News

06Jun 2022

Senior Living design is not for the faint of heart. Successful projects often depend on a Design Team’s ability to skillfully merge design considerations inherent to a wide range of building prototypes including Healthcare, Educational, Multi-Family Residential, Hospitality Design, and Urban Planning. Emerging Senior Living design trends, and the need to consider how they might […]

12May 2022

Healthcare Construction and Operations News reports on the commencement of construction for the expanded headquarters. Slated for completion in summer 2023, Orthopedic Specialists is expanding operations with the construction of a new 60,000-square-foot, two-story medical office building and corporate headquarters. Orthopedic Specialists of SW Florida will house 60 exam rooms, two MRI suites, six procedure […]

11May 2022

Baker Barrios’s rendering for a proposed 16-story, 250,000 square-foot tower was shared by the Orlando Business Journal. It would be located on Mariposa Street just south of Lake Eola and a short walk from the central business district. Metin Negrin, Lexin Capital’s founder and president, told Orlando Business Journal he was hoping for something distinct […]

09May 2022

Lincoln Property Company shared details and an updated timeline and outlook for leasing in the Orlando Business Journal: The future skyscraper will include seven stories of office space totaling 198,800 square feet, in addition to 240 residential units and a club level with an amenity deck on the 18th floor to separate the two uses. […]

14Apr 2022

We are thrilled to be on the team helping bring Cake Bake Shop, Indianapolis’s famous bakery by Gwendolyn Rogers, to Walt Disney World. We cannot wait for this to open in our own backyard. The bakery and restaurant round out an impressive update to dining options on the BoardWalk that is sure to please guests […]

20Jan 2022

Baker Barrios contributed as Associate Architect on the new theater. From the Dr. Phillips Center: Steinmetz Hall at a Glance: As one of the world’s most acoustically advanced theaters, Steinmetz Hall officially achieved an N1 sound rating—the lowest level at which humans can detect sound. It’s one of very few theaters in the world that […]