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110 East 149th Street, now under construction, is a modern, mid-rise office building with five floors of office space and ground floor retail. The asymmetrical floorplate design places the circulation and mechanical core along the rear wall, allowing future tenants planning flexibility with ample access to windows and daylight.

110 East 149th Street, now under construction, is a modern, mid-rise office building with five floors of office space and ground floor retail. The asymmetrical floorplate design places the circulation and mechanical core along the rear wall, allowing future tenants planning flexibility with ample access to windows and daylight.

Located in the Grand Concourse South historic district, at one of the most active entrances to the Bronx, this distinctive gateway development is transforming a formerly underutilized industrial area. The three-building mixed-use development began with two recently-completed affordable housing buildings, and a new, open-plan office building.

Located in the Grand Concourse South historic district, at one of the most active entrances to the Bronx, this distinctive gateway development is transforming a formerly underutilized industrial area. The three-building mixed-use development began with two recently-completed affordable housing buildings, and a new, open-plan office building.

"This new development project will contribute to the magnificence of this community and will give businesses an opportunity to experience our rich culture and dynamic nature while also helping to drive the future of our economy."
— Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr.

Strategic portions of the facade have been peeled away and articulated with an accent color and expanses of glass, framing views of the Bronx skyline and the Harlem River. The playful shifting window pattern—a simple composition of only two window sizes—echoes the pulsating motion of cars, subways, and people coursing through this teeming crossroads of the city.

Strategic portions of the facade have been peeled away and articulated with an accent color and expanses of glass, framing views of the Bronx skyline and the Harlem River. The playful shifting window pattern—a simple composition of only two window sizes—echoes the pulsating motion of cars, subways, and people coursing through this teeming crossroads of the city.

Location
Bronx, NY
Area
60,680 sf
Completion
2021
Clients
Signature Urban Properties
Monadnock Development
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Location
Bronx, NY
Area
60,680 sf
Completion
2021
Clients
Signature Urban Properties
Monadnock Development
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