News & Awards

Byerly’s 71 France and Summit Orthopedics recognized at Best in Real Estate Awards

Thursday, April 17th, 2014

The 15th annual MSPBJ Best in Real Estate awards recognizes the top developments of the year. This year, Pope Architects was honored to have two projects featured in the program, including Byerly's 71 France Development and Summit Orthopedics Vadnais Heights.

Presbyterian Homes unveils plans for Hudson Senior Living campus

Monday, April 14th, 2014

Presbyterian Homes is planning a new senior living facility adjacent to the Hudson Hospital campus in Hudson, Wisconsin. The new 160-unit facility integrates senior living services with medical care. Pope Architects is designing the new facility.

Summit Orthopedics celebrated its new cutting-edge Vadnais Heights Medical Center

Monday, April 14th, 2014

Summit Orthopedics hosted a Grand Opening celebration at its new Vadnais Heights Medical Center last week. The new facility, which features care suites, helps patients save costs by avoiding hospital stays.

Join IIDA Northland on a tour of C.H. Robinson’s Eden Bluff III

Thursday, April 10th, 2014

Pope Architects is pleased to share C.H. Robinson's exciting new office building through IIDA Northland's Corporate Office Forum Event on May 5, 2014.

Make them Shine Gala for St. David’s Center

Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014

Pope Architects joined the celebration at St. David's Center's 25th Annual Make Them Shine Gala at the International Market Square in Minneapolis, MN.

Bethany Lutheran Eagle Crest South in LaCrosse celebrated its beginning

Wednesday, March 26th, 2014

Bethany Lutheran Eagle Crest South, a new senior community in LaCrosse, held a groundbreaking ceremony this week. The new $28 million senior living development should open by May 2015.

Pope Architects selected for Windom Area Hospital expansion

Thursday, March 20th, 2014

Pope Architects is pleased to announce that our healthcare team was selected to partner with the Windom Area Hospital and Kraus-Anderson Construction Company on a $7 million expansion in Windom, Minnesota.

City unanimously approves PrairieCare Hospital

Tuesday, February 25th, 2014

PrairieCare received the green light from the City Council to move forward on plans for a new hospital dedicated to helping children and adolescents with behavioral health and mental health illnesses.

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