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Developing Long Island: Huntington Shopping Center

Developing Long Island: Huntington Shopping Center

HUNTINGTON, NY The planning and designing of Huntington Shopping Center was developed with the gained knowledge that with the ever-increasing competition from online shopping, retailers must rely on experiential design and placemaking to drive traffic to shopping centers and incentivize visitors to spend more time on-site. The concepts of experiential design tap into the human need to socialize and gather, creating spaces that shoppers crave through interactive retail environments...

2024 Women in Construction: Jennifer McElroy, SBLM Architects

2024 Women in Construction: Jennifer McElroy, SBLM Architects

“Jennifer has emerged into the industry as a dedicated professional who exhibits the passion, acumen, and drive to be a leader in architecture.” Michael LeFande, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Principal at SBLM Architects.

SBLM Architects Transforms Mid-Century South Dallas Church Into Full-Service, Client-Choice Community Food Pantry

SBLM Architects Transforms Mid-Century South Dallas Church Into Full-Service, Client-Choice Community Food Pantry

DALLAS, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, March 5, 2024 /EINPresswire.com/ -- The complex renovation of the recently completed Aunt Bette’s Community Pantry, designed by SBLM Architects, is already garnering accolades and appreciation in South Dallas. Sponsored by St. Philips School and Community Center, the client-choice community pantry had operated from a much smaller space shared with Meals-on-Wheels for more than a decade. ..

Häagen-Dazs plans new store at revamped Huntington center

Häagen-Dazs plans new store at revamped Huntington center

Häagen-Dazs will be expanding its Long Island footprint with a new location in South Huntington. The ice cream retail chain leased a 1,400-square-foot space in the Huntington Shopping Center at 350 Walt Whitman Road. The new ice cream shop is expected to open this fall. The new location in the Huntington Shopping Center will be the 11th Häagen-Dazs store on Long Island.

SBLM Architects’ Design of Long Island University’s College of Veterinary Medicine Earns AVMA Accreditation in 1st Year

SBLM Architects’ Design of Long Island University’s College of Veterinary Medicine Earns AVMA Accreditation in 1st Year

Acclaimed architecture firm completes two-building veterinary college at LIU’s Brookville campus, featuring classrooms, operating theaters, and beyond The recently completed Long Island University College of Veterinary Medicine, designed by SBLM Architects, pairs the school’s extensive educational resources with state-of-the-art technology. Since opening last year, the veterinary college has already earned a critical accreditation from the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA).

SBLM Architects’ Design of Long Island University’s College of Veterinary Medicine Earns AVMA
Accreditation in 1st Year

SBLM Architects’ Design of Long Island University’s College of Veterinary Medicine Earns AVMA
Accreditation in 1st Year

The recently completed Long Island University College of Veterinary Medicine, designed by SBLM Architects, pairs the school’s extensive educational resources with state-of-the-art technology. Since opening last year, the veterinary college has already earned a critical accreditation from the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA).

SBLM ARCHITECTS’ DESIGN OF HUNTINGTON SHOPPING CENTER CREATES COMMUNITY RETAIL HUB

SBLM ARCHITECTS’ DESIGN OF HUNTINGTON SHOPPING CENTER CREATES COMMUNITY RETAIL HUB

Acclaimed architecture firm’s design of $75M retail project includes redevelopment of three standalone buildings, three new buildings, landscaping and more SBLM Architects’, re-design of the Huntington Shopping Center delivers a visual theme that is more reflective of a town square than a suburban mall. The new motif includes gabled roofs, warm wood accents on store façades, courtyards with abundant seating, wide pedestrian walkways, verdant landscaping, and renovated parking areas with clear way-finding signage.

SBLM Architects’ Design of Huntington Shopping Center Creates Community Retail Hub

SBLM Architects’ Design of Huntington Shopping Center Creates Community Retail Hub

SBLM Architects’, re-design of the Huntington Shopping Center delivers a visual theme that is more reflective of a town square than a suburban mall. The new motif includes gabled roofs, warm wood accents on store façades, courtyards with abundant seating, wide pedestrian walkways, verdant landscaping, and renovated parking areas with clear way-finding signage.

SBLM Architects’ Design of Huntington Shopping Center Creates Community Retail Hub

SBLM Architects’ Design of Huntington Shopping Center Creates Community Retail Hub

SBLM Architects’ re-design of the Huntington Shopping Center delivers a visual theme that is more reflective of a town square than a suburban mall. The new motif includes gabled roofs, warm wood accents on store façades, courtyards with abundant seating, wide pedestrian walkways, verdant landscaping, and renovated parking areas with clear way-finding signage.

SBLM Architects’ Design of Miami Center for Mental Health and Recovery Projected to Save Miami-Dade Taxpayers Millions

SBLM Architects’ Design of Miami Center for Mental Health and Recovery Projected to Save Miami-Dade Taxpayers Millions

The Miami Center for Mental Health and Recovery, designed by SBLM Architects, contains living, clinical, recreation, and vocational classroom spaces geared to keeping people with mental illnesses out of county jails. Developed to provide a workable solution for a portion of the homeless population, many of whom are repeatedly incarcerated for committing petty crimes the Center is projected to annually save Miami-Dade County taxpayers $100,000 per inmate with a mental illness. Moreover, the cost of treating this population at the new facility is expected to be a fraction of the cost of incarcerating them, while producing a positive impact on the community...

