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Compliance With Building Regulations in New York City

Buildings larger than 25,000 square feet that are higher than 6 stories need to comply with two sets of regulations in New York City. The new Building Emissions Law that is part of the Climate Mobilization Act requires buildings larger than 25,000 square feet to reduce their emissions 40% by 2030 and 80% by 2050. This will drive the overall reduction...

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Architect Jean Novel is Presented with the Visionary Urban Integration Award for the Design of 53W53

Architect Jean Novel is Presented with the Visionary Urban Integration Award for the Design of 53W53

One of the most adventurous additions to the New York City skyline is the innovative design of 53W53 by Pritzker Prize winner Architect Jean Nouvel. At a height of 1,050 feet and developed in step with the Museum of Modern Art’s 65,000 sq. ft. expansion, New York City now has a new, bold yet graceful exclamation point. 53W53 is a super...

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The Iconic Chrysler Building is Up for Sale

The Iconic Chrysler Building is Up for Sale

An Art Deco masterpiece that has defined the Manhattan skyline for nearly 90 years is going up for sale in 2019. Currently co-owned by the Abu Dhabi Investment Council and New York property developer, Tishman Speyer, the Chrysler Building is expected to sell for as much as one billion dollars. The Chrysler Building is the eighth tallest building in New York City...

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Things to Consider When Replacing Windows in New York City

Things to Consider When Replacing Windows in New York City

When replacing windows on construction projects in New York City, it is important to choose the right type of window and a qualified installer to do the work. There are several important things that need to be considered when choosing the proper window replacement, including whether your building is within a historic district, whether you’re concerned with acoustical or thermal...

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