Main Street News


Main Street Design is pleased to announce that we have been selected to undertake a comprehensive redesign of the Jekyll Island Museum, in partnership with The Weber Group, a leading design-build firm focused on the entertainment and hospitality industries. The new Museum will tell the deeply intertwined stories of nature and culture over hundreds of years on this beautiful and historic protected barrier island on the Georgia coast.

Main Street Design is delighted to announce the completion of the Houston Arboretum & Nature Center's new Savanna Field Station – the first in a series of satellite interpretive destinations to be located at intervals along the Arboretum's trails. These simple shade structures, built in part with salvaged native post oak lumber harvested and milled on site, provide information about key habitats and about the Arboretum’s ongoing restoration efforts – a living ecological experiment... Read More

Main Street Design has been selected by the prestigious Cornell Lab of Ornithology to develop and design new interpretive exhibits and experiences for the Lab’s Visitor Center at Sapsucker Woods, just off the Cornell University campus. Recognized worldwide as a leading ornithological research institution and a vital resource for birders and scientists alike, the Lab and its adjacent natural areas and trails are a destination for visitors from around the region and around the world.

Main Street Design is delighted to have been selected by the Arlington (Virginia) Public Schools and Quinn Evans Architects to provide interpretation for the Stratford Middle School, in conjunction with a major renovation and expansion of the school being designed by QEA. In February of 1959 Stratford became the first public school in Virginia to be integrated, when four brave African-American young people entered the school building and joined the until then all-white student body. Main... Read More

Main Street Design Provides Interpretive Planning & Design for Florida: Mission Everglades at Zoo Miami. Read article by Joe Kleiman