A residential complex, Eagle + West, lies at the intersection of the Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens boroughs in NYC’s Greenpoint neighborhood. It commands attention with its distinct cantilevered form comprised of two towers, designed as “complementary siblings.”
In December 2022, New York City Mayor Eric Adams launched a new visioning program for Fifth Avenue—from Bryant Park at 42nd Street to Central Park at 59th Street—to transform it into a pedestrian-friendly hub, following the success of the holiday season Open Streets program.
An award-winning senior housing in New York City’s Mott Haven neighborhood in Bronx shaped zoning laws to allow greater mass, height, and street-level articulation. The design also made use of materials to integrate with the historical architectural context.
50 Hudson Yards, a 78-story office tower covering an entire block in Manhattan’s West Side Hudson Yards neighborhood, is designed as a distinctive piece of the city, mindfully sitting within New York’s urban grid to maximize ease of movement and private access.
Williamsburg Bridge is set to undergo a revitalization aimed at improving traffic flow across the major East River crossing between Brooklyn and Manhattan. Global construction and development firm, Skanska USA, will lead the $167 million overhaul.
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