Harshad is a Director in the architecture studio at Fogarty Finger and a seasoned professional with a decade dedicated to the growth of the firm. Leading a dynamic team of twenty architects, he specializes in the conceptualization and execution of large-scale projects in the multifamily, commercial, and adaptive reuse sectors in New York and Jersey City.
Harshad’s portfolio covers 4 million square feet of multi-family residential projects and 1 million square feet of Class A commercial projects. Currently Harshad’s team is overseeing construction of 2 million square feet of mixed-use projects including 1,300 residential units across five projects in the recently rezoned Gowanus neighborhood in Brooklyn. Among these projects is 300 Nevins, a 600-unit waterfront development on a two-acre lot designed as part of the Waterfront Access Plan.
Other notable current projects include two 35-story mixed-use towers in Long Island City and Downtown Brooklyn; Astoria Cove, a 490-unit 600,000 square foot mixed-use waterfront project; and an adaptive reuse luxury condominium building in the theater district of Manhattan. Recently completed projects include The Dime in Williamsburg, an iconic 345,000 square foot mixed-use project and NOVA, an 85-unit condominium project in Long Island City.
Harshad, along with the firm's Co-Founder Chris Fogarty, is one of two architects on the REBNY committee reviewing New York City Department of City Planning’s transformative City of Yes for Housing proposal.