The following is an excerpt from a May 21 article by Kevin Collison of the The Kansas City Star about our Second and Delaware development we are building in the River Market:
A $50 million, very green apartment development is in the works for the River Market, the final chapter in transforming what was once a gritty railroad yard into a new neighborhood.Developer Jonathan Arnold is planning an approximately 300-unit development called Second and Delaware that promises the latest in energy efficiency while allowing residents to get their hands dirty working their rooftop gardens.
Arnold Imaging was retained by The Cordish Company to create a series of Virtual Photographs of Waterside Live, a retail entertainment venue on the waterfront of Norfolk Virginia. The images helped Cordish convey their vision to members of the City Council of Norfolk Virginia.
On February 11, 2014, The City Council voted unanimously to grant Cordish’s request to give the Baltimore company regulatory control over the bars and nightclubs it brings to Waterside Live.
Arnold Imaging specializes in creating images of large scale redevelopments before they exist. Our work helps lower the perceived risk associated with proposed projects and helps build the necessary community and political support to successfully develop complex mixed-use developments.
Construction will begin this week on The Legends at Hazeltine, a $30 million senior living center being built in Chaska. Arnold Imaging produced Virtual Photographs and a Virtual film that convey all of the details of the luxurious design in clear, emotionally compelling images.
Click below to watch the virtual film.
Traditions Senior Living enlists Arnold Imaging to visualize Lover’s Lane, their signature senior community in Dallas, Texas. The Virtual Photographs will be used to pre-leas units while the development is under construction.
The developer chose Arnold Imaging because our visualizations exhibit the warmth of a water color rendering and the realism of a photograph.
Eden Hill Senior Living Communities, a leading CCRC in New Braunfels, Texas has selected Arnold Imaging to create virtual content and a new mobile friendly website for the Pinnacle at Eden Hill.
The integrated, emotionally appealing approach will incorporate an interactive campus map, a finish selection tool, and animated virtual tours. The website and tours are scheduled to launch in mid June.
Kyle Field will be the largest stadium in the Southeastern Conference, housing a little more than 102,000 fans. Arnold Imaging’s vast experience with stadium visualizations made for a perfect partnership. Our team translated the architectural plans into an emotionally engaging series of virtual photographs and an HD animation that will be sure to psych-up fans, students and alumni for their future game day experiences. To learn more visit kylefield.com
Greenbriar Development, long-time leaders in the national development of Senior Housing and Continuing Care Retirement Communities, has selected Arnold Imaging to create virtual content and an interactive sales center kiosk for the expansion of Morningside Ministries Menger Springs community in Boine, Texas.
Our virtual photographs and lifestyle videos will show future residents exactly what their community will look like, from the new bistro to the views from the balconies.
The 2012 Presidential Climate Action Project, PCAP-2012, is the fifth in the series of presidential climate action plans PCAP has produced since 2008. It’s goal is to clarify and promote sensible sustainable development policy options for the executive branch of the federal government.
Arnold Imaging’s work was featured in Chapter 10 as an example of how visualizations can be effective communication mediums for new and progressive ideas. We are honored that our work for KCPT’s Imagine KC project was cited as an example for visualizing sustainable development. Click here to download the full report.
Caymus Development retained Arnold Imaging to produce exterior renderings of Mission Farms West, their latest mixed-use project in Johnson County, Kansas. The renderings were used to secure planning approvals and lease apartment units while the building was still under construction. The building is now open and is being absorbed at a fast pace. Just last week we were asked to create renderings for the next phase of the project, which will consist of additional multifamily, office and retail space.
Arnold Imaging successfully launched The Future We Want campaign in partnership with the United Nations in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on June 16, 2012.
The campaign’s goal is to change the way we communicate sustainable concepts from focusing on the “Doom and Gloom” and apocalyptic visions of the future, to focusing on the improved quality of life we can create if we adopt new technologies and practices.
The exhibit consisted of more than 50 “Green Shoots” success stories from around the world that showcased work that is underway to make our lifestyles more sustainable and healthy. Jonathan Arnold and Bill Becker curated the content and then designed the video wall and lounge for the exhibit.
The exhibit was visited by more than 30,000 people from around the world, including heads of state, leaders of NGO’s and various trade groups.