Apple Aventura

  • This high-end retail store is part of an existing mall in Aventura, Florida
  • The two-story building footprint measures approximately 26,200 sf, plus an exterior garden measuring approximately 3,500 sf
  • Ten-floor office and retail project located in Brooklyn, New York
  • Occupies the entire block and contains an 80,000 sf street level footprint
  • Building contains 10 floors above grade with two full basements below street level and a roof deck above the 10th floor
  • Total gross size is 600,000 sf

Awards

  • Concrete Industry Board (CIB) – Award of Merit
  • Initially envisioned as a renovation of the historic Atlantic Beach Hotel, built and designed by prominent Miami Beach architect Roy France in 1939
  • The Bazaar preserves and restores the existing lobby and facades, while reprogramming the building for retail
  • Three sides of existing facade were preserved by attaching them to temporary steel vertical trusses, which supported the wall for lateral loads as well as gravity
  • Located at 215-219 West 28th Street in Manhattan, New York, HAP 8 is a new 21-story, 150,000 sf luxury residential building with 12,500 sf ground-floor retail, below-grade parking, and amenity space
  • Project was re-envisioned from DXA Studio’s original design to include a second rental unit building of equal size, which equates to approximately 325,000 sf of rental and condo space
  • Located at 9th Avenue and 15th Street in the Meatpacking District of Manhattan, project is a nine-story office and retail mixed-use building containing 150,000 sf
  • Several roofs and terraces are integrated in the design as well as setbacks and depressions
  • Project is registered for LEED Gold certification
  • Project includes the demolition of the existing three-story structure leased to gallery tenants in preparation of a new commercial space
  • New development is a six-story building, totaling up to 37,000 gsf
  • Retail/gallery space on the ground floor measures 7,000 sf, with floors of similar extents above
  • Base building height is 95 ft above grade, with a bulkhead level bringing the total building height to 121 ft above grade
  • New structure is on deep pile foundations, both to hold the structure down against flood waters and to bear the structure upon suitable soil or rock, which is deep in this neighborhood
  • Multiple floors have a high gallery and workshop live load of 150 gsf
  • Project consists of a 25-story, 275-unit residential building consisting of eight levels of parking, nine full floors, and five partial floors on the upper levels of residential units
  • Ground level consists of public areas, retail, circulation, and back-of-house areas
  • There is an amenity deck over the upper most parking deck
  • Estimated gross building area is approximately 750,000 sf with a height of approximately 260 ft
  • Project includes a new 79,000 sf residential tower with a retail podium
  • Building has a setback on the fifth floor creating a very slender structure above the four-story podium
  • Residential floors are elevated approximately 85 ft above the podium in a very slender stack of MEP levels
  • Amenity space is located on the fifth floor, and condo units begin on the ninth floor.
  • Located on NE 39th Street between North Miami Avenue and NE 1st Avenue in the Design District of Miami
  • The 762,000 sf mixed-use project consists of two buildings that sit atop two levels of below grade parking
  • Building 1 is 20 stories and is comprised of three levels of retail, 15 levels of office, and two levels of restaurant and amenity spaces
  • Subterranean parking garage occupies nearly the entire site
  • Podium is capped at fourth level with the first level of restaurant program overlooking an amenity deck
  • Building 2 is a two-story retail building with a green roof deck
  • Project involves the redevelopment of the site which was previously occupied by a 100,000 sf, six-story building completed in the mid-1850s
  • Includes the redevelopment of an 11-story mixed-use commercial building with one below grade level encompassing 172,000 gsf
  • Building includes a retail and office lobby, a Maker’s Mart on the ground floor, commercial space on floors two through nine, and community facilities on floors 10 and 11
  • Ground floor Maker’s Mart extended into the basement level and the remainder of the below grade space is utilized for mechanical and storage areas

 

 

