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  1. New Residence Hall

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    The goal of the design is to encourage interaction among students to enhance the sense of community felt by students, increasing enrollment and retention.

  2. Avondale Health Clinic Tenant Build Out

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    One of the revitalization projects in the heart of the Avondale Neighborhood is the renewal of the old Avondale Towne Center (now named the New Avondale Center). This development consists of two new-builds and one renovated building. The two new-builds, named the South Building and North Buildings, are three and four-story buildings, respectively. These are market rate and subsidized residential apartments with first floor retail spaces. The renovated building, called the West Building, will contain retail spaces only. UC Health determined that the New Avondale Center North Building was a desirable location to partner with the Cincinnati Health Department to continue their mission to reach the underserved population.

  3. Multi-Specialty Clinic

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    Working in collaboration with Turner Construction, Moody Nolan led the design of this new four-story outpatient facility for Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. The 80,000 sq. ft. welcoming and patient-friendly facility houses pediatric sub-specialty clinics to better serve the greater Cincinnati community. Responding to their needs, our team developed a standardized floor plan that features identical clinical modulars with clear separation of public and clinical circulation. The new facility embraces the brand and standards currently in place and is expected to receive more than 50,000 visits within the first year of operation with at least 80,000 visits by 2018.

  4. Fire Station 51

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    This fire station created a new civic gateway for the historic College Hill neighborhood of Cincinnati. Sited on a major thoroughfare, the new station replaces an older one that was inappropriately located on a quiet residential street. A symbolic lantern, reminiscent of traditional fire station towers, defines the building as a beacon of security and community pride. Public art, in the form of signage, reinforces the neighborhood connection.