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  1. Woodlawn Family Health & Wellness Center New Headquarters

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    For 25 years, Friend Health has been an irreplaceable source of uplifting the Medically Underserved Areas (MUA) and Health Professional Shortage Areas (HPSA) within Chicago neighborhoods.

  2. The Black House

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    In 1968, NU students occupied the Bursar’s office to protest the campus experience for black students. Many of their demands were met by the administration—including a place to call their own. Thus, the house at 1914 Sheridan Road was officially designated by the University as the location for the Department of Afro-American Student Affairs, and also became a gathering place for black students. Effectively, it was more than just a house; it was a symbol of solidarity and “the fight for equity and justice on campus.”

  3. Wintrust Arena

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    The new event center is part of a redevelopment plan to transform the surrounding neighborhood into a vibrant entertainment district with new dining and entertainment venues, hotels and streetscapes.

  4. Englewood STEM High School

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    Moody Nolan, in collaboration with Design-Build partner Ujamaa-Power Joint Venture, designed and developed this new 160,000 sq. ft. high school located in Chicago’s Englewood community. The new school will help transform the landscape of Chicago’s Southside; envisioned as a modern campus intended to replace an existing, aging high school located on the site.

  5. STEAM and Connected Learning High School

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    Starting with a feasibility study led by Moody Nolan, the project consists of a phased renovation of an existing 127,000 sq. ft. college with a brand new athletic wing addition and new exterior play fields.