Arizona Center for Law and Society

June 2014

Poulin + Morris Announces New Projects for ASU’s Arizona Center for Law and Society, Gibney Dance, and New York-Presbyterian Hospital

Arizona State University’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law seeks to reinvent the traditional law school experience by developing the state-of-the-art Arizona Center for Law and Society in downtown Phoenix. Located within a vibrant urban community in close proximity to the city’s judicial center, the $ 129 million, 6-story, 260,000-square-foot Center, designed by Ennead Architects, will be home to a public law library, civic outreach center, and a Great Hall, as well as the first non-profit, public-interest law firm affiliated with a law school. Employing alumni and third-year law students, the firm will provide hands-on experience to students while offering affordable legal services to the public. Poulin + Morris is developing a comprehensive environmental graphics, donor recognition, and wayfinding sign program for the Center which will open in Fall 2016.

Gibney Dance 280 Broadway

Founded in 1991 as a non-profit, socially active dance company at 890 Broadway in Manhattan’s Flatiron District, Gibney Dance recently signed a 20-year lease for 280 Broadway in Lower Manhattan. Gibney Dance acquired the 36,000-square-foot, downtown space, and former home of Dance New Amsterdam, to save invaluable space for the city’s dance community while expanding its facilities to provide affordable studio rentals to dance companies, Broadway productions, and performing artists. 280 Broadway will focus on training emerging dancers and feature a digital media center, a state-of-the-art performance lab, and a black box theater. Poulin + Morris is creating a comprehensive environmental graphics and donor recognition program for Gibney Dance’s new downtown addition.

New York-Presbyterian

Poulin + Morris is working with New York-Presbyterian Hospital on a comprehensive environmental graphics, donor recognition, and wayfinding sign program for the $ 100 million David H. Koch Center located on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Scheduled to open in 2018, the 9-story, 450,000-square-foot outpatient facility, designed by HOK, will provide personalized and integrated care for patients with digestive diseases, cancer, and other conditions in a patient-friendly and technologically advanced environment. The Center will also offer outpatient surgery, interventional radiology, diagnostic imaging, and a wellness center.

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