Constructed in 1973, the Humanities Building on the SUNY Purchase campus had not had any major renovations since then. With new requirements for health and safety, ADA compliance and energy efficiency.
Renovating an occupied, historic building in the heart of Midtown Manhattan is tough. And the project at 640 Fifth Avenue was no exception, requiring a unique combination of construction management and logistics to redevelop the 267,000sf, 18-story office building, as well as add three stories on top.
Built in 1927 as a residential hotel for women, the Barbizon was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. After acquiring the property in 2002, Berwind Property Group determined to convert it to luxury condos in 2004, bringing in Cetra/Ruddy as designers and Pavarini McGovern as builders.
Originally designed to be a hotel, the condos at 40 Mercer Street, called Mercer 40 Residences, include 13 stories and 156,000sf of luxury living.
The scope and program for this project was to construct a new approximately 50,000 gsf, 9-story high-end luxury residential building that has 14 condominium apartments and a duplex Penthouse apartment. 27 Wooster Street is located at the southwest corner of Wooster and Grand Streets in the heart of the SoHo neighborhood of Manhattan.
Pavarini McGovern was the construction manager for SJP Properties, to build the Waterfront Corporate Center (WCC) Phase II. This second office building at the multiple building complex has below-grade parking and is located on the banks of the Hudson River in Hoboken, NJ.
Our Pavarini McGovern team helped reposition this century-old industrial building in Lower Manhattan into a LEED® Gold, 17-story office and retail building.
To support the growth of New York Law School’s (NYLS) Worth Street campus, Pavarini McGovern constructed a new, 209,000sf flagship academic building, a major phase of New York Law’s expansion program.
Pavarini McGovern (PMG) managed construction of the new, 20,000sf, four-story High Line headquarters, which houses the maintenance and administrative staff as well as vehicles and equipment that support the High Line, the New York City park on Manhattan’s West Side.
When the owners of 280 Park Avenue realized the time had come for an upgrade, they called in the Pavarini McGovern team to help reposition the 1.2 million sf building, including renovating the exterior and interior of the building’s east and west towers