The East River is the cleanest it’s been in a century—and swimming in the once-polluted waterway isn’t such a wild idea
WXY and BIG will collaborate on a new plan for the neighborhood’s public spaces
The development has launched sales on 14 of its condos, with prices ranging from $2.85 million to $28 million.
This West Chelsea project has made significant progress in the last six months
The new building for the 40th Precinct is estimated to cost $68 million
A new set of renderings are also giving us the first look at many of the posh amenities in the West Chelsea project.
Get a look inside the high-end condos at the XI.
The gallery features installations by the much-lauded stage designer Es Devlin.
Condos at the XI will start from $2.8 million and go up to $25 million.
Construction on the Spiral is slated to begin this summer.
The initiative is meant to prevent flooding while improving the quality of the park
The building will eventually stand 11 stories tall and bring 233 apartments to the neighborhood.
Moshe Safdie was originally attached to design the building at 3 West 29th Street
The cinema, which will sit at the base of Bjarke Ingels’s Midtown "courtscraper," will be the neighborhood’s first theater in a decade.
Gotham East 126th Residential will bring 233 rentals to the neighborhood come 2018.
Most of the development’s 240 condos will be located in the west tower, and some will be located above the hotel in the east tower.
Bjarke Ingels Group, the namesake firm helmed by architecture’s It Boy, continues to prove it is truly on the cusp of cool by announcing its move from stuffy Manhattan to in-vogue Brooklyn.
The project, which will rise in one of the city’s toughest precincts, is expected to cost $50 million and will have LEED silver certification.
Construction has commenced on the latest NYC project designed by starchitect Bjarke Ingels, a rental building being developed by the Blumenfeld Development Group in East Harlem. Wednesday's groundbreaking ceremony came with a slew of new renders.
Bjarke Ingels Group and HFZ Capital’s twisty High Line development will also have a 137-key luxury spa resort, because New York City is obviously the most relaxing place.
Its design is perhaps most notable for the vertical gardens that wrap all around the exterior of the building. The 2.2 million-square-feet office building will be developed at an estimated cost of $3.2 billion.
The offering plan reveals mostly one, two and three-bedroom units with a few studios as well—the smallest unit is sized at 846 square feet, and the largest is an over 7,000 square foot penthouse with a wraparound terrace and a swimming pool.
HFZ Capital and Bjarke Ingels Group are set to transform the area around the southern end of the High Line with the duo’s collaboration at 76 Eleventh Avenue, but before that can happen, they need to decide on a final design.
New photos show the building and its branded amenities that include its fitness center, 22,000-square-foot garden, and recreation rooms. Rentals go from $3,000 to a whopping $16,500.
The work was inspired by the Hudson River, and artist Stephen Glassman decided to name it after a loose translation of the Native American name for the river, "Muh-he-kunne-tuk," which means the river that flows both ways.
When one thinks of the tallest buildings in New York City, Bjarke Ingels’ tetrahedron, Via 57 West is certainly not the first thing that comes to mind. The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat has named it the best tall building in the Americas.
After NewsCorp and 21st Century Fox pulled out it was unclear what would happen with the Bjarke Ingels designed project but Silverstein Properties is now hinting that they would like to stick to his design regardless.
Danish starchitect Bjarke Ingels is working on some fairly high-profile projects in NYC, and could add another one to the list if this design for 2 Penn Plaza, commissioned by Vornado Realty Trust, comes to pass.
In a recent 60 Minutes interview, Danish starchitect Bjarke Ingels elaborated on some of his biggest NYC projects, including 2 World Trade Center, and talked about why his firm likes to make architecture "extreme."
Here now, a first real look inside of Bjarke Ingels's west side rental building, Via
Apartments in the 709-unit building will begin renting on March 1, with average asks for studios starting at $2,770. It isn't cheap to live in a building designed by architecture's wunderkind.