Travel + Leisure magazine talks with William F. Baker on Skyscraper Day about his work as an engineer for some of the world's tallest towers. The article spotlights various observation decks, including the SOM-designed Burj Khalifa, One World Trade Center, Willis Tower, and 875 N. Michigan Avenue.
On July 18th, 2018, SOM Senior Consulting Design Partner Roger Duffy will be the keynote speaker on day two of Perspective USA 2018, a forum hosted by The Plan magazine. The event centers on a discussion of innovations in architecture and design.
Dezeen spotlights seven of New York City's largest projects under construction, citing two SOM projects. 35 Hudson Yards is part of the larger Hudson Yards development, and Manhattan West is a 5-million-square-foot, mixed-use development.
6sqft reports on the installation of Moynihan Train Hall's new skylight. Above the James A. Farley Post Office, which will operate as a new boarding concourse for the Penn Station complex, the skylight will connect with the building's original steel trusses and span the interior courtyard.
CityRealty reports on the installation of Moynihan Train Hall's 92-foot-high skylight. One of the new train hall's key components, the skylight will bring natural light into the restored James A. Farley Post Office building, which will operate as an extension of Penn Station.
New York Yimby reports on 35 Hudson Yards topping out at 1,009 feet. The 72-story building, the second tallest in the New York City development of Hudson Yards, will create over 1 million square feet of residential, hotel, and retail space and is slated for completion in 2019.
Curbed reports on 35 Hudson Yards to mark the supertall residential tower's topping out. The 72-story building is slated for completion in 2019 and will be the second tallest tower in the larger Hudson Yards development on Manhattan's West Side.
CityRealty spotlights the topping out of 35 Hudson Yards at 1,009 feet. With an anticipated completion date of 2019, the 72-story building will bring more than 1 million square feet of residential, hotel, and retail space to New York City.
6sqft reports on 35 Hudson Yards' official topping out at 1,009 feet and 72 stories. The ninth tallest structure in New York City and the second tallest tower in the overall Hudson Yards development, the building will bring 1.1 million square feet of mixed-use space to Manhattan's West Side.