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Kirksey Architecture acquires House+Partners


HOUSTON, TEXAS — Kirksey Architecture has acquired Houston-based architectural design firm, House+Partners Architecture & Planning, LLP, expanding their multifamily residential, senior living, and commercial office expertise and portfolios. The acquisition was finalized on October 1st and includes ongoing work with five significant residential development projects by Hines, which are under construction and total 1.5 million square feet.

“Having House+Partners join Kirksey reinforces our multifamily residential and corporate office practices, and greatly expands our senior living portfolio. Their proven work on notable high-rise residential and corporate headquarters projects throughout the region better positions our firm and broadens our reach in these sectors,” says Kirksey President, Wes Good.

Established in 1978, House+Partners has served a variety of clients in both the public and private sectors. Their high-profile multifamily projects complement Kirksey’s residential portfolio, which includes high-rise luxury condominiums such as The Wilshire, The Revere at River Oaks, and Belfiore, as well as apartment communities such as The Lofts at CityCentre.

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Seems like these latest moves is Kirksey Architecture's attempt diversify. Kirksey for the past 10 years leaned very heavily into Educational facilities both K-12 and Higher Ed. Either that market is cooling off, or they aren't getting the kind of projects to only lean on that particular industry.

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Kirksey Architecture founder John Kirksey reflects on 50 years - Houston Business Journal (bizjournals.com)

"Kirksey Architecture has influenced the design of numerous projects across the Bayou City, including the University of Houston’s Hilton College of Global Hospitality Leadership and the transformation of an office building into a church for Hope City Houston.

His company also has had a hand in the design of many of this year’s Landmark Awards finalists — not to mention several finalists in previous years as well.

Kirksey’s legacy runs deep in the Houston community — and that's why the Houston Business Journal chose him as its 2024 Lifetime Achievement Award recipient for this year’s Landmark Awards program."

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