Nortco Development has unveiled new renderings of their Issac & Stern Architects-Designed Eleven Hancock Place. Located in Harlem between Morningside Avenue and 124th Street, the mixed-use project will feature 130,000 SF of total development offering both retail targeting big-box retailers and a residential portion offering condominiums.Read More
Level One Holdings has revealed 10 Lenox, their new collection of 29 designer residences in Harlem. The project is designed by Issac & Stern Architects with interiors by Fogarty Finger Architects and will introduce an elevated design aesthetic to the surrounding neighborhood.Read More
Savanna has revealed first renderings for the Incorporated Architecture and Design (INC) and SLCE-Architects designed Vandewater, which will rise over the Jewish Theological Seminary's Morningside Heights Campus after it was announced last year (2017).Read More
Permits have been filed for the expansion of the Studio Museum of Harlem. The museum will add a 6-story International Center for Contemporary Artists of African Descent next door to their existing building. The new ultra-modern structure will be designed by Adjaye Associates, led by Sir David Adjaye.Read More
Columbia University will open its new Lenfest Center for the Arts, which was designed by Renzo Piano, on April 22. The Lenfest Center for the Arts is the school's first dedicated facility for its School of Arts to host performances and events. It is located on Columbia University's Manhattanville Campus and is adjacent to the new Jerome L. Green Science Center. The Lenfest Center for the Arts is 60,000 SF and also features the Miriam and Ira D Wallach Art Gallery. Renzo Piano's architecture firm collaborated with Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill on the master plan for the Columbia's Manhattanville Campus and he has designed many of the buildings including the University Forum and Academic Conference Center.