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468 Columbus

466-468 Columbus Avenue, NYC

Eight-story landmark condominium building. Recipient of a 2018 Green Good Design Award.

Owner/Client: 468 Columbus LLC
Architect: BKSK Architects LLP
Value: $22M
Square Feet: 39,000

3514 Surf Avenue, Brooklyn, NY

3514 Surf Avenue,
Brooklyn, NY

Two 21-story residential/mixed-use development with 
426 apartments with 24,000 sf of retail space.

Owner/Client: Red Apple Realty III, LLC
Architect: Hill West Architects
Value: $175M
Square Feet: 480,000

Queens Plaza Residential Development

Queens Plaza 
Residential Development

28-10 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City, NY

Owner/Client: Tishman Speyer
Architect: Goldstein, Hill & West Architects, LLP
Value: $305M
Square Feet: 578,000

Larkin Plaza

Larkin Plaza 16 Nepperhan Street,
Yonkers, NY

Residential Waterfront Building nestled in the Lower Hudson Valley. 
Includes 25-story/272 Residential Units

Owner/Client: RXR Development Services & Rising Development - Yonkers, LLC
Architect: SLCE Architects, LLP
Value: $135M
Square Feet: 585,000

587 Main Street, New Rochelle, NY

587 Main Street,
New Rochelle, NY

28-story residential tower with 229 rental units, arts and cultural space, retail and 234 on-site parking.

Owner/Client: RXR Realty
Architect: Paulus Sokolowski and Sartor Engineering, PC
Value: $90M
Square Feet: 396,000

86 Fleet Place, Brooklyn, NY

86 Fleet Place,
Brooklyn, NY

33 Story, 376 Foot Tall mixed-use tower with 440 rental units.

Owner/Client: Red Apple Real Estate
Architect: Goldstein, Hill & West Architects, LLP
Value: $140M
Square Feet: 467,000

51 Jay Street, Brooklyn

51 Jay Street,
Brooklyn, NY

Landmark building in historical district of Brooklyn is being renovated and redesigned from an industrial warehouse to 74 luxury residential units.

Owner/Client: 201 Water Street, LLC
Architect: ODA-Office of Design & Architecture
Value: $33M
Square Feet: 150,000

St. Davids School

St. David's School
12-22 East 89th Street, NYC

Expansion of the elite private primary and pre-primary school on the Upper East Side.  The school currently occupies three converted six-story townhouses and is planning to expand into the adjoining historic landmark hotel. 

Owner/Client: Zubatkin Owner Representation, LLC
Architect: Platt Byard Dovell White
Value: $25M
Square Feet: 396,000


Brooklyn Bridge Park Pierhouse

Brooklyn Bridge
Park Pierhouse

This unique Brooklyn waterfront development consists of two separate high-end residential buildings that is expected to be LEED Silver Certified.  It includes 106 condominiums with 19 unique floorplan variations with access to landscaped terraces and amenities.

Owner/Client: Toll Brothers City Living & Starwood Capital Group
Architect: Marvel Architects
Value: $150M
Square Feet: 400,000

164 Kent Avenue Condominiums, Brooklyn, NY

164 Kent Avenue Condominiums,
Brooklyn, NY

32-Story luxuriously equipped tower residence on Williamsburg's revitalized waterfront featuring 271 high-end condominiums.

Owner/Client: Toll Brothers City Living/RD Management/L&M Equity
Architect: FX Fowle Architects
Value: $100M

New York City Housing Authority

New York City
Housing Authority

Requirements Contract for CM
NYCHA is the largest housing authority in the country with more than 417,000 tenants. Project included building exterior repairs and reconstruction; upgrade and replacement of heating plant, controls and distribution systems; major electrical equipment and distribution systems upgrades; fuel oil tank replacements including remediation of contaminated soil; and waterfront reconstruction.

Owner/Client: NYCHA
Architect: Various
Value: $119M

60 East 86th Street

60 East 86th Street,
New York, NY

Luxury 19-story condominium building including a townhouse and a triplex penthouse all will outdoor space.  Features 15 full floor homes with direct

Owner/Client: 60 East 86th St. Owner LLC
Architect:  The Stephen B. Jacobs Group, PC
Value: $35M
Square Feet: 67,000

546 West 44th Street, NYC

546 West
44th Street, NYC

Luxury rental building consisting of two 14-story towers with 280 apartments.  The 20,000 sf amenity space includes a gym, game room, screening room, children's play room, pet spa, ground-level bike room and laundry room. 

