New York Build Networking


  • Construction activity is underway at  519 West 29th Street in  Chelsea, where a ten-story residential building is set to rise.
  • “The Department of Buildings has approved a permit for the demolition of the existing building,” a spokesperson for  AWH Partners, the owner of  88 Schermerhorn St., told the Brooklyn Eagle.
  • Georgetown Company is planning to build a 1.1-million-square-foot office building in the Hudson Yards neighborhood on a waterfront site that the company has owned for over 50 years.
  • Work is now complete on Hudson Commons, a mixed-use commercial office at  441 Ninth Avenue in  Midtown West.
  • Starting from a 19th century grand mansion in the historic neighborhood of Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, New York, Arnold Studio transformed the mansion’s interiors into a modern residence. 
  • An angular platform protruding from the 100th floor of  Kohn Pedersen Fox's Hudson Yards skyscraper is the "highest outdoor sky deck" in the western hemisphere.
  • Passive house high-rises provide cleaner air, lower utility costs, and an affordable option for tenants
  • One of Hudson Yard's newest construction projects continues to rise as part of the 28-acre plan for the surrounding area. 
  • Decreasing a building’s energy demand is one thing. A Brooklyn startup thinks owners can get more value out of their on-site energy assets.
  • Taking over the role of President of New York City Transit during the interim, Sarah Feinberg discusses her time at MTA and her support for hiring 500 more MTA police officers.
  • With continued investment from the public and private sectors in new buildings in Upstate New York, Gilbane Building Co. are optimistic about the construction market.
  • With more women choosing to work in the architecture and real estate industry, read about ten influential women leading the way for their peers. 
  • Photos from the elevated Marcy Avenue subway station and from street level show the white terracotta façade nearly complete, with work mostly concentrated on the western elevation.
  • Skytop is part of the building's 40,000sq ft (3,700sq m) of wellness, entertaining and leisure amenities and is located in the cloverleaf-shaped curves of the building’s crown.
  • The de Blasio administration is turning to luxury buildings in its search to find homes for the city’s staggering homeless population. 
  • The Paint Project visited the site on February 15, 2019. Construction crews had set up trailers adjacent to the Pavilion.
  • Denizen stands eight stories tall with a brick facade punctured by deeply recessed windows and diagonal bracing.
  • “The strong alignment between the real estate, community, and construction entities involved in this project enabled us to meet this milestone well in advance of schedule.” 
  • The building was developed in a joint venture between Brookfield Properties and Park Tower Group, the master planner for Greenpoint Landing, a 22-acre master-planned development.
  • Governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, has said the redevelopment of the Javits Center, will be ‘substantially complete’ by March 2021 and is ‘another milestone in our redevelopment of New York’.


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