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Past (and future) glory: In real estate, older can be better 789 444 DMR Architects

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

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.

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Anatomy class at this N.J. school just got a lot more high-tech 960 540 DMR Architects

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

Instead of learning with your typical miniature body model, biomedical science academy students in Hunterdon County now have the opportunity to dissect bodies, virtually.

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How DMR Architects took ‘design’ into multiple business areas 2000 1125 DMR Architects

How DMR Architects took ‘design’ into multiple business areas

As part of a series of interviews with members of the Rutgers Center for Real Estate’s Advisory Board and Emerging Leaders Council, Kevin Riordan of the Center sat down with Lloyd Rosenberg, to get his insights and perspectives on the firm and its business model.

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New Hackensack Performing Arts Center opens Saturday 960 540 DMR Architects

New Hackensack Performing Arts Center opens Saturday

“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.

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Using Technology to Teach Technology 960 540 DMR Architects

Using Technology to Teach Technology

When the New Jersey legislature expanded the use of design-build in 2015, Hudson County school leaders wasted no time in beginning work on what could prove to be one of the nation’s most innovative high schools – setting the stage for a story about how innovation and collaboration are being leveraged to ensure that technology not only provides building efficiencies, but also plays an integral role in the day-to-day learning experience for students.

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Here’s what Bayonne residents are saying about city’s Master Plan 960 540 DMR Architects

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

Rarely does a public meeting in the City Hall’s Council Chambers go without minor squabbles, rising tensions, and even full-blown arguments. Monday’s gathering at City Hall took on a decidedly different tone.

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Flag Day marks transition for Verona’s Annin building 960 540 DMR Architects

Flag Day marks transition for Verona’s Annin building

Ed Russo, the developer converting the Annin Flag building in Verona into an apartment complex, said he wanted to maintain the historic integrity of the property. Russo started that pledge by commemorating the start of the construction at the Bloomfield Avenue site on the holiday most associated with its former use: Flag Day.

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Triple Play: 3 ways to create a more sustainable business 2000 1125 DMR Architects

Triple Play: 3 ways to create a more sustainable business

NJBiz asked director of sustainable design and DMR partner Pradeep Kapoor to share three ways to create a more sustainable business.

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Bergen architectural firm seizes big opportunities, thrives on a challenge 960 540 DMR Architects

Bergen architectural firm seizes big opportunities, thrives on a challenge

If you live in the region, odds are pretty good that you’ve set eyes on at least one place or project DMR has worked on.

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New Jersey firm has a nice book of business thanks to a willingness to both study and influence the industry it serves 960 540 DMR Architects

New Jersey firm has a nice book of business thanks to a willingness to both study and influence the industry it serves

DMR Architects of New Jersey has been retained by six law firms in New Jersey and one in California for projects that encompass relocation assistance and retrofit, office expansion, interior renovations, and interior design. How was DMR able to win so much niche work? The firm knows the market.

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