In Partnership with Focus, bKL Provided Research and Recommendations Regarding Chicago’s Proposed ADU Ordinance
In partnership with Focus, bKL Architecture recently provided research and recommendations to Chicago’s Joint Committee on Housing and Real Estate regarding the City’s proposed Affordable Dwelling Unit (ADU) Ordinance.
Read the summary of our findings below:
bKL’s Danielle Tillman will participate on the Mazars “Manufacturing & Distribution in the Era of COVID-19: INNOVATION” panel discussion. This panel discussion will be held Thursday, July 30 at 10:00 am CST via Zoom. See more information and register at the link below.
bKL designed 300 N. Michigan to break ground in August after developers secured financing for this 47-story tower.
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bKL’s Danielle Tillman will participate on AIA Chicago’s Equity, Diversity and Inclusion panel discussion focusing on its relationship to an architect’s career path. This panel discussion will be held Thursday, July 2 at 12:00 pm CST via Zoom. See more information and register at the link below.
bKL’s Danielle Tillman will participate on the panel discussion, “Embracing the Upfront Costs of Technology” on June 24 at 11:00 am CST during The Festival of BIM & Digital Construction.
bKL’s Cirrus tower is featured in the Mansion Global article, “Chicago’s Cirrus Condominium Tower Will Create a Sense of Place—With Ties to the Water.”
Chicago Architecture Blog shares construction photos of bKL’s Cirrus and Cascade as construction progresses.
bKL’s Tom Kerwin is quoted in the Blair Kamin column, “Layoffs, furloughs, pay cuts begin as architects see building slow during coronavirus pandemic and fear worse is ahead” published by the Chicago Tribune on April 17, 2020.
bKL’s Danielle Tillman is featured as one of Chicago’s style-setters in the latest issue of Modern Luxury Interiors Chicago Magazine!
bKL Architecture’s design is featured in UrbanTurf’s article, “620 Units: Two Planned Office Buildings at Potomac Yard Could Go Residential.”