Transforming places that have run their course is an exciting opportunity for landscape architects. Clark Condon is the landscape architect for the revitalization of an existing mall in the Chicago area.

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Houston Farmers Market

The 75-year-old Heights-based Houston Farmer’s Market underwent a three-year, $10 million redevelopment to bring Houston its own unique farmer’s market. Clark Condon was the lead design consultant for this amazing transformation. A key design goal was to refresh and add variety, but also keep the edge and historic vibe of the market in the Heights

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Hughes Landing Wetland Garden

Hughes Landing is a 66-acre mixed-use development nestled between Town Center and Research Forest on the edge of Lake Woodlands. The development includes Class A office buildings, a hotel, apartments, retail, and grocery. Clark Condon’s role was to create an entry experience to Hughes Landing. The challenges were working with existing delineated wetlands, enhancing them,

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Alongside Lincoln Property Company and Ziegler Cooper Architects, Clark Condon transformed 70,000 square feet of the former Exxon Mobil Campus into a vibrant retail corridor, dubbed CityNorth. The extensive landscape improvements include expanded public green space, outdoor lounge areas and flexible event lawns. Outdoor work-enabled spaces provide campus tenants with areas for mobile work, remote meetings

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Vintage Park

Vintage Lifestyle Park is an upscale, mixed-use development located in Cypress, Texas just northwest of Houston. The project is anchored by a 500,000-square-foot retail development covering 31 acres of the 84-acre mixed-use development. The development is connected with boulevarded streets, pathways, and sidewalks and identified with signature and unified entrances. This upscale lifestyle shopping destination

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Woodlands Waterway

The Woodlands Waterway is a 1.2 mile long transportation corridor linking office buildings, shopping, dining, residential and entertainment venues in The Woodlands Town Center. The extension from Lake Robbins to The Woodlands Mall includes a turning basin and water taxi stop. There are distinctive pedestrian bridges over the water. In addition to facilitating water taxis

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