On November 15th, 2019, Director of Urban Design and Planning Daniel Ringelstein will join a round table discussion at the WorkInPlace Conference in Madrid. Ringelstein will discuss current and forward-facing trends impacting the office sector.
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.
RE Journals reports on the official groundbreaking of 800 West Fulton Market. The stepped mixed-use building will be located at the entrance of the flourishing Fulton Market District.
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.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation and the Trust for the National Mall announced the five landscape architecture firms joining the National Mall Tidal Basin IDEAS LAB. SOM is serving as the Civic Partner on the initiative.
6sqft reports on the opening of One Manhattan West, with Partner Gary Haney sharing insight. Designed by SOM, the 67-story, 2.1-million-square-foot office tower rises 995 feet and will be the the tallest building in the new Manhattan West complex.
Curbed New York features the opening of One Manhattan West, the first skyscraper to be completed in the Manhattan West Development. Stretching from Ninth to Tenth Avenues and 31st to 33rd Streets, the office tower measures 995 feet tall.
Three SOM projects have been recognized with 2019 AIA|LA Design Awards for design excellence and environmental performance. This year's winning projects are Bio-Esfera; UCLA's Geffen Hall; and UCSB's Tenaya Towers.
Director of Urban Design and Planning Daniel Ringelstein is interviewed on The Beam Podcast. Ringelstein discusses the threats global cities face due to climate change and shares insight on building sustainable cities.
Seven SOM projects were honored in the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat's (CTBUH) 50 Forward 50 Back Awards program, which showcases 50 of the world's most influential tall buildings.
The 2019 CTBUH 10th World Congress will take place in Chicago from October 28th through November 2nd. Leadership from various disciplines will guide programs and participate in panel discussions and presentations centered around the skyscraper typology, urban development, and the evolution of the built environment.
ArchDaily features designs for Catalinas Rio, a waterfront office building in Buenos Aires. The project occupies a significant portion of the new Catalinas Norte II master plan, a major public endeavor to transform underutilized railyards along the Rio de la Plata to extend the city’s business district.
Following the announcement of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitats (CTBUH) 50 Forward | 50 Back awards recipients, Crain's Chicago highlights five of the 50 skyscrapers that call Chicago home. SOM is the firm behind two.
The SOM Women’s Initiative invites undergraduate and graduate students to apply for its annual Shadowing Opportunity. Students selected to participate will join design professionals at SOM to gain a first-hand perspective on career paths in the field.