Specialty - Commercial

Plaza of the Americas

Turning an ice rink into an oasis

Successful re-purpose for tenants

  • new retail pavilions
  • new fitness and conference centers
  • new lobby entries
  • new finishes
The Plaza of the Americas project is a re-purposing of the existing atrium into a more user friendly space for building tenants and pedestrian visitors alike. Designed in collaboration with the landscape architect, The Office of James Burnett (Klyde Warren Park), the repositioning transforms the lightly used sunken ice rink space into a 40,000-square-foot indoor oasis of live greenery, water features, textured surfaces and gathering areas. Other architectural renovations include new retail pavilions, new fitness and conference centers above the parking garage, new parking garage and lobby entries and new finishes throughout.


In addition to Corgan's core areas of expertise, specialization project types include museums, performance halls and production studios, multi-family residential, retail, hospitality and non-traditional learning spaces.

Our distinct style is your unique vision. You won't find us recycling previous design concepts. Collaboration is in our DNA.  We listen. We design around your needs. We do what we say we're going to do. That's the basis for our success; and that's why we have long-lasting relationships with our clients.