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Atlanta’s Hotel Indigo Contributes to City’s Rebirth

Atlanta’s Hotel Indigo Contributes to City’s Rebirth

Standing in the middle of Atlanta’s central business district, a visitor need only look up to see the legacy of 91-year-old architect and developer John C. Portman Jr. The 19.6-million-square-foot Peachtree Center complex, which began in 1960 with the construction ...

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Dual-Branded Marriott Opens in San Diego

Dual-Branded Marriott Opens in San Diego

Designed by John Portman & Associates, BRIC Phase One, a dual-branded Marriott with a 253-key select service Springhill Suites hotel and a 147-key extended stay Residence Inn hotel, has opened in San Diego. The space also features leased retail areas ...

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Surprises and Solutions with Adaptive Reuse

Surprises and Solutions with Adaptive Reuse

Taking on an adaptive reuse project is a journey of discovery. There are always unknowns to be uncovered, but the discovery process is what makes it interesting, challenging, and rewarding. Take for instance John Portman & Associates’ involvement in the ...

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John C. Portman, Jr. Wins AHA Lifetime Achievement Award

John C. Portman, Jr. Wins AHA Lifetime Achievement Award

ATLANTA—The Atlanta Hospitality Alliance (AHA) today announced that it has presented John C. Portman, Jr. with its inaugural Lifetime Achievement Award for his contributions to the overall architectural look and feel of Atlanta, particularly in the hotel sector. The award ...

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Pedestrian-Oriented Development Creates Inviting Space

Pedestrian-Oriented Development Creates Inviting Space

For Luca Maffey, vice president of design at John Portman & Associates, a building serves no purpose unless there are people to make it come alive. Pedestrian-oriented development is a common thread in many of the Atlanta-based architectural firm’s current ...

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Evolving Tastes Influence Hotel Design

Evolving Tastes Influence Hotel Design

Millennials number over 80 million, making them the largest generation ever. These up-and-comers now outnumber baby boomers and gen xers in the workforce and represent the “worker bees” most likely to be tasked with extensive business travel. Moreover, research by ...

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