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Blending the Old with the New: 100 Vandam

With charming neighborhoods like Greenwich Village, TriBeCa and SoHo, Lower Manhattan long ago became one of Manhattan’s most sought-after residential areas. But a lesser-known district among those neighborhoods—the few blocks known as “Hudson Square” nestled between West Houston, Varick and Canal Streets—has been slower to transition. In the last few years, however, that shift has picked up steam, including a new residential tower in the works at 100 Vandam Street. MAINTAINING HISTORY Like most of Lower Manhattan, the neighborhood is steeped in history. Once a destination for Revolutionary War-era luminaries like George...

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STO For The Win!

Structure Tone’s quarterly magazine, STO Insights, has been recognized for its outstanding graphics and content by Graphic Design USA and the Society of Marketing Professional Services. Structure Tone’s STO Insights magazine won a Liberty Award in the New York chapter of the Society of Marketing Professional Services’ Marketing Communication Awards (MCA). This honor is given to AEC companies whose marketing materials are both compelling and align with the company’s marketing goals. STO Insights earned top honors in the Newsletter category. From stories of construction challenges and project highlights, to industry trend...

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Structure Tone’s Red Hat Project Wins IFMA Boston People’s Choice Award

  More than 2,500 people cast their vote   Structure Tone’s Boston office came out a winner in this year’s Awards of Excellence program for the Boston chapter of the International Facility Management Association (IFMA).   Red Hat’s new Seaport offices won the program’s annual “People’s Choice” award, which is bestowed on the project that receives the most online votes from the Boston A/E/C community, across all awards categories. The Red Hat project, which was built by Structure Tone and designed by IA, was the top choice out of 2,500 votes.   This is the second year...

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