The Real Deal reports on SOM's redesign of the New York City Subway entrance at 560 Lexington Avenue, which has created a bright and inviting public space. The project marks a significant transformation of a busy corner in Midtown Manhattan.
The design blog Contemporist highlights SOM's redesign of the subway entrance at 560 Lexington Avenue in New York City. The striking glass enclosure that encircles the station entrance is part of a complete renovation of the building's lobby and public spaces.
Real Estate Weekly reports on the renovation of 560 Lexington Avenue, which represents a milestone in the revitalization of the East Midtown business district. Rudin Management Company entrusted SOM to overhaul the building's lobby and public amenities, including its recently reopened subway entrance.
The New York Times reports on SOM’s transformation of the Privately Owned Public Space and subway entrance at 560 Lexington Avenue, which has created a bright, fresh, and reimagined public amenity in Midtown Manhattan. In the article, SOM Design Partner Roger Duffy reflects on how the project engages with its urban context.
GlobeSt.com reports on the recent renovation of 560 Lexington Avenue. Located in Midtown Manhattan, the project's light palette of limestone and white granite, as well as its curvilinear glass subway enclosure, provides a bright, fresh, and reimagined public amenity.
Bisnow highlights SOM’s recently completed renovation of the Privately Owned Public Space at 560 Lexington Avenue. The design transformation includes a palette of light limestone and granite alongside a self-supporting glass subway enclosure, creating visibility and openness in the plaza, lobby, and subway entrance below.
Citybizlist New York covers SOM’s redesign of the recently opened Privately Owned Public Space at 560 Lexington Avenue. Located in Manhattan, the project’s light stone color palette, curvilinear glass subway enclosure, and integrated LED ceiling lighting welcome visitors to enjoy this reinvigorated public amenity.