is a long, shed-like space framed by deep beams and linear wood infill. In concert with the exterior, color is used to define volumes within the interior, create scale and reinforce the texture of the existing neighborhood buildings. Also in keeping with the fabric of the community, artwork in the shared spaces informs visitors of the development’s history as an aviation center and illustrates the preferred forms of transportation by this generation of Mueller residents. Bicyclists and pedestrians are dominant at Mueller and are represented by original artwork created by the project team, local fabricators and artists.

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AMLI on 2nd Austin, Texas Project Details Services Provided Planning / Architecture / MEP Engineering / Interior Design Final Project Size 500,000 Square Feet 231 Units

AMLI on 2nd is a mixed-use building in the rapidly developing 2nd Street District in downtown Austin. The building integrates 35,000 square feet of ground level retail, 4½ levels of above-ground parking, a spacious pool/clubhouse/recreation deck above the garage, and residential floors. The project image is contemporary, clean, and responsive to the context of its downtown environment. The tower’s skin is made of anodized aluminum shingles, giving it a rich texture and a luminous surface quality that changes in different light conditions. The building is broken into four separate volumes articulated by color as well as by massing. Within each volume, a distinctive staggered window pattern along with stacked columns of sunrooms break down the scale once again. The garage is draped with a lightweight steel and polycarbonate armature that both screens cars from view and provides a lively streetscape. The result is an urban building that is finely tuned to its context, with a scale that is large enough to hold its own among other towers, yet small enough to seem residential. The residential units maximize daylight and views with large, carefully situated windows. Ground floor amenity spaces similarly revel in generous north light, tall open spaces and simple finishes. Concrete floors and ceilings prevail throughout. The pool and recreation deck on the fourth floor provides extensive social spaces with excellent views of the city and surrounding landscape.

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2902 / W Residence Austin, Texas Project Details Project Size 3,200 Square Feet Services Provided Interior Architecture / Design / Furniture

A collaboration between Page and Furman + Keil Architects, 2902 at the W Residences is a love letter to Carlo Scarpa that overlooks Austin’s Lady Bird Lake. Muted tones, soft, smooth textures and purposeful lines define the 3,200-square-foot residence. Inspired by the Italian architect’s interest in color and materiality as well as his fascination with vertical sections and edges, the team and their client sought to create a series of intimate spaces seamlessly flowing into one another as the layers are peeled away. Page Principal and Director of Interior Architecture Wendy Dunnam Tita and Furman + Keil Architects Principals Gary Furman and Philip Keil had collaborated with the client on his previous residence, and the team was accustomed to highly creative, interactive discussions. 2902 presented an opportunity to bring the feeling of a crafted, custom home into a downtown condominium setting. For the client, it had to be specific, unique and true to his design sensibilities — warm yet spare. Butter, mushroom and salt are the basis of the color palette. Consistent, precise detailing and the generally understated tones rely on single materials used in several applications. Steel, patinated brass, plaster and rosewood finishes define screens, floating ceilings and elegant shelving. It is not an open plan, and the emphasis is on layers and reliefs rather than flat surfaces. Screens denote intimate spaces, and are the basis for the layering throughout the residence. Collaboration continued throughout the design and construction process. Additional material choices include inspiration from the client such as the Silverthorn travertine in the master bath and Vogue Bay glass tile in the powder room. Quiet surfaces with layers on top and the silky plaster marked by steel edges are a twenty-first century conversation between Scarpa, Keil, Dunnam Tita, and their client.

