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Adaptive Reuse: Crafting a State-of-the-Art Ballpark from an Unused Train Station

Tuesday, March 28, 2017
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Adaptive reuse is a way for commercial properties to find a new life, and they can be a win-win situation for developers and a community. This is the case for Minute Maid Park, the home of the Houston Astros Major League Baseball team. Through creative design and planning, Houston has a ballpark that is unlike any other. It gives a nod to its past while projecting success for the future, and adaptive reuse has made it into the iconic site that it is today. Long before the Astros were founded and even longer before Minute Maid Park was constructed, the plot of land in downtown Houston at 501 Crawford Street belonged to the Houston Belt and Terminal Railway Company. The company dedicated the opening of Union Station in 1911, and it served as the main passenger ... [Read More]




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