Goode Van Slyke Architecture Expands to North Carolina
Atlanta/Greensboro, N.C. (October 2020) - Atlanta-based Goode Van Slyke Architecture (GVSA) is opening a new office in Greensboro, North Carolina. This will be the firm's first expansion outside of Atlanta.
"Greensboro, which is my hometown, has a central location within reach of opportunities throughout North Carolina," said GVSA partner Chris Goode. "We're already on vendor lists for several owners so we look forward to gearing up quickly."
“This is a market that suits us,” adds partner Paul Van Slyke. “The opportunities that exist there – education, multifamily, healthcare and other sectors – fit perfectly with what we do.”
Goode Van Slyke is an innovative, versatile architectural firm with a wide range of specialties. Best known for its work on the new Mercedes Benz Stadium, including the offices of the Atlanta Falcons, it has a wide array of accomplishments. These include:
- University and college buildings on 15 campuses of higher education in Georgia
- K-12 (elementary and high school) buildings in virtually every Metro Atlanta school system as well as Clarke and Dougherty counties
- Healthcare facilities with a wide range of purposes
- Multifamily and mixed-use residential communities ranging from luxury high-rise condos to affordable, senior and student housing
- Offices including Atlanta Gas Light’s Regional Business Center
- Municipal and government buildings
- Aviation facilities
- Performing arts centers, museums and cultural centers
- Master planning for large-scale developments and redevelopments
- TV and broadcasting studios
The firm excels at both new construction and adaptive reuse of existing – often historic – structures. Every GVSA design is custom – the firm doesn’t believe in cookie-cutter projects. Environmentally friendly, sustainable projects are a priority as well.
The new office is located at 6905 Downwind Road, Suite K, Greensboro, NC 27409.
Goode and Van Slyke founded GVSA in 1996. The firm will celebrate its 25th anniversary in 2021.