NYC’s Best New Architecture of 2016, from Governors Island to the Oculus

It’s time to make up a bunch of awards and hand them out to the most deserving people, places and things in the real estate, architecture and neighborhood universes of New York City! Yep, it’s time for the 13th Annual Curbed Awards! Up now: the year in architecture. As ever, there was plenty of activity […]

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Earth Day Initiative releases guide to LEED v4

The green building industry stands at a crossroads following the roll out of LEED v4 this past month.  This new version of LEED presents numerous questions for green building professionals and developers and there is interest amongst many to have those questions answered quickly and definitively so that we can make a smooth transition to the new ambitious […]

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Dattner Architects listed for the Design and Construction Excellence 2.0 Initiative

Lead Architects for renown projects such as Manhattan Districts 1, 2, 5 Garage and Salt Shed, the Number 7 Line Extension, 425 Grand Concourse – the on-going 24-story passive house development tin the Bronx, and the recently completed PS 186 Restoration, Dattner Architects is one of the three firms now pre-qualified for the New York […]

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Manhattan reigns supreme as top borough for new NYC construction projects

Manhattan accounts for 60 percent of the value of all started construction projects Manhattan remains New York City’s top borough for new building projects, as measured by the value of all construction starts, according to the New York Building Congress’s analysis of data from Dodge Data & Analytics. In the first nine months of 2016, […]

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Booming NYC hospital construction sector expected to reach $8.2B from 2016 to 2018

Dive Brief: Hospital construction spending hit more than $6 billion from 2013 through 2015 and is expected to reach $8.2 billion for the period 2016 through 2018, according to a New York Building Congress report. An additional 2 million square feet of medical space from 2016 through 2020 is expected to come from the upgrades […]

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Return to Work 2.0: Evolved Workers Compensation Recovery

Your employees are the backbone of your business, and it can be a blow when one of them gets injured. Workplace accidents and injuries are not only traumatic for the victim, but they can be stressful for your company too, disrupting productivity, employee morale, and your bottom line. workers-compensationWhen it comes to your New York […]

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World’s tallest modular high-rise by SHoP Architects opens in Brooklyn

Tenants have begun moving into 461 Dean, a New York residential building by SHoP Architects described as the world’s tallest modular tower and billed a solution to meet the high demand for urban housing. The 32-storey tower is located in central Brooklyn, at the intersection of four neighbourhoods. It sits near a major transit hub […]

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Construction groups sue NYC over law preventing cranes from ‘operating in high winds’

The construction industry wants to demolish new city regulations banning cranes from operating in windy conditions. In papers filed in Manhattan Supreme Court, the group of construction trade organizers and unions says the city Dept. of Buildings newly enforced rule banning cranes from operating when winds exceed 30 miles per hour is unnecessarily hurting businesses. […]

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Demolition of Brooklyn Heights Library will likely begin this December

The controversial Brooklyn Heights Library redevelopment is finally moving forward after developer Hudson Companies filed demolition plans with the city’s Department of Building last Friday, the Brooklyn Eaglereports. With that news, a clear timeline has also emerged for construction over the coming months. Interior demolition work at the site will likely get underway in December […]

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Green Energy Times (G.E.T.) is pleased to be one of the media partners for New York Build 2017

Green Energy Times (G.E.T.) is pleased to be one of the media partners for New York Build 2017. G.E.T. has a mission to motivate everyone, including businesses, municipalities, communities, organizations, and individuals, to be able to make educated measures to reduce their carbon footprints and to be responsible for our sustainability and energy independence. G.E.T […]

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One Vanderbilt Construction Underway After Official Groundbreaking

MIDTOWN — Construction is officially underway at One Vanderbilt, the skyscraper set to begin towering above Grand Central Terminal and where pols and developers descended Tuesday morning to hail what they called the future of Midtown development. Mayor Bill de Blasio and executives from SL Green took part in a symbolic shoveling of dirt at […]

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