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Tag Archives: Adaptive Reuse

Transformative design

Genmab was looking to have Gensler create a sense of transparency and connectivity between the lab and workplace.

Copenhagen, Denmark-based biotechnology company Genmab chose to plant roots in Princeton because it saw the former home of Bristol-Myers Squibb as an ideal fit. With the help of Morristown architecture firm Gensler, a $20 million renovation and office-to-lab conversion at the property repositioned the lab as the center of the company's work culture across its 135,000-square-foot footprint.

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Remaking history

The adaptive reuse of the 1918 Jersey City Elks Lodge in Jersey City uncovered historic architecture. - HOPKINS GROUP MANAGEMENT

A project of Jersey City-based Hopkins Group Management, Elks Club JSQ is an adaptive reuse of one of the city’s oldest surviving buildings – the 1918 Jersey City Elks Lodge – in Journal Square.

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