Urban Design Group
Urban Design Group was founded in 1975, by John M. Novack, Jr., after leaving his position as Design Director at C. F. Murphy Associates of Chicago. The organization has grown steadily since 1975, having designed several urban projects, including Rivercenter in San Antonio, Texas; One Tabor Center in Denver, Colorado; Disney's Wilderness Lodge in Orlando, Florida; and Carlson Center in Minnetonka, Minnesota.
Urban Design Group is managed with a studio approach. Each office functions as an independent studio within the larger firm.
The firm has completed more than $4.5 billion work of projects worldwide.
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- Amrit Touristic Development, Tartous District, Syria
- Animal Kingdom Lodge, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida
- Carlson Center, Minnetonka, Minnesota
- Cameron University Science Complex, Lawton, Oklahoma
- Castle Creek Lodge, Aspen, Colorado
- Convergence Center, Virginia Beach, Virginia
- Denver Dry Goods, Denver, Colorado
- Eagles Nest Ranch, Northeastern, Colorado
- E.M. Dirksen Federal Building: Phase III Renovation, Chicago, Illinois
- Fallen Oak Golf Clubhouse, Gulfport, Mississippi
- Four Winds Casino Resort, New Buffalo, Michigan
- Grand Californian, Disney's California Adventure, Anaheim, California
- Great Platte River Road Archway Monument, Kearney, Nebraska
- Galleria 400, Atlanta, Georgia
- Grand Bear Golf Clubhouse, Gulfport, Mississippi
- Hollywood Slots at Bangor, Maine
- Hollywood Casino at Penn National, Grantville, Pennsylvania
- International Baptist Theological Seminary, Prague, Czech Republic
- Law Offices/Crawford Hill Mansion, Denver, Colorado
- Nakheel Design Summit, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
- OCT Yantian Eco Park and Resort, Shenzhen, China
- One Ten Broadway, San Antonio, Texas
- Opera Galleria, Fort Collins, Colorado
- Quartz Mountain Arts and Conference Center, Lone Wolf, Oklahoma
- Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, Oklahoma
- Preston Ridge I & II, Alpharetta, Georgia
- Rivercenter, San Antonio, Texas
- Silver Legacy, Reno, Nevada
- Sinclair Cabin, Montrose County, Colorado
- Sogang University Graduate School of Business, Seoul, Korea
- Tabor Center, Denver, Colorado
- Tramway Renovation, Denver, Colorado
- Tulsa Community College West Campus Tulsa, Oklahoma
- Tulsa Union Depot (1980), Tulsa, Oklahoma 
- University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts, Los Angeles, California
- United Artist Theatres, Bugis Junction, Singapore
- United Artist Theatres, Shatin, Hong Kong
- Wilderness Resort, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida
- Windward Fairways I and II, Atlanta, Georgia
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iiiDivision of Urban Design of the University of Colorado College of Design and Planning, Award of Honor, Tabor Center, 1985.
ivIdeal Places: Rockefeller Visions for America, featuring Tabor Center. 5th Annual Honor Awards.
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viiiMorris, D.L. (1996). The Wilderness World of Disney. Log Home Living, 59
xiCommercial and Retail Development (2001). Galleria 400. Georgia Construction Review: Atlanta Edition, 26.
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