November 27, 2015
The New York Times features One Great Jones Alley
Currently in construction, One Great Jones Alley will offer many unique amenities – including an unexpected main entrance down a NoHo alley. Laid in 1806 as part of a country road called “Cross Lane,” Great Jones Alley has served many New Yorkers in a variety of capacities. Soon, it will be repaved with Belgian block and enclosed with a Corten steel and mesh gate, further elevating residents’ sense of arrival. Renderings of this experience were revealed today in the New York Times, along with a few other views that are also available on the building’s website. Renderings were crafted by MARCH.
Read the full New York Times article here. Learn more about the design of this site-specific project right here on our website.
February 6, 2015
New York YIMBY reveals the new look of 509 West 38th
After the New York Post profiled interior designer Ken Fulk, with whom we’re collaborating on the design of 509 West 38th Street, the development news website New York YIMBY was quick to recognize that the project’s latest and greatest renderings were tucked into the story.
Be sure to check out New York YIMBY’s coverage here, and stay tuned for further updates on this exciting tower adjacent to Hudson Yards. To ensure receipt of new information about the project’s design as it becomes available, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.