“Want to buy some air?” Two KPF projects mentioned in Fidelity article on air rights
August 1 2014
How do you create space for offices, retail, and residences in a city where land values are sky-high and space is at a premium?
Daniel Goldstein’s article for Fidelity on building over transit with air rights features two KPF-projects—Hudson Yards in Manhattan, and Capitol Crossing in Washington, D.C.
Lance Brown, President of the AIA New York Chapter, comments "If it's done right, it can knit a city together".
Capitol Crossing will provide Class A office space in close proximity to D.C.’s Union Station.
KPF designed the master plan and three towers on the Hudson Yards Eastern Rail Yard site, including commercial office space and retail.