Fueled by the opportunity to re-invent how they work, Ashurst LLP has created a unique workplace that defines the essence of Ashurst to their people, their clients, and their industry. The completion of this over 169,000sf fit-out transformed a shell-and-core space into a high-quality, refined, and understated global headquarters for one of the world’s premier law firms.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art Master Plan Projects Our team has been partnering with the Philadelphia Museum of Art to preserve, renovate, and enhance the museum experience in projects large and small since 2004. Since the beginning, it has been important to us to approach each job in one of Philadelphia’s most celebrated Art Deco structures with deliberate care for the building and its delicate contents.
The west side of Midtown Manhattan is having a moment. For decades, the acres around the rail yards were largely seen as undevelopable given the industrial use. But now, Hudson Yards has activated the entire area as a mix of residential, office and retail buildings that have truly become a destination.
With 100 Vandam, the Hudson Square neighborhood continues to reinforce its place in the history of New York City, all while becoming a new destination for modern Lower Manhattan living. The building is also an excellent example of how to make adaptive reuse work in a sustainable, efficient manner.
Citizens Bank Park Having completed the original construction of Citizens Bank Stadium in 2004, our team members were pleased to return for the planned off-season renovations designed to take the fan experience to the next level. Completed in phases over two years, we closely collaborated with the Phillies and the design team to ensure that the ballpark was ready for action during baseball season.
Silicon Valley Bank California-based Silicon Valley Bank wanted a breakout office in New York City that showcases the company’s unique collaborative model. The office at 387 Park Avenue South is double the footprint of their previous space and provides a high-end “hub” for employees and investors. Structure Tone managed this expansion on an aggressive 12-week schedule so that SVB could be operational as quickly as possible.
The Stayton Room at The Lexington Hotel The Lexington Hotel bar—The Stayton Room—pays homage to former U.S. Navy Captain William Stayton who founded the Association Against the Prohibition Amendment in 1918. Stayton was widely recognized as a key leader in the fight against Prohibition, and The Stayton Room embodies the spirit of the “Roaring Twenties.” Conveniently located on East 48th Street and situated adjacent to the hotel’s lobby, The Stayton Room invites guests to step back in time to a world of Art Deco luxury, featuring dark wood, plush sofas, and intimate lighting.
DraftKings With the move to a new headquarters in Boston’s Back Bay, DraftKings—creator of leading fantasy sports and sports betting products—signals its commitment to growth and to Boston. The single-floor site, which united two floor plates to create over 100,000sf of office space, is designed to house the company’s growing, Boston-based staff of nearly 800.
Free Library of Philadelphia, Parkway Central Branch Renovations When renovation plans began in earnest in 2006, the Parkway Central Library building was only 35% accessible to the public. Today, 68% of the building is now usable with 41,000sf of new community space developed in the area that previously housed the library’s impressive book stacks.
Abington-Jefferson Asplundh Cancer Center Pavilion The mission of the Asplundh Cancer Pavilion is to provide a state-of-the-art, top-tier cancer treatment. Our mission was to diligently execute the thoughtful design, solve some complicated construction problems, and deliver this beautiful medical facility.