On May 4, SOM Associate Director Jon Cicconi will join a panel discussion with Hospitality Design magazine that will illustrate how the design of hospitality projects can adapt and succeed during the pandemic. Cicconi's presentation will focus on Moynihan Train Hall.
On April 29, SOM Managing Partner Laura Ettelman will join a panel conversation about Moynihan Train Hall as part of Commercial Observer’s annual Transportation & Infrastructure Construction Forum.
Hospitality Design Magazine speaks to SOM's Colin Koop, Marla Gayle, and Jon Cicconi about the design and construction of Moynihan Train Hall.
SOM Director Marla Gayle has been named to City & State NY’s 2021 Above and Beyond list. On Wednesday, March 31st, Gayle and the other honorees will be celebrated with a webinar hosted by City & State NY.
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 October 30th, 2019, Brookfield Properties announced the opening of One Manhattan West, a 67-story, 2.1-million-square-foot office tower. One Manhattan West is the first new office tower to open as part of the Manhattan West complex, an eight-acre district being developed on Manhattan's West Side.