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.
LF Driscoll is proud of our relationship with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In a joint venture with Big-D Construction we also constructed the Philadelphia Temple and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Meetinghouse which are located on Vine Street just west of The Alexander.
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 is providing preconstruction and construction phases with RFR Realty, Hines, and the design team led by Foster+Partners for a new residential condominium high-rise on an approximately 8,000 g sf corner site at the southwest corner of Lexington Avenue.
Jersey City has been the fastest growing municipality in New Jersey since 2010. The area, designated as the “Powerhouse Arts District” was formerly an industrial area with manufacturing and warehouse facilities.
When The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) wanted to create more student housing, they turned to our firm for construction management services.
Pavarini McGovern built this a new, 567,000sf, 57-story mixed-use building with 372,000sf of residential space and 195,000sf which included restaurants, bars, a spa and a fitness studio. Just steps away from the Empire State Building, both the hotel and condo spaces feature high-end finishes, materials and millwork.
This is a new 62-story residential tower in Midtown Manhattan. Designed by Cetra/Ruddy Architects, the development consists of approximately 576,000sf of luxury residential space with 2-level parking cellar, ground floor retail, gym, basketball court and amenity spaces.
In what turned out to be his last residential commission, the late Philip Johnson and his partner, Alan Ritchie, designed the Urban Glass House, a 12-story, totally glass condo building that was meant to serve as the urban counterpart to Johnson’s Glass House in New Canaan, Connecticut.