LEED Gold

  • Located at the corner of Jerome Avenue and 176th Street in the Mount Hope section of the Bronx
  • Consists of an 11-story mixed-use building with 112,572 sf of residential F.A.R, 13,500 sf of first floor retail space and space for on-site social services
  • Building measures approximately 130,000 gsf
  • Contains 120 total residential units, consisting of apartments for all 40 existing HASA tenants and 80 new supportive and affordable housing units
  • Superstructure is cast in place concrete shear walls and columns, and concrete flat plate slab
  • Project includes a redevelopment of the site into an urban mixed-use waterfront district encompassing approximately 9 million square feel
  • The C Block encompasses 832,000 sf and includes the rental residential, amenity, retail, and parking areas
  • The residential program includes a total of 453 units, distributed between two residential program types: urban professional rental and high-end rental
  • The parking component can accommodate 780 vehicles distributed over six levels including one below-grade
  • Renovation includes a new green roof on the 13th floor setback, single bay 11-story building addition in north-west corner, new monumental lobby stair and an amphitheater
  • Additional design work included rework of multiple egress pathways, slab openings for MEP accommodations and new cooling tower dunnage on building roof
  • Project includes a new mixed-use condominium development with 100 units, amenity spaces, basement level and parking with 185 single spaces and 30 tandem spaces
  • A central landscaped courtyard and pool are positioned over the parking areas
  • Comprises five 4-story residential structures built with non-combustible construction materials in a traditional architectural style with sloped roofs
  • Buildings 1, 4, and 5 are connected by corridors, while Buildings 2 and 3 are connected by the main lobby
  • Development includes the outside area of the elevated parking structure adjacent to building A
  • Three separate four-story apartment buildings situated between two public plazas
  • Comprises 143 apartments with about 30,000 sf of retail space as well as structured and surface parking for 764 cars
  • Construction and structural system for the Project was Type 5A construction over a concrete podium
  • A free-standing parking garage for MTA was designed by another firm and shares the foundation with the building
  • Located at 31st and Madison Avenue, is a condominium tower with approximately 50-52 floors
  • The first condominium floor is 150 ft and use as little floor area as possible
  • The first basement level and the ground floor each contain medical office space and residential common area
  • Three to four additional floors between ground and first residential floor is utilized for mechanical spaces
  • The upper 46-47 floors contain residential units with maximum up to four units per floor
  • The typical residential floor plate is approximately 6,750 sf
  • The tower is estimated to rise up to approximately 790 ft above grade

Awards

  • 6sqft – Building of the Year
  • First full-service casino in Massachusetts
  • Includes a 252-key hotel, a 125,000-square-foot casino, resort-style amenities, an array of restaurants and dining options, retail, 34,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, and parking accommodations for 3,400 vehicles
  • Required the relocation of a 150-year old church, the renovation of two historic buildings, new structures, and building conversions
  • The project is located on an assemblage of land recognized by the National Register of Historic Places that was flattened by a tornado in 2013

Awards

  • ACEC/MA Engineering Excellence Awards – Gold Award
  • BD+C Reconstruction Awards – Platinum
  • Engineering News Record (ENR) New England Regional Awards – Best Hospitality Project
  • Preservation Massachusetts – Paul & Niki Tsongas Award

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  • Located at 100 South Biscayne Boulevard in Miami
  • 92-story mixed-use tower with an approximate height of 1040 feet
  • 14-story podium contains 100,000sf of retail area, a multi-level garage designed to accommodate 2,000 vehicles, a 200-key hotel and ballroom, and an amenities deck
  • 20 stories of office space followed by 56 stories of residential area rise from the podium levels below
  • Above the podium level, the tower rotates a total 60 degrees yielding varying floor plates on each subsequent level
  • One cellar level will house about 500 cars, a loading dock, and associated back-of-house spaces
  • 12-story, 150-foot-tall, commercial mixed-use building located in Chelsea, Manhattan
  • Property features landscaped terraces, an occupiable rooftop, wrap-around exterior stairs, and exposed concrete columns
  • Exterior is also clad with ribbon windows and fluted terra cotta spandrels
  • Existing 5-story parking garage was partially demolished and incorporated into the new building

