The New York Landmark Conservancy has granted Moynihan Train Hall the Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award. The Moses Awards are the Conservancy’s highest honors for excellence in the restoration, preservation, or adaptive use of historic buildings, streetscapes, and landscapes.
The Regional Plan Association, a nonprofit civic organization focused on the New York metropolitan area, has named Moynihan Train Hall as the 2020 Project of the Year. The SOM-designed building transforms rail travel in New York City by adding much-needed capacity to the Penn Station complex and creating a new gateway for the city.
Architizer has recognized SOM in two categories of this year's 2021 A+ Firm Awards. SOM was selected as the winner of the public projects category, and was among the finalists in the sustainability category.
Designed by SOM, the Moynihan Train Hall completely reimagines the travel experience at the busiest transportation hub in the Western Hemisphere, and evokes the architectural heritage of New York’s original Pennsylvania Station.
On September 18th, 2020, SOM Directors Chuck Besjak and Preetam Biswas and Associate Director Ronald Johnson will speak at the American Society of Civil Engineers' 2020 V-Tech Conference. The program features technical presentations from the 2020 Architectural Engineering Institute's Professional Project Awards winners.
One Manhattan West and Tianjin CTF Finance Centre have received multiple 2020 Professional Project Awards from the Architectural Engineering Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers. The honors include Best Overall Project and Most Innovative Project.
One Manhattan West was selected as a merit award recipient in the 2020 AIA New York Chapter Design Awards. The project is the first new office tower to reach completion in the Manhattan West Development on New York City's Far West Side.
Commercial Property Executive reports on Brookfield Properties' opening of the first completed building in the Manhattan West Development: One Manhattan West. Located on the Far West Side of New York City, the 67-story tower is built above active railroad tracks leading to Penn Station.
GlobeSt.com covers the opening of One Manhattan West, the first tower to be completed in the Manhattan West Development on New York City's Far West Side. At 995 feet, the building is the tallest in the complex, and will help form the gateway into the site.