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Cooper Carry

 

Cooper Carry

Cooper Carry is a U.S.-based design firm providing architecture, planning, landscape architecture, interior design and environmental graphic design. The company is based in Atlanta with offices in Alexandria, Virginia; New York City; and (Newport Beach, California Closed).

Cooper Carry was founded in Atlanta in 1960 by Jerry Cooper and Walter Carry. The company specializes in design for corporate, office, hospitality, retail, education, science and technology, government and mixed-use projects. The firm is known for its part in the redevelopment of Mizner Park in Boca Raton, Florida, the former site of a decaying shopping mall in the city's commercial core. The Mizner Park greyfield redevelopment, a public-driven project completed in the late 1990s, is largely celebrated as an early case study of new urbanism and mixed-use development. Since then, the firm has worked on the revitalization of Raleigh, North Carolina's downtown Fayetteville Street, Bethesda Row in Bethesda, Maryland, and various other project types.

Notable Projects Designed by Cooper Carry

  • NASA's Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia - [1]
  • Mizner Park, Boca Raton, Florida
  • Bethesda Row, Bethesda, Maryland
  • The Sanctuary, Kiawah Island, South Carolina
  • The HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology, Hunstville, Alabama - HudsonAlpha Institute website
  • BellSouth Campus, Birmingham, Alabama
  • SunTrust Financial Centre, Tampa, Florida
  • Lancaster County Convention Center, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
  • Lipson Alport Glass & Associates Headquarters, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Cisco Systems Atlanta Campus, Lawrenceville, Georgia
  • RBC Plaza, Raleigh, North Carolina

External links

  • Cooper Carry company website
  • Greyfields into Goldfields - A Study by the Congress for the New Urbanism and PriceWaterhouseCoopers
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