Awards

  • American Council of Engineering Companies New York (ACEC NY) Engineering Excellence Awards – Platinum Award, Structural Systems
  • Concrete Industry Board (CIB) Awards – Award of Merit
  • Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute (CRSI) – Award of Merit
  • 62-story, Luxury Residential Tower located in Manhattan’s Hell’s Kitchen Neighborhood
  • Tower stands 720-feet-tall and only 75-feet-wide for an aspect ratio of 9.5:1
  • Comprises approximately 540,000 square feet with 426 residential units, 40,000 square feet of resort-class amenities, grade-level retail, and below-grade parking
  • Building’s façade artfully incorporates shifting floor plates and outdoor balconies to accomplish an undulating, cubic form
  • Building structure is comprised of cast-in-place concrete for the main elevated museum slab, load-bearing precast concrete walls that double as the façade and lateral system, and a steel-framed faceted roof slab

Awards

  • American Architecture Prize – Architectural Design Award, Tall Building Category
  • Concrete Industry Board (CIB) – Award of Merit
  • Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) – Best Tall Building, 200-299 Meters, Award of Excellence
  • Engineering News Record (ENR) New York Regional Best Projects – Award of Merit, Residential
  • Mixed-use project includes retail, housing, and serviced apartments
  • A 1,300-foot-long, steel canopy has an irregular sculptural shape, with a typical span of approximately 246 feet
  • Framed in steel, the canopy is clad in ETFE with photo-voltaic solar collectors
  • Consists of two 460-foot towers atop a podium comprised of retail and parking areas
  • Towers contain a mixture of retail, office, serviced apartment, and amenity areas
  • Total area is approximately 1,625,000sf
  • Building serves as a landmark in the city of Hangzhou
  • Plaza includes three high-rise buildings and five low-rise structures
  • Two buildings are identical 44-story, 667-foot-tall office towers with three below-grade basement levels
  • Each floor of the office towers contains approximately 26,000sf
  • Each office tower comprises a total of approximately 1,227,000sf of building area
  • Third tower is a 31-story, 326-foot-tall residence and hotel containing approximately 452,000sf building area
  • Low-rise structures include a shopping mall, a parking garage, a club house, and two retail buildings
  • Includes the redesign and construction of a new mixed-use development
  • Consists of 2 22-story residential towers, 6 levels of podium parking area, and a ground floor commercial level
  • Total estimated built-up area is approximately 592,000sf
  • A new 10-story mixed-use building comprised of retail and residential areas
  • Consists of cast-in-place concrete slabs and shear walls
  • Cobiax void formers reduce self-weight and enable long spans up to 30 feet
  • The 3.5 million sf development consists of a large-scale outlet shopping mall, apartment buildings, and a hotel building
  • The luxury resort/hotel project includes four, six-story tower wings transferred on a large ground floor slab structure
  • Ground floor amenities include a business center, health club, dining destinations, swimming pool and landscape areas
  • The development measures 1,500,000sf
  • A 1.9 million sf expansion to an existing mall
  • The project will enhance the West, Central and East Courts in the original mall
  • The existing roof will be raised at the Grand Hall transition to the New Mall Expansion
  • Skylights will be replaced throughout the original mall and new guardrails will be featured throughout all concourses in the original mall and existing expansion
  • There will  be a new water feature on the first floor of the Grand Hall Court

Awards

  • Engineering News Record (ENR) California Regional Best Projects -Office/Retail/Mixed-Use Best Project
  • American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) San Francisco Awards – Special Innovation Award

