Design / Build

SCO celebrates opening of its 30,000 s/f Spacesmith-designed Genovese Family Life Center

Queens, NY SCO Family of Services celebrated the reopening of its Genovese Family Life Center in Jamaica. Keith Little, SCO president and CEO, along with Queens Borough president Donovan Richards welcomed SCO’s clients, staff, and supporters into the new building.

Eastman Cooke to build four Manhattan clinics for URvet Care

New York, NY Eastman Cooke & Associates has been retained by veterinary practice URvet Care to build four all-in-one healthcare facilities in Manhattan providing primary, dental, oncology, surgical, pharmacy, and 24-hour urgent care services at each unit.

HLW designs Fordham’s 29,500 s/f Father McShane Student Center

New York, NY HLW completed the design and development of Fordham University’s Father McShane Student Center. The addition features a lower-level, fitness center (double the size of current facility); a 9,000 s/f student lounge; expanded administrative offices; and a large, versatile events space.

Lendlease breaks ground on Northwell Health’s Medical Pavilion

New York, NY Lendlease, Ennead and Ewing Cole, Northwell Health and local leaders broke ground on the Northwell Medical Pavilion at Third Ave. and E. 77th St. This outpatient care facility will be anchored by innovative cancer care programs led by the Northwell Health Cancer Institute, and also include neuroscience services and cardiac care among a host of other medical specialties.

Skanska selected for two MTA projects $200 million Flushing Line improvements and $113 million 17 new escalators

New York, NY Skanska has been awarded two Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) projects totaling over $313 million. Skanska and its joint venture partner, N.J.-based Railroad Construction Co. have been selected by the MTA to make improvements on the Flushing Line for $200 million. AECOM serves as the project’s engineer.

STUDIO V’s 1,400-unit Halletts North waterfront development approved by NYC council - to include 335 affordable residences

New York, NY STUDIO V received city council approval for their design for a project on the NYC waterfront, Halletts North. The 1,400-unit residential development comprises three mixed-use towers on the Halletts Peninsula in Astoria, Queens and includes 335 permanently affordable residences, a public waterfront park, 21,500 s/f for community facilities, and a 525-space parking garage. The public spaces and park were designed in collaboration with landscape architect Ken Smith Workshop.

Rose Equities and Garden Communities propose mixed-use rental community in Harrison

Harrison, NY Two family-owned real estate companies presented plans to the Harrison Planning Board to transform a shuttered hotel site into a residential mixed-use community. Renaissance Harrison is the proposed transformation of the 28 acre-former Renaissance Westchester Hotel site into a residential community, including retail and cultural venues available to the public.

Stander joins Denham Wolf Real Estate Services as senior project manager

New York, NY Jessica Stander has joined Denham Wolf Real Estate Services’ (Denham Wolf) project management services department as a senior project manager. With a background in the field of architecture and 20 years of design and capital project management experience, Stander brings a tactful and creative approach to all aspects of her work.

ODA unveils new renderings for The Harper, condo building by IGI

New York, NY Designers have unveiled a first look and initial details of The Harper, a new 21-story condominium building conceptualized inside and out by architectural practice ODA. Located at 310 86th St., and developed by IGI,

The Doe Fund and Bolivar Development open $71.6 million Tiffany Court Plaza

Bronx, NY The Doe Fund has received a Temporary Certificate of Occupancy for its newest residence, 980 Westchester Ave. The $71.6 million joint venture with Bolivar Development brings 151 new affordable and supportive units to the Foxhurst neighborhood.