Owner/Client: CREF 546 West 44th Street, LLC
Architect: Cetra/CRI Architects, PLLC
Value: $75M
Square Feet: 263,000

Riverhouse, 1 River Terrace, Battery Park City, NYC

Riverhouse, 1 River Terrace,
Battery Park City, NYC

High-end 32-story, 324-unit residential building was built to the standards of a gold LEED rating.  The building is configured in a "U" shape with three unique masses, each at different elevations, allowing views over lush landscaped courtyards, downtown Manhattan, and the NYC Harbor.

Owner/Client: BPCA/The Sheldrake Org.
Architect: Polshek Partnership
Value: $225M
Square Feet: 625,000

15 Leonard Street, NYC

15 Leonard Street,

A 9-story, 6-unit luxury condominium building in the historic Tribeca district. It features the latest technologies from customized car elevators and under-floor radiant heating to Lutron powered lighting/shades control.

Owner/Client: Tribeca Development Partners, LLC
Architect: Turett Collaborative Architects & Curtis & Ginsberg Architects, LLP
Value: $13M
Square Feet: 32,000

500 Fourth Avenue, Brooklyn, NY

500 Fourth Avenue,
Brooklyn, NY

Luxury condominium retail space on the first floor and 156-units with high-end finished including hardwood floors, solid wood entry doors, Viking appliances, Italian tiled baths, Zuma tubs with Dornbracht fixtures and Manhattan Calcatta stone countertops with white onyx backsplashes. 

Owner/Client: Park Slope Group, LLC
Architect: Scarano Architects
Value: $47M
Square Feet: 188,000

76 Madison Avenue Condominiums

76 Madison Avenue

Conversion of a pre-war, 12-story building to luxury condominium lofts.  Common rooftop area is furnished with an outdoor shower, fireplace and cabana with trellis and private bath. 

Owner/Client: Centaur Properties
Architect: Cetra/Ruddy
Value: $17M
Square Feet: 67,000

Commercial / Hospitality

1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge

1 Hotel
Brooklyn Bridge

This ultra-luxury hotel development along the waterfront in Brooklyn Bridge Park is LEED Silver Certified with 194 hotel guestrooms.  The 10-story hotel features restaurants/bars, health spa, conference/meeting rooms and a banquet facility. 

Owner/Client: Toll Brothers City Living & Starwood Capital Group
Architect: Rogers Marvel Architects PPLC
Value: $75M
Square Feet: 180,000

Refinery Hotel

Refinery Hotel
63 West 38th Street, NYC

Conversion of an existing 12-story office building into a 5-star boutique hotel.  The hotel offers guests luxurious accommodations and features a rooftop bar offering nightlife with panoramic city views.  

Owner/Client: Highgate Holdings
Architect: Stonehill & Taylor Architects
Value: $28.5M

The Strand Hotel

The Strand Hotel
33 West 37th Street, NYC 

22-story full-service hotel with 180 guest rooms featuring meeting & banquet facilities, restaurant, bar, fitness center, spa, and rooftop bar.

Owner/Client: Majestic Hotel Corp.
Architect: Gene Kaufman Architects
Value: $22M
Square Feet: 75,000

Carvi Hotel, 152 East 55th Street, NYC

Carvi Hotel
152 East 55th Street, NYC

Construction of a 7-story hotel conversion & 3-story vertical expansion.

Owner/Client: Carvi Properties, Inc.
Architect: Manuel Glas Architects
Value: $4M

Institutional / Educational

Edward Cardinal Egan Pavilion, Bronx, NY

Edward Cardinal
Egan Pavilion

A 4-story new addition to the current residence hall on the Campus of the St. John Vianney Priests.   The addition added new living quarters and amenities space for 34 retired priests from the Archdiocese community.

