Our products are used in a large variety of applications, project types and sizes, including office towers, residential complexes, hotels and mixed-use buildings including many of New York City’s largest and iconic.
Gogleplex @ 550 Washington Street Google’s 1.3 million-square-foot office in Hudson Square. Designed by COOKFOX Architects and developed by Oxford Properties, the facility will join two other nearby structures at 315 Hudson Street and 345 Hudson Street to form a 1.7 million-square-foot hub dubbed the “Googleplex.”
425 Grand Concourse is the largest Passive House project planned for North America to date. This new mixed-use and mixed-income development will create 277 units of affordable housing. The two-story base will house a medical facility, supermarket, community support space, and a new student services center for CUNY Hostos—each also designed by Dattner Architects.
Designed by architect Zaha Hadid, the 520 W 28th building was her only residential building in New York and one of her last projects before her death. The building is located along the High Line.
842 Sixth Avenue in NoMad is the world’s tallest modular hotel and is designed by Danny Forster & Architecture. The 26-story building will house the AC NoMad Hotel by Marriott International and will eclipse the Lower East Side’s citizenM New York Bowery Hotel, the current record holder. Concord Hospitality is the developer of the 100,000-square-foot project, which will contain 168 guest rooms, terraces, and a rooftop bar.
100 Willoughby is a residential high-rise building in Downtown Brooklyn, New York City. It has 826 units over 57 floors. When it topped out in July 2015 it became the tallest building in Brooklyn.
South Street Seaport Pier 17 is New York’s original commercial hub, located on the East River in Lower Manhattan with unparalleled views of the Brooklyn Bridge, the Statue of Liberty and the city skyline. An essential part of the city for over 300 years, the pier will continue to function as a community anchor and “port of discovery” for the rapidly growing population of Lower Manhattan.
1 Manhattan West Hudson Yards was designed by Architect Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. A 5,400,000-square-foot mixed-use development by Brookfield Properties, the project was built as part of the Hudson Yards Redevelopment which extends from the west of Pennsylvania Station to the Hudson River. The project consists of two large office towers and two smaller residential towers, as well as a 1.5-acre public park. The towers are being built on a platform over Penn Station storage tracks along Ninth Avenue. The buildings are close to the Hudson Yards mega-development to the west across Tenth Avenue. Upon its completion, the taller west tower will extend 995 feet (303 m) up to its roof and will be one of the tallest buildings in New York City.
1185 Broadway, The Ritz-Carlton designed by Rafael Viñoly architects in New York and is located in NoMad (North of Madison Square Park) adjacent to the 28th Street Flower District in a newly expanding hub for creative and technology firms in New York City. The new Ritz-Carlton soars to 38 stories and over 500 feet above grade, with high-end guestrooms, residences, and amenities.
432 Park Avenue is the tallest residential tower in the western hemisphere. Designed by Rafael Viñoly Architects and rising 1,396 feet, the project is a residential skyscraper located at 57th Street and Park Avenue in Midtown Manhattan overlooking Central Park. Architectural Digest named 432 Park Avenues one of thirteen buildings that have redefined architecture in the past five years.
The World Trade Center Memorial located at the World Trade Center site is the former location of the Twin Towers. A memorial was planned in the immediate aftermath of the attacks for the victims and those involved in rescue and recovery operations. The winner of the World Trade Center Site Memorial Competition was Israeli-American architect Michael Arad of Handel Architects. We are proud to be a part of this historic monument that honors all the the victims and heroic men and women of the FDNY, NYPD, and all the first responders.