After receiving a donation of the former Nabisco carton making and printing plant from International Paper, Dia planned a dramatic reuse of this 292,000 square foot former industrial space.The result is an array of stunning single-artist galleries renovated specifically for each installation. The structureâ€™s 34,000 square feet of skylights and wide expanses between columns provide an optimal setting for viewing the renowned yet rarely seen contemporary arts collection.
Mixed Use: Office/Residential/Charter School
Historically, downtown Casper was a thriving commercial center in Wyomingâ€™s largest city (pop. 49,000), which was the commercial center of the state. Following the oil industry downturn in the 1980â€™s, Casper lost many downtown businesses. Nothing symbolized this more than the long-shuttered Casper Fire Station, a historic structure dating from the early 20th Century that was vacant for 30 years.Renovation and re-use of this 15,000 sq. ft. building for commercial offices has renewed local pride in the cityâ€™s center and it is expected to be a platform for continuing historic and commercial revitalization. In addition to NDCâ€™s investment, the firehouse also received a HUD Section 108 loan through the City of Casper.
Woodard Lofts – renovation of manufacturing building – Real Estate – Mixed Use Development – Student housing units, office space and retail space
Vanport Square – mixed use – business retail art
Mixed-use – office retail restaurant
Historic rehabilitation of a building into a mixed-use facility with live/work and retail space