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In their own words, [their] "mission, as creators and curators of the built world, is to provide people with an environment of beauty and comfort, of contemporary relevance and timeless endurance."

Buildings Designed / Worked On

This is the list of New York City residential buildings designed (or worked on, in some capacity) by Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners, LLP (see also the map of buildings by Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners, LLP):

Condo Buildings

  • Adams Square (501 Adams street, Hoboken)
    This gothic-style building is a former grade school (Kealy school); the facade has twin towers, arched stone entryways with carved stone ornamentation. The lobby is in white....
  • Court House Apartments (125 Court Street, Brooklyn Heights) - 4 listings, all of them 'no-fee' apts
    A modern mid-rise concierge condo building offering a gym, a garage and laundry facilities. Ground-floor retail. The apartments have high ceilings.
  • The Hampton House (28 East 70th Street, Upper East Side)
    A mixed-use building. 11 full-floor condo apartments, typically containing four bedrooms and five baths. The first four floors house the flagship NYC Prada Store.
  • The Park Laurel (15 West 63rd Street, Upper West Side)
    A modern residential tower with a pyramidal top.
  • 100 Eleventh Avenue (Chelsea)
    A modern high-rise doorman condo building offering a gym and a pool. The apartments have high ceilings.
  • 139 Wooster Street (SoHo)
    Two six-story buildings, each with a two-story penthouse, connected by a landscaped lobby garden. The apartments have very high ceilings.
  • 25 West Houston Street (SoHo)
    A mid-rise red brick condo building built in 2004.

Co-op Buildings

Last modified on: October 21, 2009.

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