The Mark

The Mark Sarasota is a mixed-use building of over 800,000 sf in downtown Sarasota. This project encompasses two city blocks of commercial, retail and residential space. The Mark is part of a major downtown development called Pineapple Square. HOYT is the architect for the entire project of six buildings. 

The 13-story building brings well-known national retailers and restaurants to the downtown area.  In addition, 157 condominium units and over 800 parking spaces are included in this project, and State Street will become a vibrant pedestrian arcade, and new spatial experience for Sarasota.

More info - www.themarksarasota.com

Summerhill

Located in the heart of Atlanta, south of downtown between transitional neighborhoods & the original Atlanta Braves’ Turner Field, this urban mixed use redevelopment project consists of office, apartments, retail, civic space, parks, townhomes, entertainment venues and restaurants. The master plan presents a historic opportunity with the potential to reshape the south side of the city and celebrate its rich cultural and sports legacy. 

Sansara Residences

Eighteen exclusive residences within a mixed-use, urban environment unlike anything Sarasota has to offer. A serene fusion of clean contemporary lines, open and smart floor plans, rich woods and expansive glass. The Sansara Residences embody an awakened sense of comfort, intelligence and functionality in thriving downtown Sarasota. Situated perfectly to provide heart-stirring views of both Sarasota Bay and the downtown skyline.

Main Street at Lakewood Ranch

Main Street provides a vibrant focal point for the large, up-scale residential community of Lakewood Ranch. Located on a peninsula on Lake Uihlien, the 20 acre site offers 300,000 SF of pedestrian-friendly, mixed-use space, featuring specialty shops and restaurants with 2nd floor office space and residences. Main Street terminates in a pedestrian plaza and movie theater. Classical and modern architectural elements mix within a modern context to give Main Street a timeless, “town village” feel.