Headlines, News & Updates

12/13/19
JEA's New Downtown Headquarters Wins Final Design Approval
$72.2 million, 200,000-square-foot headquarters is planned at 325 W. Adams near the Duval County Courthouse.
JEA Dowtown Headquarters Rendering

12/07/19
Catering to Patient’s Needs: New Strategies to Prioritize Capital Spend
Alena Sakalouski Johnson, AIA, ACHA, shares her strategies to success in the future of healthcare
Alena Sakalouski Johnson, AIA, ACHA, Ryan Companies US, Inc.

12/06/19
Tampa Bay Times: Epperson to add Retailing at Crystal Lagoon in Wesley Chapel
Ryan Companies proposes grocery, retail stores and health club at neighborhood's entrance.
Epperson to add Retailing at Crystal Lagoon in Wesley Chapel

12/05/19
Community Celebrates Start of Construction on Fully Reserved Building at Friendship Village Tempe
Ryan Companies Begins Phase One Construction in the Revitalization of Senior Living Community
Friendly Village Tempe Phase One Construction Celebration

12/03/19
Novus Innovation Corridor Gaining Six-Story Class A Office
Ryan Companies is building the 160,000 square-foot, multi-tenant structure, designed by local Tempe architecture firm, DAVIS.
777 Tower at Novus

11/20/19
Ryan Companies and Allstate Partner on Chicago South Side Opportunity Zone Project
Pullman Crossings business park to open in early 2020
Pullman Crossings Rendering

11/13/19
Daymark Uptown Apartments “Top Off” with Cupola Placement
Uptown apartments reach significant milestone in construction progress
Daymark Cupola in Uptown Minneapolis

11/12/19
Saint Paul Mayor Melvin Carter, Ward 3 Councilmember Chris Tolbert and Ryan Companies Announce Redevelopment Proposal for the Ford Site
Redevelopment Proposal Generates $27 Million for Affordable Housing and Up To $115 Million for Future Affordable Housing and Other Capital Projects
Ford Site Redevelopment Press Conference

11/11/19
Ryan Companies Builds Momentum with New Healthcare Lead
Allina Health Executive Mike McMahan Joins Ryan Companies
Mike McMahan, Ryan Companies Healthcare Lead

11/08/19
Star Tribune: You Can Learn A Lot About Minneapolis History By Walking The Skyways
Photos, murals and other collections make the skyways into mini-museums.
Large historical panoramas hang in the Wells Fargo Bank building's skyway in Downtown East

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