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“Biophilic Design: The Architecture of Life” – It’s a journey worth taking - by Steven Schleider

We did not coin the headline of this article. It’s the title of a brilliant documentary about the relationship between the natural world and built environment; how deprivation from being around nature negatively affects us; and how being around nature is beneficial to our health, state of mind and productivity. 

Landsea Homes and DNA Development break ground on 12-story, mixed-use development at 540 Sixth Ave.

Manhattan, NY Landsea Homes, in partnership with DNA Development, officially broke ground on their 12-story, mixed-use development at 540 Sixth Ave., at the northeast corner of 14th St. and 6th Ave.

Property of the Month: Ryan Soames Engineering delivers comprehensive MEP services for Hutong Restaurant renovation

Manhattan, NY Ryan Soames Engineering celebrated the completion of the Hutong Restaurant. The firm delivered comprehensive MEP engineering services on the 16,000 s/f space inside the Bloomberg Building at 731 Lexington Ave. The innovative engineering

Elms Realty to redevelop Long Island City property into Urban Yard, five-building complex with office and retail

Queens, NY According to Newmark Knight Frank, (NKF) it has been retained to represent Elms Realty for Urban Yard in Long Island City, a large-scale redevelopment project. The first phase of the renovation will be 40-09 21st St., an 87,000 s/f

Asian Americans for Equality celebrates ground breaking for East Village Homes – $28.5 million

Manhattan, NY Asian Americans for Equality (AAFE) was joined by city council members Carlina Rivera and Margaret Chin, officials with the NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) and NYC Housing Development Corp.

Kemper System America introduces Kemperol 1K-LF Flashing system

West Seneca, NY Kemper System America, Inc. introduces Kemperol 1K-LF Flashing, designed for quick, durable roof repairs. Kemperol is a solvent-free, low-odor system that adheres to substrates without a primer, and is fully reinforced for

Howard Hughes Corp. tops out Tin Building, 53,000 s/f food hall

Manhattan, NY The Howard Hughes Corp. (HHC) celebrated the topping out of the Tin Building in the Seaport District at Pier 17. Attended by over 100 community partners, families and elected officials, the event included

Greater New York IREM donates to “You Gotta Believe”

New York, NY The Greater New York Chapter of the Institute of Real Estate Management is proud to be able to donate $12,617.88 from their October 14th sporting clay shoot to “You Gotta Believe.”

Pinsky of RXR Realty named real estate person of the year by Greater NY IREM

New York, NY The Greater New York Chapter of the Institute of Real Estate Management has named those to be honored at their annual dinner and awards on January 23rd, 2020 at 230 FIFTH.

ACEC New York: The need to build a new consensus to build - by Ken Fisher

While New York City construction spending hit historic levels in 2019, history may record this year as the turning point when policies that encourage growth were tested and the need for new advocacy from those who steward the built