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Articles about "SHoP Architects"

  • Brooklyn’s Future Tallest Tower By Helen Olivo | March 21, 2016

    Brooklyn’s skyline is about to see some big changes with its tallest luxury tower ever.

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  • The Rise of the Supertall Residential Tower By Serena Horrigan | January 07, 2016

    The trend of the supertall tower has become a race for architects and developers to design the tallest, and skinniest, luxe residential towers on the market.

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  • NYC mulls over wooden skyscrapers amid experimentation overseas By Stephanie Lovelle | December 08, 2015

    A skyscraper made entirely of wood may appear to be impossible but as architectural groups dare to defy the odds, NYC opens up to the possibilities.

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  • With Years Under Their Belt, SHoP Architects Continues to Redefine NYC Architecture By Stephanie Lovelle | October 12, 2015

    We all have opinions on what qualifies as great architecture but as SHoP Architects continues to push the limits of new development, the idea of great architecture continues to evolve.

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  • Brooklyn's Domino Sugar Development a Done Deal By Tasha Moore | June 19, 2014

    After years of fierce negotiations, New York City bureaucrats and Two Trees Management Co. LLC have reached a deal over what to do with Brooklyn's Domino Sugar Refinery locale—the soon-to-be defunct pinnacle of Brooklyn's rapidly diminishing rotting architecture enclave.   

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  • Manhattan's Pier 17 Makeover is Full Speed Ahead…Sort Of By Tasha Moore | June 09, 2014

    Ever since Hurricane Sandy carved up Manhattan's East River Esplanade, South Street Seaport has looked much less like the bustling town center it was constructed to be when it opened in 1983. The New Market Building that housed the Fulton Fish market suffered irreparable devastation. Plans for necessary renovation commenced immediately after the 2012 superstorm.

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  • NYC’s Most Innovative According to Fast Company By Stephanie Fujihashi | February 12, 2014

    Fast Company’s annual compilation featuring The World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies came out yesterday, and 6 of these companies are here in NYC.

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  • Extell Switches up Its Strategy: One57 Listings Now Public By Stephanie Fujihashi | February 10, 2014

    Heads up, millionaires and real estate investors: One57, one of the many luxury high-rises in Midtown North, is now listing their units publicly.

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  • $1.1 Billion Expansion Plans For The Lower East Side By Bryan Gamble | December 24, 2013

    The city announced a $1.1 billion expansion plan on a large piece of land in the Lower East Side, along Essex and Delancey Streets. With the Lower East Side seeing a burst of new businesses, restaurants, and plans for a Low Line park in the talks, the gentrification of the Lower East Side in the past few years has been consistent. The announcement was made after close to 50 years since public housing that once stood on the Seward Park Urban Renewal Area (SPURA) was demolished.

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  • Surprise! Williamsburg Activists Release Alternative Renderings for Domino Site By Bryan Gamble | November 27, 2013

    In an unexpected and slightly bemusing twist, a new rendering for the Domino Sugar Factory site has been made public. The alternative rendering, released by the Holm Arcitecture Office (HAO) with support from community activists, is a far-cry from SHoP’s renderings in that it repurposes the entire site into a center for the arts and public space rather than new residential and office space. 

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