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Picking teams can be challenging - and when it comes to picking out your architectural team there are a lot of things to consider.  Below is an article to help you in your next building adventure.

How to pick the right team for your home renovation

The Gentry Lane Residence transformation began with great clients that saw something
in their beloved mid-century modern home that they couldn’t part with. 
 

An incredible team to create an incredible community
Tremmel Design Group is proud to be a part of the Gold Hill Mesa development team. Gold Hill Mesa is a community on the west side of Colorado Springs that is part of a movement called "smart growth".  Gold Hill Mesa's Traditional Neighborhood Development strives to create a sense of community, sustainability and vitality. TDG led the effort, with the Collaborative Design Group, on the conceptual design to create an innovative commercial master plan for Gold Hill Mesa Neighborhood. Collaborating with a great team was the key.  We worked with land planners, other architects, owners, and future users to create the inspiration behind the master plan.  Your project team is such an important group of individuals.  You deserve to have the best, passionate, and qualified people on your team.  Don’t settle.  Find the best! 
22 Spruce Apartments - City Council GREEN LIGHT

In a recent Colorado Springs Gazette article by Billie Stanton Anleu, you can read the details below:

Tremmel Design Group is proud to be the Project Architect.  

A 48-apartment complex for west Colorado Springs won unanimous City Council approval Tuesday, marking the fourth such building planned for young professionals to live in or near downtown.

The project at 22 Spruce St. will cover a half-acre between Kiowa Street and Pikes Peak Avenue, close to bus stops and bike lanes and providing easy pedestrian access over Interstate 25 and into downtown via Bijou Street or Colorado Avenue.

The complex will consist of 15 studio apartments, 29 one-bedroom and 4 two-bedroom units, with a café, gymnasium, bicycle parking and rooftop patio.

"This is certainly a classic urban infill," said Dave Morrison, of Land Patterns Inc.

Council President Pro Tem Jill Gaebler agreed, giving the "22 Spruce" project two thumbs up.

"This is a great example of urban infill development, situated along transit routes with good bike infrastructure and will be a great option for millennials who want to work and have a more livable downtown residential experience,"

           -Gaebler said after the council's 8-0 approval vote.


Read the article here.
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