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TGRWA PROJECTS: LATHROP HOMES

TGRWA was pleased to celebrate the completion of Phase 1 for the Lathrop redevelopment on Chicago’s north side. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held on October 15 featuring the alderman, city officials, developers, and residents as a time to recognize the 10+ year effort aimed at redeveloping Lathrop into a vibrant mixed income community. The… [Read More]

TGRWA PROJECTS: 740 N ABERDEEN ST

TGRWA was happy to join the design and construction teams on October 30, 2019 for the topping-off ceremony at 740 North Aberdeen. TGRWA is the Structural Engineer of Record for the new thirteen-story residential building located in the West Town Neighborhood of Chicago, IL. The building adds 188 apartment units to a uniquely-shaped lot overlooking… [Read More]

TGRWA PROJECTS: TOWNEPLACE SUITES – NASHVILLE

TGRWA is the Structural Engineer of Record for the seven-story TownePlace Suites – Nashville hotel. Located in Nashville, TN, this 128,000 square-foot, 204-key hotel is a feature statement in the historic downtown area, highlighted by its prominent “V” geometry. This shape continues through the upper-level amenity deck, which is topped by the roof structure jutting… [Read More]

TGRWA PROJECTS: ALTA GRAND CENTRAL

TGRWA is the Structural Engineer of Record for two new residential mid-rise buildings, totaling 368,000 square-foot, that are nearing completion in the booming South Loop neighborhood of Chicago. The pair of buildings, together titled Alta Grand Central, overlook the south branch of the Chicago river and rise 15 stories above W. Harrison St. The structures… [Read More]