REDEVELOPED RED HOOK , NYC
RED HOOK — A vision for a massive redevelopment that would add thousands of residential units to the Brooklyn waterfront and a subway connection to lower Manhattan has been put forward by global engineering firm AECOM.
In the report shared with DNAinfo New York on Monday night, AECOM has reimagined Red Hook with as many as 45,000 new residential units and a new No. 9 train that would extend from Manhattan's No. 1 line and connect to Park Slope.
The AECOM rendering envisions mid- and high-rises replacing the Red Hook Container Port, the Red Hook Cruise Ship Terminal, the NYPD tow pound, alongside Red Hook Houses and at the mouth of the Gowanus Canal. Many of the developments would occupy city- or Port Authority-owned land.
OMA New york
The New York office of Dutch firm OMA has proposed an apartment building with a "prismatic" corner for Manhattan. Planned for a corner plot at 121 East 22nd Street in the Grammercy Park neighbourhood, the building commissioned by Toll Brothers City Living will contain 133 residential units. The position between a quiet private park and the bustling area of Madison Square led OMA New York to design a building that aims to reflect both.
Thomas Phifer architect
Thomas Phifer architect
55 HUDSON YARD NYC
JANUARY 19 2015 -55 HUDSON YARD NEW YORK
The New York-based architect has been selected to design the building complex of the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw and TR Warszawa Theatre at Plac Defilad.
Thomas Phifer and Partners was selected after a two-stage selection process, beating 11 other architects* that submitted conceptual designs for the two building complex composed of the 15,000sm (161,450sf) Museum and the 10,000sm (107,600sf) Theatre; the two buildings will be connected by a roofed plaza, the first of such type in Warsaw. As can be seen in the site plan below – the Museum is the blue bar on the east and the Theatre is the red square on the west – the two institutions will anchor the northeast corner of Plac Defilad (Parade Ground), which is anchored by the large edifice of the Palace of Culture and Science and borders the Park Świętokrzyski on the north.
ONE JOHN STREET , DUMBO
Alloy with partner Monadnock acquired the last waterfront site in DUMBO in late 2013. Situated entirely within Brooklyn Bridge Park, 1 John Street features spectacular bridge and river views from all 42 apartments, full service amenities, an annex for the Brooklyn Children's Museum and retail facing the park. Construction started in Summer 2014. For information on sales visit www.onejohnst.com.
Developer Donald J. Chiofaro is reviving his effort to build a pair of skyscrapers along Boston Harbor. The $1 billion plan calls for construction of an office building, an adjacent hotel and condominium tower that would redefine the downtown skyline.
BERNARD DEMOULIN WON THE COMPETITION OF MUSEE DE CLUNY, PARIS
architect: Bernard Desmoulin
95 candidats, 5 finalistes et 1 lauréat pour l'extension du Musée de Cluny : Bernard Desmoulin. L'architecte français (qui fait actuellement l'objet d'une exposition à Sarrebourg) a en effet été désigné par le jury, présidé par le directeur général des Patrimoines Vincent Berjot, pour la conception d'un nouveau bâtiment d'accueil du musée sur la terrasse Boeswillwald et donnant sur la rue du Sommerard. Il s'agit également de repenser de nouveaux parcours muséaux, en lien avec les espaces existants.
ONE VANDERBILT : New 65 story tower near Grand Central to stand taller than the Chrysler Building.
It looks like the Chrysler Building is about to get a new neighbor. According to the New York Times, SL Green has reportedly proposed the development of a 1,200-foot, 65-story tower that would occupy the block between 42nd and 43rd Streets, and Vanderbilt and Madison Avenues. This proposal will have to undergo a review process as part of a new de Blasio administration plan to rezone an area of Vanderbilt Avenue for larger buildings.
55 HUDSON YARDS, NEW YORK
55 Hudson Yards (also known as One Hudson Yards or One Hudson Boulevard) is a future tower just outside of the Hudson Yards Redevelopment Project. Located in Chelsea, Manhattan, it will add a combined four million square feet (370,000 m2) of space to the Hudson Yards project, along with 50 Hudson Yards, even though the two buildings will be located outside of the redevelopment site itself.