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Green building isn’t far flung anymore, and a NJ firm is celebrating that fact 150 150 DMR Architects

Green building isn’t far flung anymore, and a NJ firm is celebrating that fact

Written by Christine Fisher. Produced by Brandon Bagley. There’s a Nelson Mandela quote that reads, “There is nothing like returning to a place that remains unchanged to find the ways in which you yourself have altered.” In a way, Lloyd Rosenberg, founder of DMR Architects, has done just that. When Rosenberg founded DMR Architects in…

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Meadowlands YMCA opens new aquatics center in East Rutherford 150 150 DMR Architects

Meadowlands YMCA opens new aquatics center in East Rutherford

EAST RUTHERFORD — Just a few months after the “Y Without Walls” opened its first home in the former Nets training facility, the Meadowlands Area YMCA has cut the ribbon on its new aquatics center. In May, the YMCA opened its 83,200-square-foot facility at 390 Murray Hill Parkway, converted from a building once used by…

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Past (and future) glory: In real estate, older can be better 150 150 DMR Architects

Past (and future) glory: In real estate, older can be better

by Martin Daks When folks move into Annin Lofts, a 52-unit edifice at 163 Bloomfield Ave. in Verona, the apartments will have that just-built scent, but the building—an Annin Flag factory for 94 years—is anything but new. The Annin Lofts project keeps historic design features while updating others, such as the addition of energy-efficient windows.…

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Anatomy class at this N.J. school just got a lot more high-tech 150 150 DMR Architects

Anatomy class at this N.J. school just got a lot more high-tech

by Taylor Tiamoyo Harris Instead of learning with your typical miniature body model, biomedical science academy students in Hunterdon County now have the opportunity to dissect bodies, virtually. “It’s super cool. We get to see the nervous systems and different layers of the body as if the person was laying right in front of us,”…

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Industry Trends and Predictions for 2018 150 150 DMR Architects

Industry Trends and Predictions for 2018

Click here to read PDF. This post originally appeared on Commerce.

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How DMR Architects took ‘design’ into multiple business areas 150 150 DMR Architects

How DMR Architects took ‘design’ into multiple business areas

In our continuing series of interviews with members of the Rutgers Center for Real Estate’s Advisory Board and Emerging Leaders Council, Kevin Riordan (KR) of the Center sat down with Lloyd Rosenberg AIA (LR), President & CEO of DMR Architects to get his insights and perspectives on the firm and its business model. KR: Lloyd,…

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New Hackensack Performing Arts Center opens Saturday 150 150 DMR Architects

New Hackensack Performing Arts Center opens Saturday

by Jim Beckerman The Center, which Jane Monheit and Tony DeSare will inaugurate with a pair of weekend concerts, is seen as a linchpin of a revitalized downtown. “If you build it, they will come.” That’s true—so far—for the newly completed $3 million Hackensack Performing Arts Center, opening its doors on Saturday. The gala inaugural…

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Hackensack turning busy one-way streets to two-ways 150 150 DMR Architects

Hackensack turning busy one-way streets to two-ways

by Rodrigo Torrejon The corner of Passaic and State streets. (Photo: Rodrigo Torrejon/NorthJersey.com) HACKENSACK—On Wednesday, the city will begin the process of converting the first of two major streets from one-way into two-way arteries. The project will turn State Street and Main Street into two-way streets. It is among the latest steps in the downtown…

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Design Build Institute of America, Integration Quarterly 150 150 DMR Architects

Design Build Institute of America, Integration Quarterly

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Here’s what Bayonne residents are saying about city’s Master Plan 150 150 DMR Architects

Here’s what Bayonne residents are saying about city’s Master Plan

Several dozen residents gathered in Bayonne’s Council Chambers for a public workshop to discuss the city’s new Master Plan. June 26, 2017. (Corey McDonald – The Jersey Journal) by Corey W. McDonald BAYONNE — Rarely does a public meeting in the City Hall’s Council Chambers go without minor squabbles, rising tensions, and even full-blown arguments.…

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