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“There is a need for it. If you look at what’s happening in the market, smaller, shared office spaces are neat,” Feinberg said. “It’s a prime location for something like this.”
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Gregg Feinberg served as the principal consultant and project manager for the SteelStacks project that has won the Urban Land Institute’s Inaugural Award for Excellence and the Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence (RBA).
SteelStacks was awarded the Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence (RBA). The campus beat out projects in Chicago, New Orleans, Los Angeles and Boston. It is one of only 3 projects in the world that have won both the ULI Global Award for Excellence and the RBA.
In writing about the campus, here’s how the Rudy Bruner Awards described SteelStacks: “The transformation of the former Bethlehem Steel Mill into the SteelStacks Arts and Cultural Campus provides an inspiring model for other cities struggling to repurpose former industrial sites while honoring the people who helped to build them and underscores ‘the importance of seeing something positive come out of loss.’ The site is now a twenty-first century civic commons that brings the community together for arts festivals and performances—nearly 5000 in 2016 alone. SteelStacks is a source of significant community pride and a catalyst for economic development, attracting new businesses, housing, and institutions including a national museum, community college, and charter high school for the arts.”
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