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  • A 46-story, 600-foot tall skyscraper, one of the most striking office towers in midtown Manhattan
  • Severe winds, site restrictions, and a small wedge shaped floor plate create a challanging design
  • A wind resisting system is created, consisting of a bundled, braced core coupled with an exterior tube frame
  • A hat truss at the top of the building significantly reduces costs
  • This allows the structure to be constructed for less than the original cost estimates
  • The podium comprises a large relail complex
  • A 475,000 sf retail center on Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn
  • Includes a 285,000 sf, 3-level retail component and a 5-story parking garage accommodating 500 cars
  • Target is the anchor tenant, occupying 120,000 sf of the structure_s first three floors
  • Also includes a basement level that contains the mechanical systems
  • Awards:
    Brooklyn of Chamber – Building Brooklyn Award 2009
  • A 100,000 sf retail complex located in the College Point section of Queens
  • Accommodates three primary tenants: Old Navy, Modell_s and Babies R_ Us
  • The building_s foundation is supported on piles
  • The ground floor structure consists of concrete planks supported by grade beams resting on pile caps
  • The atypical slab structure is designed to handle the site_s poor soil conditions
  • The building employs typical big box retail consisting of structural steel framing sheathed in a reinforced concrete block skin
  • The roof consists of open web joists with steel deck
  • A 30-story mixed-use complex, the second of two projects at the Lincoln Square in Manhattan
  • Consists of a 4-story, podium building and 26-story tower
  • The podium is a steel and concrete structure that houses retail functions
  • The tower is a steel structure that houses luxury residential units
  • 8,000 psi concrete is utilized, as well as composite steel and concrete transfer beams to pick-up tower columns above the retail space
  • Fast-tracked, with the structure topping out in less than seven months
  • A 900,000 sf retail outlet center located in Staten Island, New York
  • Includes retail, hotel and required parking
  • The 300,000 sf retail buildings are one to two stories
  • The 127,000 sf hotel adjacent to Richmond Terrace is the only tall building
  • Also includes three structured parking levels with one on grade level
  • Located along the coastline of the Al Mahboula Area just south of Kuwait City
  • Envisioned as the premiere food and beverage destination for Kuwaiti Nationals and expats alike
  • The building is a concrete structure with the rectangular above ground and roof level connecting via a steel truss pedestrian bridge
  • Contains one full basement level, a second partial basement, a landscaped Ground level, one above grade floor and a roof
  • Includes long span steel canopies supported by minimal columns to provide a column free outside pedestrian area
  • The project totals 278,000 sf
  • The demolition, renovation and new construction to an existing 1950_s mall
  • The existing 392,000 sf of retail space is updated and 278,000 sf of retail space are added of new retail spaces
  • 30,000 sf of academic space for Western Career College is also added
  • Renovation and conversion of five 10 to 12 story former manufacturing and printing buildings that were built in the early 19th century
  • Creates new office and retail space, totaling over 500,000 sf
  • Involved the relocation of elevator cores, stairs, new roof top terraces, new MEP systems, and reconfiguration of the street level floors for retail use
  • A 1.8 million sf project in downtown Brooklyn designed and constructed in 2 phases
  • Contains retail, office, and residential space
  • Phase 1, located on the south-end of the site adjacent to the subway tunnel under Fulton Street, creates a 4-story, 50,000sf retail center
  • Phase 2 adds an additional 660,000sf of retail and office space, a 30-story, 225,000sf residential tower that contains affordable housing, and a 42-story, 335,000sf residential tower that contains market-rate housing

