William C. Louie, Design Principal at KPF, was presented the MOCA Lifetime Achievement Award on Thursday, November 17th.
The KPF-designed new school of business at Morgan State University officially opened on Friday, November 13th.
The project, the first ground-up construction of commercial space since the re-zoning of the area in 2004, will provide much-needed office space in Brooklyn.
The project was selected by a respected jury of leading real estate professionals from around the globe.
The building is the future home of Coach Inc., L’Oréal USA, SAP and VaynerMedia.
KPF’s design for a mixed-use scheme at 13-14 Appold Street has been approved.
The 500,000 square-foot tower houses premium office facilities, with a staff restaurant and gym, an active outdoor courtyard and retail space.
Construction will begin on the 46-story companion tower as early as 2017.
Boston Business Journal covered the adventurous design of the three interconnected towers in the latest phase of the 23-acre master plan.
KPF Principal Cristina Garcia presented the architectural design in the building’s light-filled central atrium.