Founded in 1968, Gwathmey Siegel & Associates Architects
was a New York-based architecture firm offering master planning,
architectural, interior and product design services.
After the death of co-founding partner Charles Gwathmey in August 2009,
Robert Siegel, FAIA continued to lead the company.
In 2011, Gene Kaufman bought a controlling share of the company which
changed its name to Gwathmey Siegel Kaufman & Associates.
Buildings Designed / Worked On
This is the list of New York City residential buildings designed (or worked on, in some
capacity) by Gwathmey Siegel Kaufman & Associates
(see also the map of buildings by Gwathmey Siegel Kaufman & Associates):
- Astor Place
(445 Lafayette Street, Central Village)
A 21-story mixed-use commercial and residential condominium project containing 39 loft units.
- The Residences at 400 Fifth Avenue
(400 Fifth Avenue, Midtown East)
A modern high-rise condo building. The building also contains a 5-star 214-room hotel.
- Soho Mews
(311 West Broadway, SoHo) photos
A two-building property measuring 175,000 sq ft that consists of a 9-story structure facing West Broadway and an 8-story one facing Wooster Street.
- Windsor Park
(100 West 58th Street, Central Midtown) photos
A pre-war high-rise doorman condo building offering a gym. Apartments range from studios to penthouse "homes" (actual homes built on top of the building) whose size sometimes....
- 123 Washington Street
A modern high-rise condo building offering a gym.
- 240 Park Avenue South
(Union Square) photos
Apartments range in size from about 805 to 2,700 square feet.
The apartments have very high ceilings (10' 0" - 11' 0").
Last modified on: September 2, 2013.
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