Awards

  • Urban Land Institute (ULI) Awards – Finalist, Excellence in Mixed Use Development
  • Located on Site 18B at the southern tip of Battery Park City, adjacent to Tear Drop Park
  • A 24-story, 299,000 sf residential tower
  • Offers 253 condominium units plus retail stores and fitness facilities
  • The first privately financed large-scale residential project undertaken in the downtown area since the collapse of the World Trade Center
  • The first to achieve a LEED Platinum rating in Battery Park City
  • Awards:
    New York Construction Awards – Best of 2006
  • A mixed-use complex located in the heart of Georgetown
  • Contains parking, a 14-screen Lowes Theater venue, residential, hotel, and retail functions
  • Designed around the adaptive-reuse of a historic 1930s incinerator, which was renovated as part of the project
  • The design posed several structural challenges
  • The mixed-use program required differing column grids
  • Transfers are located over the basement level theaters to accommodate load shifts
  • The sharply sloping site required extensive use of rock bolting and drilled soldier piles
  • The building extends many floors below ground to gain more usable space, which further complicated the foundation solution
  • Awards:
    American Architecture Award, National Design Award 2008
    AIA New York State – Award of Merit, Citation for Design 2004
    AIA Washington DC – Award of Excellence 2003
    BSA – Citation for Design, Housing Design Award 2004
    Gold Key Award – Finalist, Best Hotel Interior Design 2004
    National Commercial Builders Council – Award of Excellence 2004
    Washington Building Congress – Craftsmanship Award 2003
    Washington Building Congress – Mixed-Use Project of the Year 2001
    Washington Building Congress – Craftsmanship Award, Sitework Category for Excavation and Underpinning 2001
  • Provides 1,600 guestrooms
  • Three distinct hotel buildings are on the site
  • Two buildings are renovated and one is demolished and replaced with a new 700-room, serpentine shaped guestroom building
  • A signature arrival building of approximately fifty-thousand square feet welcomes guests to the hotel complex
  • Reef Village is the product of a renovation and alteration of the old Grand Bahama Beach Hotel
  • The old Lucayan Beach Hotel is now the convention center hotel with the existing casino converted into ballroom space
  • Numerous site buildings and structures are provided including four site restaurants and bars, a 40-foot tall sugar mill with a giant spiral water slide
  • Also provided is an elevated aqueduct, a complex shaped building designed to entertain children, a central services building, landscape maintenance and security buildings
  • Faces Boston Commons and spans two city blocks in downtown Boston
  • The 3.4-acre site provides approximately 1.8 million sf of usable space
  • Brings together an exciting hub for shopping, entertainment, fitness and residential living in one development
  • Features a 300-room five-star hotel, a state-of-the-art Loews Theatre multiplex, a Reebok Sports Club and spa facility, retail space, 350 luxury condominiums, 125 corporate apartments and parking spaces
  • The diversity of programs within the complex requires creative structural solutions to accommodate varying column grid and clearance requirements