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Acoma Denver, Colorado Project Details Services Provided Architecture / Planning / Design Services / Interior Design Final Project Size 365,000 Square Feet + 128,000 Square Feet (Parking) 220 Units

Located in Denver’s Golden Triangle, the Acoma condominiums were designed to address the needs of the target audience of young urban professionals and to blend in comfortably with the surrounding neighborhood and arts district. The urban experience is enhanced with pedestrian-friendly arcades, canopies and stoops along the street. The building’s five-story base, which contains a parking garage wrapped with two-story loft units, extends to the street edge and continues the established urban fabric. The taller residential tower of the building is set back to allow light and views to reach the street. Brick and cast stone details at the base of the building and the rich layers of pedestrian, public, and semi-private spaces around the street edge also reinforce the connection to the immediate streetscape. Reflecting its location in the art district, there are several outdoor public sculptures, and local artists’ work is showcased throughout the interior. Like the exterior, the extensive public spaces located throughout the interior project a strong, vibrant energy while still using materials to reflect the Colorado setting. Community spaces for residents include a large living area, business center, demonstration kitchen, game room and a wine garret. The linear lobby space runs along the street edge and serves as a rotating gallery featuring local artists, inviting pedestrian traffic to inhabit the space. The pool deck and exterior amenity areas are are elevated from the street, separating the outdoor activities from the street life below and maximizing views of downtown and the Rocky Mountains.

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Waterstone Lago Vista, Texas Project Details Services Provided Architecture / Interior Design / Structural Engineering / Studies Final Project Size 131,749 Square Feet 76 Units

The Waterstone Condominium Development is nestled in the City of Lago Vista on Lake Travis. With a total of 71 luxurious condominiums distributed throughout 7 buildings, complete with an open air club house and pool area, the owner is afforded the perfect lake house getaway. Average condo unit size is approximately 1,600 square feet. The design of the project and building arrangement takes full advantage of the site’s unique topography and slope towards the water. The site contains a natural shelf where the buildings are sited. The approach has a vast wall of natural vegetation, giving the project plenty of privacy that one comes to expects outside the city. The architecture for this complex can be described as modern luxury with the traditional lines of the rugged Texas Hill Country. With spectacular views of Lake Travis, the project maximizes the use of energy efficient floor to ceiling glazing and shading systems on the lakeside. The exterior materials use a combination of stone, stucco and wood to create a rich modern style of architecture. Various layout options consist of 1 and 2 story units with garages that are both integral to the condo building themselves and detached. Finely detailed with clean, modern lines, the Waterstone community is designed to be quiet and unpretentious—a quiet place to enjoy the beauty of a spectacular natural landscape.

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Chimney Hill Mixed-Use Development College Station, Texas Project Details Services Provided Architecture / Master Planning / Interiors / Furniture Planning Final Project Size 480,000 Square Feet 200 Units

The Chimney Hill project is an approximately 480,000-square-foot mixed-use development on an approximately 8 acre site in College Station Texas, located on University Drive between Texas Avenue and Highway 6. The program includes 30,000-square-foot restaurant and retail space, a boutique hotel, 200 multi-family units, and a 6-story 500+ space structured parking garage. The development is built around a central pedestrian plaza that acts as an urban activity center with landscape and water features, special event booths, and an outdoor pavilion for scheduled entertainment events. In addition to the hotel and apartments, 1-story retail shops and diverse restaurants with lively outdoor seating areas front the plaza. The various buildings and spaces are linked together by pedestrian friendly streetscapes offering shade, lighting, and activities. The development creates a true 24-hour center of activity as the restaurants offer a combined three meal experience and late night live music entertainment, the boutique retail shops provide a unique shopping experience, and the central plaza offers a round the clock amenity for the residents, hotel guests, and general public. In addition to direct access to dining, retail, and entertainment the hotel and multi-family buildings contain private amenities such as fitness centers, swimming pools, landscaped courtyards, and concierge services. Chimney Hill is identified throughout the city by an iconic landmark structure and offers a unique experience of fine dining, shopping, hospitality, and lifestyle for the City of College Station.