Owner/Client: Zubatkin Owner Representation, LLC
Architect: Sullivan Architecture, PC
Value: $25M
Square Feet: 48,000

Sugar Hill Childrens Museum of Art and Storytelling

Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art and Storytelling, NYC

Design Build Services with coordination of all design & construction aspects of this USGBC LEED Silver project.  The museum space includes a history tube, featured staircase to be used for visitor staging, and interactive learning stations.

Owner/Client: Broadway Housing Communities/Zubatkin Owner Representation
Architect: SLCE Architects
Value: $5.4M

Intrepid Sea Air Space Museum, Pier 86 and The Hudson River

Intrepid Sea Air Space Museum
Pier 86 and The Hudson River

The USS Intrepid is a de-commissioned World War II era aircraft carrier with National Historic Landmark designation serving as a Sea, Air and Space Museum docked at Pier 86 on the Hudson River. Added to the ship was the new $8.5 million Michael Tyler Fisher Center for Education, a three-level state-of-the-art conference center and educational facility totaling approximately 18,000 sq. ft. The main conference center consists of a 4,000 sq. ft. floor-to-ceiling glass-enclosed space with panoramic views of the Hudson River. The rotunda entrance/memorial space is finished with patterned terrazzo flooring, aluminum leaf ceilings and curved frosted glass panels. Included in the project was the replacement of two elevator decks (elevators totaled 5,000 sq. ft. used for airplane transport between decks) and expansion of the ship’s fire suppression system. The Museum and event facilities remained open for peak summer tourist season during construction.

Owner/Client: Intrepid Foundation
Architect: Suk Design Group
Value: $12.5M

Cedar Lake Ensemble Creative Center, 537-547 West 26th Street

Cedar Lake Ensemble Creative Center, 537-547 West 26th Street

Complete renovation of 1915 twin-carriage house buildings in the Chelsea District, totaling over 14,000 sq. ft. The first building, formerly the photography studio for Annie Leibovitz, was already being used by the Cedar Lake Ensemble as a dance space. The renovation and expansion modernized this existing office and dance space into a 6,000 sq. ft. rehearsal space, while the raw space of the adjoining building would be transformed into a 6,000 sq. ft. dance theater.

Owner/Client: Cedar Lake Ensemble
Architect: Platt Byard Dovell White Architects
Value: $2.5M

Parks, Transportation & Waterfront

Battery Park City Authority, NYC

Battery Park City
Authority, NYC

Hugh L. Carey Battery Park City Authority Parks Conservancy

Contracted from 2013-2015 for project management, inspection & operations, and maintenance services. 

Projects under contract were Rector Street Pedestrian Bridge Restoration; Superstorm Sandy Reconstruction (South Cove - Seawall, Pier, Esplanade, and Jetty Rehab; Lighting & Electrical Repairs; Tree Replacement); Liberty & Albany St. Hoop Rails Replacement; Tear Drop Park Wood Deck Replacement; Rockefeller Park Swing & Safety Surface Replacement; BPC Parks Conservancy Signage Replacement.

2 Northside Piers Public Park, Brooklyn, NY

2 Northside Piers Public Park,
Brooklyn, NY

The park has been constructed to New York City Parks and Recreation Department Standards and passed all required inspections for turn over to New York City for public park usage.  The park included a steel pile supported pre-cast concrete pier topped with a timber deck extending 400 feet out into the East River, 500 linear foot pile supported timber deck walkway along the shoreline and a 6,000 square foot open plaza.

Owner/Client: Toll Brothers City Living/RD Management/L&M Equity
Architect: EDAW
Value: $7.4M

New York City Economic Development Corporation

New York City Economic
Development Corporation

Citiwide Facilities Management Contract: $100M
East River Ferry Landing: $25M
Pier 35-36 Rehabilitation: $18.5M
Aurthur Kill Lift Bridge: $8.8M
Local Law 68 Upgrades to NYC Ferry Landings
2 Northside Piers Public Park: $7.4M
Randall's Island NYPD Launch Repair: $7.3M
College Point Harbor George NYPD Marina: $6.2M
Homeport Pier Rehabilitation: $1.925M
Downtown Manhattan Heliport - Pier 6: $3.5M
Pier 11 Capital Improvements: $3M
Pier 16 Substructure Rehabilitation: $1.7M
216th St. Harlem River Bank Stabilization: $2.2M