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Hospitality

Boston Garden Experience Restaurant

The Boston Garden Experience restaurant was designed to recreate the unique experience of attending events at the original Boston Garden, such as Boston Bruins and the Boston Celtics games. The two-level space is open to the arena bowl on one side, and the main entry on another. Two bars, a full-service kitchen, and three separate..

Madonna House

HHL Architects designed this unique half-way house residence for women recovering from drug and alcohol abuse. The objective was to create a “retreat” lodge-style setting suitable to help these recovering women matriculate from treatment into normal self-administered daily care. Working with DASNY and using the NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services standards, this..

Westminster Presbyterian Church: New West Entrance

Westminster Presbyterian Church is part of a larger complex of buildings which provide many services to the community requiring the facility to operate seven days a week. There are multiple buildings from various time periods which had made the rear parking entrance unclear. The goal of the expansion project was to create an entrance that..

Lancaster Presbyterian Church Renovations & Expansion

HHL Architects prepared a Master Plan, designed expanded parking, and then redesigned this 160+ year-old historic sanctuary, doubling the seating capacity to 360. The plan orientation was rotated 180 degrees, (matching the original sanctuary design) and the south wall was removed to expand into a new addition, enabling a new balcony. Existing pews, paneling, and..

KeyBank Center: Harbour Club & 200 Level Club

The Harbour Club and 200 Level Club are located on the concourse and club levels of the former HSBC, now KeyBank Center, the home of the Buffalo Sabres. The food service spaces were designed to focus on harbor views to the west, and downtown views to the north, through 25-foot-high windows fronting on Main Street...

Episcopal Church Home

This Master Plan focused on the unification of the complex to coordinate several additions and new structures that were under consideration for construction. The campus, originally established in 1904 in the block bounded by Busti Avenue, Rhode Island Street, Seventh Street, and Massachusetts Avenue, expanded to acquire six existing buildings by 1987. The Master Plan..

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House Restoration

In 1904, Darwin D. Martin commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright to design a complex of buildings to be his home. The Martin Estate was completed in 1907 on a 1.4-acre site in the Frederick Law Olmsted designed Parkside neighborhood of Buffalo. The complex included the Main House, the Pergola, the Conservatory, and the Carriage House. When..

Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society Master Plan & Renovations

A significant element along the northeast edge of the Frederick Law Olmsted designed Delaware Park, the Pan-American Building (Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society) is the only remaining structure from the 1901 Pan-American Exposition and is a National Historic Landmark. For Phase I of this project, HHL Architects developed a Master Plan for the museum..

SUNY Fredonia: Rockefeller Arts Center Upgrades

HHL Architects was engaged by the SUCF to design improvements and upgrades to this I.M. Pei designed building, including the King Concert Hall, Marvel Theater, Bartlett Theater, art classrooms, and the exterior roof and plaza. In all three theaters, the scope of work included repairs and improvements to theater lighting and electrical systems, theater seating,..

SUNY Fredonia: Williams Center Upgrades

HHL Architects analyzed the functionality and deficiencies of the College’s I.M. Pei designed student center, developing a space planning study and long-range plan for capital improvements to the building. Subsequently, the Fredonia Faculty Student Association implemented full food service upgrades to the lower level, as outlined in the space planning study. Vibrant colors, circular motifs,..