• New York Wheel
    New York Wheel
    New York Wheel promises to become one of the city's - and the world's - great landmark attractions, located in St. George on the New York Harbor.
  • 10 Huron Street
    10 Huron Street
    Northern Greenpoint has construction on every corner, but the biggest new building headed to the formerly quaint waterfront neighborhood is a 39-story tower at 145-155 West Street, once home to the Huxley Envelope factory. Mack Real Estate and Palin Enterprises demolished the large single-story building in January, and now they’re driving piles for the planned 392-foot-tall high rise between Huron and India Streets on the East River.
  • WTC 4
    WTC 4
    After years of delays caused by economic downturn and contractual disagreements between ownership and the Port Authority, WTC Tower 4 is finally moving forward at a steady pace and showing itself as part of the New York City skyline. The 64 story building has a scheduled completion date of 2013. The building will be comprised of office space, core toilets and an intricate back of house system.
  • Fiterman Hall
    Fiterman Hall
    Fiterman Hall, located at 30 West Broadway between Barclay and Park Place, was damaged in the September 11, 2001, attack on the World Trade Center (WTC) when falling debris from 7 World Trade Center left it with significant damage in its south fa?ade. The 15-story building, constructed as an office building in the 1950s, had served as an extension of the 199 Chambers Street campus of the Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC) since 1993. Hunter Roberts.
  • Javits Center Renovation
    Javits Center Renovation
    When completed in October 2013, the $463 million project will transform the drab and dilapidated complex into a light-filled, energy efficient structure while adding 110,000-sq.-ft. of exhibit and support space. The Javits Center, opened in 1986, is New York City’s primary venue for large conventions, exhibitions and trade shows housing 760,000-sq.-ft. of convention space. Annual attendance exceeds 1 million visitors. Tishman Construction.
  • Park Central Hotel
    Park Central Hotel
    870 7th Ave, New York
  • Gracie Mansion
    Gracie Mansion
    88 E End Ave New York
  • Fordham University
    Fordham University
    A private, nonprofit, coeducational research university based in NYC. It was founded by the Catholic Diocese of NY in 1841. Fordham’s academic ideals are drawn from its Jesuit influences.
  • St. Regis Hotel
    St. Regis Hotel
    Featuring dramatically renovated and redesigned guestrooms, suites, and public spaces along with the debut of the new King Cole Bar & Salon under renowned New York chef and restaurateur, John DeLucie, The St. Regis New York has unveiled a bold new era of glamour. The new guestrooms feature chic, textured fabric walls and marble tiled entryways, rich color schemes with bold accent colors, sumptuous fabrics and luxe leather details, custom furnishings and state of the art technologies.
  • NYU Brittany Hall
    NYU Brittany Hall
    55 East 10th Street New York
  • NY Palace Hotel
    NY Palace Hotel
    455 Madison Ave New York
  • Novotel Hotel
    Novotel Hotel
    226 West 52nd Street, New York
  • New York Athletic Club
    New York Athletic Club
    180 Central Park S., New York Founded in 1868, the New York Athletic Club can boast of a unique history. The Club's founding premise was to bring structure to a sporting environment that was lacking in organization and uniformity of measurement. Quickly, the NYAC organized the first US championships in boxing, wrestling and outdoor track and field. Today, the New York City Club House stands in tribute to an unmatched athletic history and their on-going commitment to the pursuit of sporting excellence.
  • The Harvard Club
    The Harvard Club
    27 W 44th St., New York
  • UN Millennium Hotel
    UN Millennium Hotel
    One United Nations Plaza
  • Morgan Hotel
    Morgan Hotel
    237 Madison Ave, New York
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