Multi-family is hot right now, says Principal Stephanie Henley. We work with clients in so many markets, and its nice to have a couple in your own backyard.” Beasley & Henleys current local Orlando projects are: Aviva at Celebration Loft for Atlanta based developer, Hines. This 306-unit, 4-story Orlando area project will cater to a sophisticated clientele. The Beasley & Henley amenity spaces will feature a modern design with a nod to Art Deco decor and detailing, providing residents with the best in social interaction and entertainment. Elan at Audubon Park for the national developer Greystar will feature 450 luxury units across 20 acres. Beasley & Henley will cater to this unique garden district area of Orlando by infusing the interiors with a mix of both modern and rustic furnishings and finishes. Audubon Park thrives on a modern approach with a healthy mix of earthy elements and finishes, explains Design Principal Troy Beasley of both this project and the Audubon Park environment in general.
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Its great to see U.S. manufacturers going back to a vehicle in which form follows function. Its not about being fancy; its about a lightweight, compact cargo vehicle with great utility. An owner of several sports cars and motorcycles, Zilly clearly loves to drive.
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After the war, Gough earned a degree in architecture at the Illinois Institute of Technology. He later returned to NTSU in 1950 and laid the groundwork for what is now known as the UNT interior design program. He really was just an elegant person and very delightful to be around, said Margaret Chalfant, former executive director of Greater Denton Arts Council. Ive never known anyone that quite had his brilliance, yet his loving nature. He was one of a kind.
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