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Project Details Services Provided Architecture / Planning / Interior Design Final Project Size 96,400 Square Feet 100 Units

Renaissance Riverfront Lofts Denver, Colorado Located on Park Avenue near I-25, this 1.43 acre site for the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless will provide rental housing for transitional homeless and low income families in Denver. The triangular site abuts a mixed-use retail / office development to the north, the South Platter River to the southeast and Park Avenue to the west and enjoys views of the downtown Denver skyline to the south. Features: 100 residential units, auxiliary management, and residential amenities: reception, management suite, mail, exercise, laundry, technology lab, counseling suite, multi-purpose room, community kitchen common and courtyard overlooking the river. Green practices have been implemented through the construction process and in the final project (materials, MEP systems and components, solar PV energy, etc.). The project showcases a collaboration to bring environmentally sustainable development to affordable housing, by the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless, the City of Denver’s Road Home 10-year plan to end homelessness, and Enterprise Green Communities.

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Project Details Services Provided Architecture / Interiors / Civil Engineering Project Size 345,000 Square Feet 352 Units

Presidium Riverside Apartments Austin, Texas Presidium Riverside Apartments is an urban catalyst, helping transform a previously single use, low density car dominated area into a 24/7 sustainable, walkable Live-Work-Play district. Located on a hilltop with spectacular views of the downtown Austin lakefront skyline, it also takes advantage of rapidly multiplying multimodal transportation options including hike and bike trails, public transportation and car share services. Net Zero capable, the project incorporates a wide array of cutting edge green technologies that were vetted through a rigorous Return-on-Investment analysis, including on-site solar generation, high efficiency HVAC systems and passive energy reducing design features. Designed to appeal to Austin’s tech savvy and environmentally conscious demographic, the project includes cutting edge amenities including an array of informal hospitality oriented co-working spaces that range from quiet indoor areas to social outdoor spaces, blurring the lines and revamping the notion of traditional business centers. Bike storage and repair spaces connected to a central pedestrian/bike paseo enable quick access to the surrounding restaurants and retail as well as the nearby lakefront. A variety of outdoor dining and play areas support the active indoor/outdoor Austin lifestyle.

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Rice Lofts Houston, Texas Project Details Services Provided Architecture / Interior Design / MEP Engineering Final Project Size 643,000 Square Feet 320 Units

Page provided architectural and engineering services for the restoration and upgrading of the historic Rice Hotel, located at Main and Texas Avenue in downtown Houston. The $32 million Rice Hotel is considered the crown jewel in the city’s revitalization efforts. Extensive research into the building’s history and original plans enabled our designers to re-create its grandeur. The marble floors and walls in the lobby have been refurbished to their original luster, and custom elevators have been installed to accommodate the smaller shafts of the original elevator system. The highly inefficient hotel floor plan was used effectively for loft living by moving the dark, double-loaded corridor on each residential floor to the exterior wall. This single-loaded condition allowed a greater efficiency and flexibility in unit layout. The renovated building accommodates 320 residential and penthouse lofts of from one to three stories in height. It features above- and below-ground parking, retail stores, a fitness center and renovation of the hotel’s original ballroom and basement-level swimming pool. In 2014, the Rice Lofts was purchased by a new owner, Crow Holdings. Page has been engaged once again to transform the property into a modern luxury living complex, which is scheduled to be completed at the first quarter of 2015.

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Project Details Services Provided Architecture / Interiors / Planning Project Size 1,126,800 Square Feet 302 Units

The Mint Santa Ana, Costa Rica Mint is a new community west of the capital city of San Jose in Santa Ana, Costa Rica. The development is positioned on a prominent, steep, native hillside. Mint is a refined blend of architecture, landform and the durable craft that complements the co-located nature preserve and the punctuated horizon beyond. The mix of condominiums, towers and single family homes array along the contours of the site to create a series of micro-communities that ascend the hill with nature trails, and overlooks that connect to the centralized clubhouse and community center. The aggressive slope and clusters of protected trees guide the planning process toward achieving a balance of authentic natural character and viable density. The topographical nature of the site reveals the architecture to emerge from the landscape. Resilience and longevity characterize the interior and exterior ambitions of the units. The pairing of unit types, daylighting strategies and amenities support a range of family structures in kind with enduring, climate sensitive materials. Private balconies share a quality with the structured trails to reinforce an identity with nature and a departure from the urban center.

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