Jeff joined Pappageorge Haymes Partners (PH) in 1994 and quickly became involved in some of the firm’s most
celebrated work in Chicago including; Willow Court, Kinzie Park, Park Terrace, and Old Town Square. He later became
the senior designer and project manager for Museum Park; the highly acclaimed, multiphased Chicago lakefront
residential development comprising townhouse, mid-rise and high-rise components, including One Museum Park East,
the third tallest all-residential tower in the United States and its companion building One Museum Park West. Other
notable projects include; SouthShore, a $165 million luxury mixed-use riverfront project located in Newport, Kentucky;
and the highly acclaimed University Commons, an adaptive re-use and historic renovation of six landmark buildings
from warehouse structures into 929 residential loft condominiums.
Recent work includes; Wyndham Grand Chicago Riverfront (formerly Hotel 71); an extensive rebranding of the flagship boutique hotel which included a full renovation of the exterior entrance, ground floor and lobby, the creation of a new restaurant and tavern, and the design of a new penthouse level with outdoor space, Arlington Downs; a $250 million mixed-use redevelopment in Arlington Heights, Illinois, which will include luxury high-rise residential apartments, hotels, retail and restaurants, Waihonua at Kewalo; a new 43-story, 345-unit luxury residential tower located in the epicenter of urban renewal in Honolulu, and The Collection; a new mixed-use complex comprised of high-rise, mid-rise, and townhouse components in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Jeff began his professional career at CF Campbell Architects/Contractors, Detroit, Michigan, working as project
architect on single-family projects. He later worked at Schervish Vogel Merz, P.C., Detroit, Michigan, and Garnet
Cousins and Associates, Royal Oak, Michigan where he expanded his experience with multi-residential and
entertainment facilities work. He moved to Chicago in 1993 and worked at Muller & Muller Architects as project
architect on various public and commercial projects, including park renovation, athletic, and educational facilities before