21 results for “ktgy architecture”
Seniors Housing Midwest

KTGY unveils collaborative assisted senior living concept

The R+D Studio at KTGY Architecture + Planning has expanded the concept of shared living to include the assisted living community with its new Co-Care concept. Co-Care connects the social benefits of co-living with the opportunities to promote affordability by design through shared spaces and a cooperative lifestyle.

Multifamily O Indiana

KTGY unveils plans for Indianapolis' Grid multifamily project

KTGY Architecture + Planning has unveiled the details behind the design of Grid, a 175-unit rental community being developed in downtown Indianapolis. Developed by Milhaus, the five-story development at 520 E. Washington St. will be completed in phases, the first of which will be delivered by mid-2020, followed by a second and final phase l…

Multifamily N Illinois

Chicago's multifamily market thriving, evolving

| Matt Baker

With all the activity going on in multifamily these days, many question what the next frontier of this asset class looks like. Yesterday morning, over 225 people had their questions answered at the 10th Annual Chicagoland Multifamily & Affordable Housing Real Estate Summit, hosted by REjournals.

Multifamily N Illinois

KTGY’s Co-Dwell offers efficient living for all

| Matt Baker

The co-living trend that has arisen in recent years is tightly bound to the behavior of millennials—whether real or perceived. But no entire generation of people born in the same era live demographically identical lifestyles, and the narrow focus of co-living up to now may be ignoring other opportunities.

Multifamily N Illinois

KTGY unveils “Re-Habit” concept for transitional housing

As brick-and-mortar stores contend with e-commerce and once-stable malls begin to falter, many wonder what can be done with all of this legacy retail space. The KTGY Architecture + Planning concept, Re-Habit, would repurpose obsolete big-box stores into smaller retail spaces, housing, employment and support for homeless individuals.

Multifamily Midwest

NMHC: Developers already planning the apartments of the future

| Dan Rafter

Officials with the National Multifamily Housing Council know that technology is changing everything. The company points at success stories such as Uber. It’s the largest taxi service on the globe, but the company doesn’t own a single vehicle. It looks, too, at Airbnb, a major player in the hospitality industry that doesn’t own a single property.

Student Housing v Wisconsin

KTGY Architecture + Planning designing 140-bed student-housing development for University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh

The Chicago office of KTGY Architecture + Planning last week unveiled the design for Annex 71, a 140-unit residential community developed by Indianapolis-based Annex Student Living. Currently under construction, the development is located a quarter mile from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh campus on the 400 block of Marion Road in Oshko…