SBLM Architects’ Design of Miami Center for Mental Health and Recovery Projected to Save Miami- Dade Taxpayers Millions

SBLM Architects’ Design of Miami Center for Mental Health and Recovery Projected to Save Miami- Dade Taxpayers Millions

The Miami Center for Mental Health and Recovery, designed by SBLM Architects, contains living, clinical, recreation, and vocational classroom spaces geared to keeping people with mental illnesses out of county jails. Developed to provide a workable solution for a portion of the homeless population, many of whom are repeatedly incarcerated for committing petty crimes the Center is projected to annually save Miami-Dade County taxpayers $100,000 per inmate with a mental illness. Moreover, the cost of treating this population at the new facility is expected to be a fraction of the cost of incarcerating them, while producing a positive impact on the community...

First-of-Its-Kind Mental Health Center Debuts in Miami

First-of-Its-Kind Mental Health Center Debuts in Miami

Conceived by Judge Steven Leifman, an associate administrative judge in the criminal division of the 11th Circuit Court of Florida, and designed by James Cohen of SBLM Architects, the center could now serve as a template for other cities seeking to serve and treat people with mental illness who otherwise would end up homeless or incarcerated. The new center also is expected to yield significant cost savings and relieve pressure on the criminal justice system in Miami, by helping to keep those with mental illnesses out of county jails...

Miami Center for Mental Health and Recovery Completed

Miami Center for Mental Health and Recovery Completed

The design of the recently completed Miami Center for Mental Health and Recovery by SBLM Architects includes key criteria mandated in the Baker Act -- such as hospital emergency intake centers and emergency vehicle access -- while providing multiple environments conducive to the treatment and recovery of persons with mental illness. Most importantly, the Center offers a viable and cost-efficient alternative to incarcerating a population that has proven to be responsive to clinical treatment. It also addresses options for a significant portion of the homeless population in Miami...

Hurdles remain for Mental Health and Recovery Center

Hurdles remain for Mental Health and Recovery Center

A state-of-the-art mental health center for the homeless rising in Allapattah is awaiting approval from the county before opening its doors. The Miami Center for Mental Health and Recovery is a pioneer facility with a mission to target comprehensive recovery and promote self-sufficiency to break the homelessness-to-jail cycle and reduce the financial burden on the state and taxpayers. The sprawling 150,000-square-foot, seven-floor campus at 2200 NW Seventh Ave. will include a receiving center, integrated crisis stabilization unit, residential treatment, outpatient behavioral health, primary care and more...

Miami-Dade County equipping law enforcement with tools to address mental health

Miami-Dade County equipping law enforcement with tools to address mental health

MIAMI – After a man was killed in Homestead on Sunday, his mother tells CBS News Miami he struggled with mental health issues. Daniel Allen Kempf battled depression and even attempted suicide in the past according to his mother Yaneitsy Rosete. Homestead police tell CBS News Miami the subject involved in the shooting on Sunday was armed and the officer was forced to shoot. They have not confirmed the victim is Kempf...

SBLM Architects’ Design of First-of-its-Kind Mental Health Center; Meets Baker Act Mandates

SBLM Architects’ Design of First-of-its-Kind Mental Health Center; Meets Baker Act Mandates

Soon-to-open Miami Center for Mental Health and Recovery offers new paradigm for treatment of mental illness & alternatives to homelessness & incarceration

SBLM Architects’ Design of Firstof-its-Kind Mental Health Center; Meets Baker Act Mandates

SBLM Architects’ Design of Firstof-its-Kind Mental Health Center; Meets Baker Act Mandates

The design of the recently completed Miami Center for Mental Health and Recovery by SBLM Architects includes key criteria mandated in the Baker Act -- such as hospital emergency intake centers and emergency vehicle access -- while providing multiple environments conducive to the treatment and recovery of persons with mental illness. Most importantly, the Center offers...

A Look Inside a Tour of The Miami Center for Mental Health and Recovery

A Look Inside a Tour of The Miami Center for Mental Health and Recovery

The Miami Center for Mental Health and Recovery is preparing to open in the coming year to provide a new solution for those suffering from serious mental illnesses (SMIs) and offer critical alternatives to homelessness and incarceration.

The seven-story facility, designed by SBLM Architects, located at 22nd Street and Northwest Seventh Avenue, is an adaptive reuse of a 180,000-square-foot property owned by the state and leased to Miami-Dade County. The ultimate goal...

First-of-Its-Kind, SBLM-Designed “Miami Center for Mental Health and Recovery” Nears Opening

First-of-Its-Kind, SBLM-Designed “Miami Center for Mental Health and Recovery” Nears Opening

SBLM Architects can finally celebrate the design and successful completion of the Miami Center for Mental Health and Recovery at Northwest 22nd Street and Seventh Avenue in Miami. An adaptive reuse of an existing 180,000-square-foot property owned by the state and leased to Miami-Dade County, the seven-story facility will soon accommodate 208 beds for patients with mental illnesses. The goal of the Center is to divert people with mental illnesses from the criminal justice system, facilitate recovery, and transition them to permanent housing. It is the first of its kind project in the United States!

First-of-Its-Kind, SBLM-Designed “Miami Center for Mental Health and Recovery” Nears Opening

First-of-Its-Kind, SBLM-Designed “Miami Center for Mental Health and Recovery” Nears Opening

SBLM Architects can finally celebrate the design and successful completion of the Miami Center for Mental Health and Recovery at Northwest 22nd Street and Seventh Avenue in Miami. An adaptive reuse of an existing 180,000-square-foot property owned by the state and leased to Miami-Dade County, the seven-story facility will soon accommodate 208 beds for patients with mental illnesses. The goal of the Center is to divert people with mental illnesses from the criminal justice system, facilitate recovery, and transition them to permanent housing. It is the first of its kind project in the United States

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