Morris Adjmi Architects has received approval from the Landmarks Preservation Commission for a 6-story retail and office addition to a historic Depression-era warehouse in the Meatpacking District.
Tag Archives | adaptive reuse
Steelworks Lofts, an adaptive reuse project in Williamsburg, is out of limbo. It has new developers, a new identity as a rental building… but what about its former sustainability?
Yesterday’s rush hour chaos in Midtown was an explosive reminder that twenty-first century sustainable building practices are meaningless in the absence of reliable infrastructure able to support a dense urban environment. While Con Edison is spending $20 million this year to maintain New York City’s steam pipes, much of Gotham’s infrastructure- from utilities to mass […]