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News

November 2018

 

Thank you Alison Cook! We appreciate the shout - out: “Have you visited the new beer garden at Saint Arnold Brewery yet? If not, you're missing out on one of Houston's grandest civic spaces.” NA+AA loved working with OJB Landscape Architecture on this fabulous space, and can be found there many Fridays enjoying one of Chef Ryan’s Bishops Burgers or Crawfish Rolls ourselves. Read more in Alison’s Burger Friday column in the Houston Chronicle: “LOCAL COLOR: I could dine out on the atmosphere and venue alone at the three-month-old beer garden, a marvelous, gleaming metal barn with a raised clerestory. The building, by Natalye Appel & Associates Architects, opens out into a soaring covered garden and then grassy, landscaped space defined by metal framework and metal fencing. The views of downtown are dizzying.” Saint Arnold is a Houston legend, and we loved working with Brock Wagner and all the creative brew crew. Here is some more recent press from PaperCity, Texas Monthly, Houston Chronicle Preview and The Houston Chronicle.

October 2018

 

Levy Park has won an Urban Land Institute 2018 Global Urban Open Space Award! NA+AA is proud to have been a part of the talented OJB team, working with the visionary group at Upper Kirby District toward a better Houston for all. And check out Forbes, Houston Business Journal and Houston Chronicle on Levy Park being named a Finalist for the Global 2018 ULI Urban Open Space Award.

May 2018

 

NA+AA’s new website has launched. Thank you to the talented Victor Benavides and NA+AA partner Lee Olvera for the clean and dynamic new look. Scroll over the big letters for more!

April 2018

 

February 2018

 

Levy Park has been awarded the Urban Land Institute Houston's 2018 Open Space Development of Distinction Award, and was also voted People’s Choice! It was an amazing experience to be a part of the talented design team with OJB Landscape Architecture, and to collaborate with the innovative public – private client partnership of Upper Kirby District, Levy Park Conservancy, City of Houston Parks Department, and Midway.