Awards

  • Brick in Architecture Awards – Best in Class
  • A 40-story mixed-use structure located just off Union Square in the heart of San Francisco
  • Contains a five-star hotel with 277 guest rooms and 142 luxury condominiums
  • The podium level houses both retail and parking
  • The building is located along a major fault line in one of the highest category seismic zones in the United States
  • The innovative and irregular structure raised many engineering challenges
  • DeSimone performed a dynamic analysis on the structure as a whole, as well as its subsections
  • Non-linear viscous dampers are used to limit wind impact
  • A limit state design approach is utilized to resist seismic forces associated with a Maximum Credible Seismic Event
  • Awards:
    NASC – Gold Award 2002
  • Includes the seismic upgrade for the un-reinforced four-story masonry retail building
  • Design includes implementing shotcrete walls and frames and placing new concrete floor diaphragms over the existing wood floors
  • Existing columns and walls are removed from tenant spaces to maximize the usable floor plates
  • The building’s current main tenant is XXI Forever
  • Located adjacent to the Boston Public Garden in historic Park Plaza
  • A 20-story residential building containing three below grade parking levels, a ground floor plaza and retail level, and 231 condominium units on 17 floors
  • The building’s 550,000 sf provides for 94,000 sf of parking garage and 466,000 sf of residential space
  • Parking consists of cast-in-place foundation wall constructed using conventional methods, a mat slab foundation system and concrete columns and slabs
  • The building superstructure is concrete framed with a primary transfer slab at the third floor
  • Two secondary transfer slabs at floors 9 and 16 accommodate column setbacks
  • Awards:
    IMI Team Connecticut – IMI New England Regional Golden Trowel Award, Residential Category (Commercial Projects) 2008
  • Situated on four non-adjacent sites located between East Second Street, Stanton Street, the Bowery and Chrystie Street in New York City
  • A prototype project, which is the result of an innovative collaboration between state, city, non-profit and private organizations
  • Contains over 750,000 sf of residential, retail and parking facilities
  • Phase I, the main building, is a 14-story structure that provides a residential component, the Chinatown YMCA community/athletic center and 85,000 sf of retail space
  • The additional three buildings are smaller and contain a variety of residential types, divided between luxury and middle-income units
  • The complex contains 708 apartments
  • Awards:
    McGraw Hill Construction (New York Construction) – Top Projects of 2005-2006
  • A 14-story residential buiding housing 104 residential units with a landscaped courtyard and ground floor retail
  • Street façades are composed entirely of glass to take advantage of river and city views
  • The building construction is composed of reinforced flat plate slabs with columns and shear walls, to resist wind and seismic loads
  • The building is supported on a pile foundation
  • The high water table and 100-year flood requirements at the site required the cellar slab and foundation walls be designed to resist hydrostatic pressure
  • Awards:
    Boston Society of Architects – Design Excellence 2006
  • A four-story, 350,000 sf complex
  • Accommodates a variety of retail and entertainment functions
  • Includes space for large volume retailers, theme stores, small local merchants, indoor restaurants, outdoor cafes, and virtual reality attractions
  • Also contains a performance hall, and a 16-theater Sony cinema with IMAX theater
  • Constructed on top of an underground conference hall, the structure utilizes 140 foot long clear span plate girders
  • The lateral force resisting system ties into and transfers forces to the existing structure
  • The project is designed to meet California’s Zone 4 Seismic Requirements
  • Awards:
    AIA – Award of Merit 2000
  • A new mixed-use development situated on the high-profile corner of Houston and Bowery in Manhattan’s East Village
  • The project is designed and constructed in two phases
  • Phase I includes a nine-story 246,000 sf building along Houston Street
  • Phase II creates an additional 128,000 sf of residential, retail and parking space on East First Street directly north of Phase I
  • Located on a 14-acre brownfield site in downtown Flushing, Queens
  • A 3,300,000 sf mixed-use complex including 1,200 residential apartments, and more than 900,000 sf of retail and parking
  • Combines a full-block, three level retail base with residential units located above
  • The six 11-story condominium towers sit 70 feet above street level and are situated around the perimeter of an elevated park
  • The residential buildings feature a mix of apartments
  • Podium levels are framed using structural steel, while the towers above are concrete clad in glass panel wall
  • Awards:
    New York Construction – Top Project for 2008
  • Located west of Tenth Avenue on two parcels of land between 51st and 53rd Streets in New York City
  • Consists of two 25-story residential towers
  • Bordering the North Tower ot the East are a four-story theater and retail facility including a three-story condominium structure above
  • Consists of approximately 677,000 sf of new concrete construction built on top of a platform spanning over two existing Amtrak rail lines
  • The project is LEED Certified and blends the benefits of a green complex with the amenities of luxury rental apartments, while keeping the overall cost low
  • The site includes over 13,000 sf of landscaped outdoor space accessible to the public
  • Awards:
    ACEC New York – Platinum Award, Structural System 2007
    New York Construction – Top Projects of 2006-2007
    New York Construction – Best of 2007
    Residential Magazine – Green Building Award, New York Development 2007
  • A dynamic showcase for the home and hospitality contract furnishings industry in Las Vegas, Nevada
  • The building totals 100,000 sf
  • A 15-story commercial building adding 2.1 million sf to the existing World Market Center
  • Building C is the largest and most diversified showroom structure on the 12 million sf home furnishings campus
  • Each level offers an open, easy to walk floor plan with optimum racetrack circulation as well as sky bridges that connect to other buildings

