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Rendering of refurbished facade at 15 Park Row - Fogarty Finger Architecture

Fogarty Finger Architecture Proposes Retail Expansion at 15 Park Row in the Financial District

The Landmarks Preservation Commission recently reviewed proposals from Fogarty Finger Architecture to renovate and expand existing retail area within the landmarked 15 Park Row tower in Manhattan’s Financial District. The structure was originally constructed in 1899, then converted in the early 2000s to accommodate rental apartments with ground-floor retail area.

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Rendering of 61 Rivington Street - Issac & Stern Architects / Picksell Studio

Residential Transformation Revealed for Classical Revival Library at 61 Rivington Street in Chinatown, Manhattan

Issac & Stern Architects and Picksell Studio are working with developer Horizon Group to transform a three-story Classical Revival style building in Chinatown, Manhattan. New renderings of the project offer a first look at the ongoing residential redevelopment located at 61 Rivington Street. The original structure was completed around 1903 and served as a downtown branch of The New York Public Library. The base of the building incorporates horizontally scored masonry that transitions into red brick at the second and third floors.

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Rendering of the 10,600 square foot mural at Essex Crossing (Photo: ASVP Studio, Inc.)

Delancey Street Associates Commissions 10,600-Square-Foot Mural at Essex Crossing on the Lower East Side

One of the city’s largest-ever public murals will soon adorn The Rollins, one of nine buildings at the Essex Crossing mega-project on the Lower East Side. Brooklyn art duo ASVP was commissioned for the project following a borough-wide call for submissions from Delancey Street Associates, the development team responsible for Essex Crossing.

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