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As the project begins preparing for sitework this year, the outlet checked in with Google and the city on the progress of the tech company’s “game-changing new transit-oriented neighborhood.”
The Manhattan supertall, which features a direct connection to Grand Central Terminal, is now in consideration for the top prize.
The KPF Principal was invited to speak at Professor Lin Wang’s Urban Design class, providing insight into the firm’s current and recent work in the city’s Qiantan district, spanning six projects.
On May 25th, the KPF Director will join the Bay Area’s top real estate experts to provide guidance to young professionals during the annual event.
The KPF Architectural Designer helped shape the goals and strategies of the UDF program to make streetscapes more vibrant and equitable.
Westlake 66, One Vanderbilt, and KPF’s renovation of 712 Fifth Avenue’s lobby were all selected as finalists for the design awards.
KPF was profiled in the outlet’s recent cover story, “Building New China,” focusing on the firm’s unmatched presence in the country.
The KPF-designed project North of downtown Dallas was highlighted as a promising flagship project of its developer KDC.
On May 19th, the Director of KPF’s West Coast office will contribute to a panel on the city’s 5M neighborhood and how 415 Natoma considers the future of work in its design.
KPF Senior Associate Principal, Anabel Fernandez participated in ‘NYLON: Activating Streets’ on Thursday May 05, as part of the NLA City Dialogues programme.
Already 95% leased, the tallest office tower in Midtown Manhattan broke the all-time record for rent per-square-foot at over $300.