We’ve been getting such a phenomenal response, it keeps evolving and getting bigger.
Once completed, the $600 Million Johnson Controls Hall of Fame Village will be a multi-use center, featuring a world-class hotel and conference center, Center for Excellence (corporate team building center), state-of-the-art youth sports complex and athletic fields, Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium, retail space, thematic restaurants, Legends Landing (residences for Hall of Famers and NFL legends), NFL Family Experience (featuring high-tech virtual reality experiences and rides) and renovated Pro Football Hall of Fame museum. With the addition Johnson Controls as the village’s official partner in 2016, it will become the first-ever sports and entertainment "smart city." | DETAILS
Downey’s new community gathering spot and shopping destination.
The Promenade at Downey is a newly completed, promenade-style shopping center development in Downey, California on the site of the former Downey Studios and NASA manufacturer. | DETAILS
A new, state-of-the-art headquarters and a new life for an ageing campus.
IRG successfully owned, managed, and developed Goodyear’s new, 642,000 square foot, world headquarters in Akron, Ohio. And with IRG’s vision, Goodyear’s former ageing headquarters became The East End, a live, work, play mixed-use destination. | DETAILS
McClellan Park is widely considered the national gold-standard for large military base reuse.
IRG’s vision for the former McClellan Air Force Base in Sacramento, California, resulted in the creation of McClellan Park, an 8.5 million square foot, multi-use business park featuring commercial business, high technology, and aviation space. | DETAILS
Canal Place is a splendid example of adaptive reuse carried to the highest level.
On what used to be Dr. B. F. Goodrich’s first tire plant now stands Canal Place, a vibrant business park in the heart of Akron, Ohio. For this project, IRG won the Arthur D. Little Award for Excellence in Economic Development. | DETAILS