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Falcon Pacific Builders completes renovation of 83 Maiden Ln. lobby

New York, NY Falcon Pacific Builders, LLC, completed lobby renovations at 83 Maiden Ln. The 180,000 s/f property is managed and leased by Helmsley Spear, LLC, and the property is owned by AHRC New York City. The

Cesario joins Holt Construction as director

New York, NY According to Holt Construction, the firm has hired Christopher Cesario as director. A corporate executive with more than 34 years of experience in the business and construction fields, he will lead Holt’s

STO Building Group releases STO Building Conversations: The COVID-19 Series

New York, NY STO Building Group’s podcast, STO Building Conversations, has published a miniseries focused on the impact of COVID-19 in construction, and how the pandemic will continue to shape the future of the AEC

Simone Health: Healthcare ideals affect hospital construction

Bronx, NY In the past years, there have been numerous changes in the way the healthcare industry operates ranging from consolidation of hospitals to emerging technology trends. To expand on this idea, medical real estate developers, Simone Health, discusses how shifting healthcare ideals are affecting hospital construction. Patient-Centric Model: Shifting healthcare ideals have brought to the table a patient-centric model that has become increasingly preferred.

Landsea Homes, DNA Dev. and Morris Adjmi Arch. top out Förena

Manhattan, NY Landsea Homes, in partnership with DNA Development, a privately held real estate investment and development company, has officially topped off at Förena, their 12-story boutique condominium development designed by Morris Adjmi Architects located at 540 Sixth Ave. The developers recently came together with the Eklund|Gomes team and Douglas Elliman Development Marketing, the exclusive sales and marketing agent for Förena

Page & Turnbull is preserving historic landmarks while creating universal access

New York, NY This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, better known as the ADA, a landmark civil rights law protecting people with disabilities from discrimination and providing for equal access. According to architects at Page & Turnbull, early opposition by preservation advocates to the ADA’s impact on historic buildings has evolved into a success story of architectural improvements—and even a shift in attitude—that makes our cultural resources more available to everyone.

Renaissance Props. reports surge in pre-war office space interest

New York, NY As business owners begin to bring their workforces back into the office, landlords and tenant reps are reporting a surge of interest in pre-war office space. Citing concerns over open floor plans, ventilation and lobby flow, office tenants are now

100-unit Saint Marks Place tops out; design by INC Architecture, developed by Avdoo & Partners

Brooklyn, NY Avdoo & Partners Development celebrated the topping out of Saint Marks Place, a 100-residence condominium project in the Boerum Hill neighborhood. With a comprehensive design vision by INC Architecture & Design, a series of

Property of the Month: The iconic 21 Clark St. re-opens as The Watermark at Brooklyn Heights luxury senior community

Brooklyn, NY The Watermark at Brooklyn Heights, New York City’s first new luxury retirement community to open in 20 years and the borough’s first ever, has welcomed its first independent living lifestyle members. This

Executive of the Month: Yale Stogel helping connect clients with engineering, inspection, and testing in NYC

New York, NY Yale Stogel, SVP of business development at Alan Margolin & Associates (AMAA), has focused his career on pursuing strategic opportunities and establishing client relationships with the goal of growing and expanding the organization.