Awards

  • American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) Ideas2 Awards – National Recognition
  • Located in East Village, New York
  • The third of a four building complex in the area
  • Contains 128,000 sf of residential, retail and parking facilities
  • A 765,000 sf mixed-use development a State Street in Connecticut
  • Revitalizes a 1.5 acre site directly across from the State Street train station near the New Haven Green
  • Consists of a six-story podium housing retail, daycare, parking, and a 26-story tower containing 500 apartments.
  • 10% of the tower is designated for affordable housing
  • Awards:
    New York Construction – Top Project of the Year 2009
  • Located on 47th Street in the heart of the Diamond District in New York City
  • An iconic 35-story office building designed specifically for the global diamond, gem, metals, and jewelry trade
  • Hosts retail space, an auction house, a gemological museum, conference center, and restaurants in the five-story podium structure
  • The rest of the tower above is devoted to commercial and office space
  • Three cellar levels contain secure space, shipping facilities, fitness center, and tenant parking

Awards

  • American Council of Engineering Companies New York (ACEC NY) – Gold Award, Structural Systems
  • American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) Ideas2 Awards – National Certificate of Recognition
  • Concrete Industry Board (CIB) Awards – Award of Merit, Out of Area
  • Located in Weehawken, New Jersey
  • A 525,000 sf, mixed-use commercial building containing nine stories
  • The first phase of the project addresses 230,000 sf
  • Contains parking, retail space and a partial roof garden
  • Also includes a vehicular bridge at level three, which links the building to transit parking to the north
  • Phase II involves floors six through ten, and accommodates a sport hotel and condominium units
  • Located on Yas Island, Abu Dhabi
  • A retail destination of international significance
  • Complemented by themed attractions including resort hotels, marinas, waterfront restaurants, golf courses, residential property and beach clubs
  • Exhibition halls, parkland areas and the F1 Yas Marina Circuit Race Track also surround the mall
  • Awards:
    ENR Global, Best Projects – Retail/Mixed-Use Developments 2016
  • Located on Parcel A and B on Pier 1 in Brooklyn Bridge Park in Brooklyn, New York
  • The 750,000 sf project consists of a 10 story mixed-use hotel and condominium complex with one cellar
  • The superstructure consist of cast-in-place concrete and is supported on piles
  • Amenties include two fitness centers, a yoga studio, various lounges, a restaurant and bar, a swimming pool, and a screening room
  • The project seeks LEED Silver Certification

Awards

  • AHEAD Hospitality Awards – Best Urban Hotel, Newbuild
  • Located between Second and Third Avenues in New York
  • A 65-story tower containing 475,000 sf of residential floor area and 75,000 sf of retail space
  • Consists of 93 condos atop 173 rentals, and retail space
  • “Sky Garden” and amenities are located on floors 27 and 43
  • Mechanical spaces occupy top floors of the building
  • Located in Union, New Jersey
  • A new five-story, 100,000 sf facility housing a Barnes and Noble branch on the ground floor
  • Houses various academic classrooms and department offices during the academic year
  • The spaces are designed to be used as conference space when classes are not in session
  • Also houses, the School of Design, including administrative offices and studio space
  • The roof accommodates outdoor event space, in addition to necessary mechanical support equipment

Awards

  • American Institute of Architects (AIA) Newark & Suburban Chapter Awards – Gold Prize
  • Engineering New Record (ENR) Best Project Awards – Winner, Safety Category
  • New Jersey Concrete and Aggregate Association (NJCAA) – Gold Prize, Educational Development
  • Located on an entire city block in Flushing, New York
  • A 1.98 million sf mixed-use project
  • Consists of residential condominiums, retail space, offices, an YMCA, an open plaza area, and parking
  • Located on a 3-acre site in Staten Island, New York
  • Formerly the home of a Coast Guard base and lighthouse, turned into a dynamic civic hub
  • Contains 100 residential units, a hotel, a diverse mix of retail shops and restaurants, a large public open space, and parking

Awards

  • New York City Design Awards – Excellence in Design