Structure Tone Southwest was selected to complete the 187,400sf ground-up construction of FS Builder Resources’ new regional headquarters and distribution center located at the corner of Helios Way and Impact Way. We began this 15-acre, greenfield project as a partnership with the client, architect, and owner’s representative. The success of this project would have never been realized had these relationships and methods of communication not been a priority from the beginning.
AmerisourceBergen’s new regional headquarters combined a tilt-wall core and shell building with an interior fit-out, including site development, structure, building envelope, utility infrastructure and premiere office space. The interior boasts state-of-the-art amenities like tech-enabled conference and business centers, specialized mother rooms, fitness and yoga centers, a coffee shop, café and a micro-market.
Brinker International, owner of restaurant chains Chili’s and Maggiano’s, aimed to consolidate its local business operations, upgrade their facilities and create a space that reflected the company’s bright future. Brinker hired Structure Tone Southwest to bring their vision to life within a new, 4-story, 214,000sf office building.
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.
Our Pavarini McGovern team helped reposition this century-old industrial building in Lower Manhattan into a LEED® Gold, 17-story office and retail building.
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
Pavarini North East has been providing on-call construction services for over ten years, renovating and constructing over 500,000sf at MasterCard International’s corporate headquarters.
Pavarini McGovern recently completed a unique expansion and renovation at 580 Fifth Avenue, an office building in the heart of the jewelry district in Midtown Manhattan. The scope of the work involved installing three new elevators in a new 36-story core attached to the existing tower.
As a 100-year-old building in the heart of Manhattan, 237 Park Avenue has seen its share of updates over the years. However, the last extensive renovation was in the 1980s, meaning much of the building’s aesthetic no longer matched modern tastes.
Commercial real estate is a cyclical business—a building gets updated to keep up with trends and tenant preferences, and eventually needs upgrading again as those trends change and the building ages. Ivy Realty is a savvy developer that understand this cycle and plans their investment strategies accordingly.