MorningStar of Albuquerque Assisted Living & Memory Care of Albuquerque took home the NAIOP (National Association of Industrial and Office Properties) New Mexico’s Award of Excellence at their recent awards ceremony. NAIOP hosts this annual event to highlight the best developments in the state of New Mexico.
Rosemann’s design for MorningStar of Albuquerque was singled out for its market appeal to the community. The Southwest inspired design includes 61,000 square feet of living space, 69 assisted living and memory care units, dining areas, theater, exercise space, chapel and gathering areas. Its easy access to restaurants, shopping, and parks, along with its uninterrupted view of the Sandia Mountains, also enhances the overall appeal to the community.
Rosemann & Associates, P.C., Confluent Development and Bradbury Stamm Construction worked closely together to complete the construction of MorningStar’s first community in New Mexico.
Congratulations to Nathan Rosemann and the Denver staff on this recognition!
Lake Ridge at Lake St Louis adds affordable senior housing to the prestigious Lake St Louis area. Developer Matt Mills of Southeast Holdings and HRM Services, LLC, which manages the development, collaborated with Rosemann to create a three-story 49 unit development. The gracious interior provides areas for private and family gatherings for the residents. The location is close to retail and entertainment venues for quick trips or longer outings.
Kathy and Tim Blattel consulted on senior living planning and services. Rosemann's Jarrett Cooper, Nancy Rodney and Ryan Montana led the design efforts. Roanoke Construction served as General Contractor.
Lake St. Louis Mayor Kathy Schweikert (pictured at forefront holding flowers) addressed the crowd and helped cut the ribbon.
Newly elected Missouri Lieutenant Governor Mike Parson recently enjoyed lunch and an exchange of ideas with members of the Missouri Growth Association. Everyone in attendance expressed appreciation to the Lt. Governor for taking the time to have a leisurely lunch and meeting where a real exchange of ideas and information on Economic Development, Real Estate Development, Housing Tax Incentives and many other issues were discussed.
Attendees included Kathy Sorkin of Rosemann and Erica Dobreff of the Kansas City Equity Fund (pictured left) with the Lt. Governor Parson. Others included Kelvin Simmons of Dentons representing MGA, Gib Kerr of Cushman Wakefield, Steve Foutch of Foutch Brothers, Christine Johnston of Marks Nelson, Rachel Nugent of Rosin Preservation, Andrea Woodard of AJ Woodard, Amanda Dyer of Strategic Rebirth, Sheila Walker of Ma-at Foundation and Pat Contreras of McCown Gordon.
The panel compared St Louis’ preservation efforts to those of other cities, discussed the biggest wins and losses in St Louis, as well as what those in the audience could do to get involved in supporting preservation.
The Arch as a positive addition to St Louis in the 60s was discussed at length, offset by the loss of many cast-iron façade buildings in the 1930s to clear the way for the National Park grounds. Overall, the panel agreed that preservation was a balancing act requiring a viable re-use to be successful and that each win may have unintended consequences.
An excellent example of these consequences was discussed as the “win” of the redevelopment of the Old Post Office into a vital hub of downtown St Louis. It was offset by the “loss” of the Century building to provide a parking garage to support the vitality of the OPO and surrounding redevelopment. More than 50 attended the well-received panel, with much give and take between the audience and the panelists. Landmark’s own Amanda Clark moderated.
Kudos to Lead Architect Edward English, Scott Rosemann COO and Structural Engineering Director, and the support team at Rosemann's Kansas City Studio for their award winning design of St. Michael's Veterans Center - Phase II. The Capstone Award sponsored by the Kansas City Business Journal recognizes outstanding achievements in the field of Real Estate Development.
The plight of homeless Veterans is a national tragedy unfolding daily under overpasses and on city sidewalks as society passes by. In response, a group of tenacious collaborators, led by The Yarco Co. and Catholic Charities developed this affordable housing with an array of services and amenities. Rather than a temporary shelter, it is a dignified home where the unemployment cycle and substandard care are combatted. St. Michael’s Veterans Center - Phase II expands the innovative housing for homeless Veterans and eliminates a blighted and crime-ridden site in Kansas City. Innovative architectural design, quality construction, unit finishes, and site amenities lift up both the residents and the neighborhood.
For more information about St. Michael's Veterans Center, check out their website here. Thank you to all those who worked tirelessly to make this dream a reality.
Recently, Rosemann & Associates, P.C. Kansas City office took part in the Miles Against Melanoma 5K Walk/Run. Team Slappy, organized by Project Architect Gabe Vogl, has participate for the past 5 years in memory of Gabe’s wife Didi Vogl. A team of 40 friends, family and coworkers came out to support Didi’s life and legacy.
Members of the Rosemann team, Staff Architect Zachary Arand and Project Manager Michael Gaillard’s daughter Audrey were awarded two first place medals.
On May 17th, Don Rosemann, Rick New, Kerrie Kannberg and Nathan Rosemann of the Rosemann Denver Studio joined owner and operator Ascent Living Communities as they celebrated the completion of the Village at Belmar. This Ascent Living Communities development in Lakewood, Colorado, combines Independent Living townhouses with an Assisted Living and Memory Care main building all on one campus. The 7.5 acre complex is conveniently situated a short distance from the Belmar Shopping District and the City of Lakewood Cultural Center. Congratulations to all those who made this project a success!
Rosemann & Associates, P.C. team led by Vice President, Dave Hendrikse, recently had the opportunity to provide professional services to help Harvesters – The Community Food Network continue its mission to “feed hungry people today and work to end hunger tomorrow”. With the startup of their new cooler and cold dock, relocated agency pick up and various changes to their volunteer areas, Harvesters is poised to meet that mission well into the future. The new cooler space and clean room have been featured in the news so check out the videos here or read about the project in the Kansas City Star. If you are interested in getting involved with Harvesters check out their website for volunteer and donation opportunities.
Rosemann’s design of Village at Delmar Place was honored as Housing Development of the Year by the City of St. Louis’ Community Development Administration. The annual award ceremony was held on April 17th at the Jewel Box in Forest Park. The entire team, led by RISE and Efficacy Consulting, LLC accepted the award.
The Housing Development of the Year award recognizes individuals, organizations, and businesses who have made significant contributions to the community development field in St. Louis.
Pictured from left to right:
Front Row: Larry Perlmutter, Stephen Acree, John Williams, Kathy Sorkin, Yaphett El-Amin, Nancy Rodney, Rick Bonasch, Jarrett Cooper
Second Row: John Nuernberger, Ron Kraus, Mark Stroker, Alderman Frank Williamson
A few months ago, Zack Callaway of our Denver Studio submitted a t-shirt design for a competition and won! The design competition was for the Team Gleason foundation which supports Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). Steve Gleason, a former New Orleans Saints football player, is a personal hero of Zack’s. The charity helps in the following ways:
No White Flags was the inspirational phrase that Steve Gleason spoke when he was diagnosed with ALS back in 2011. Steve was responsible for the famous blocked punt in the first football game back in New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina. A play which had a large impact on the city and symbolically turned it around.
The concept of the design is the re-interpretation of the Katrina X-codes that were spray-painted on the sides of each house in the aftermath of Katrina, and by rebranding the symbol with the Team Gleason “No White Flags” mantra, it hopes to inspire those affected by ALS to not give up the fight no matter how bleak things may seem.