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  1. Next Phase In Roosevelt Square Project Approved


    Chicago City Council approves the next phase of the Roosevelt Square Project, which will contain three new mid-rise buildings with 207 total units and the rehabilitation of an existing building to be the home of the National Public Housing Museum and 15 residential units. The market-rate, affordable, and CHA unit mix will include studios along with one-, two- and three-bedrooms

  2. Upcoming $1B Navy Yard Redevelopment

      Awards & Recognition

    Mosaic Development Partners along with Moody Nolan and more than 20 other minority and locally-owned A/E firms, work together to pledge $1B toward diversity, equity, inclusion.

    “This unparalleled commitment to [the environmental, social and governance program] sets the new standard for socially responsible, inclusive development in Philadelphia while providing countless benefits for Philadelphians for years to come,” Jim Kenney- Mayor of Philadelphia

  3. Unveiling of New $53M Norton Healthcare Sports & Learning Center


    “We needed the best sports designer we could find. Minority inclusion was important too. Moody Nolan was just the right choice,” Browne said. “They were able to solve multiple challenges to make it work.”

    Jonathan Moody, president, and CEO of Moody Nolan Inc. said Reynolds was thoughtful and diligent in outlining the dream for the facility and made sure it was constantly reflected in the design. Moody said they were advised if and when they veered from that vision.

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