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New York Architecture Developments

Manhattan Architectural Designs, United States of America: Contemporary Property in NYC

post updated October 1, 2021

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Architecture Developments in New York

We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of New York Architecture Developments. We cover completed Manhattan buildings, new building designs, architectural exhibitions and architecture competitions across NYC. The focus is on contemporary Manhattan buildings but information on traditional New York City buildings is also welcome.

We have 7 pages of Manhattan Architecture selections with links to hundreds of individual project pages.

New York Architecture : key projects

New York Buildings : A-B

Manhattan Buildings : C-E

Manhattan Building Developments : F-K

Manhattan Building Designs : L-O

Manhattan Architecture Designs : P-S

Manhattan Architecture Developments : T-Z (this page)

Manhattan Architecture – News

New York City Architecture Developments

NY Architecture Developments – latest additions to this page, arranged chronologically:

Oct 29, 2012
Via Verde South Bronx
Design: Grimshaw Architects
South Bronx Building New York Architecture Developments
photograph : David Sundberg_Esto
Via Verde South Bronx
This South Bronx building is a “revolutionary mixed-use, mixed income residential development” according to the architects. The project showcases high-quality innovative green design while also providing affordable housing for low and moderate income households.

World Trade Center Tower 4: 150 Greenwich St
Design: Maki And Associates
World Trade Center towers New York Architecture Developments
image : Maki and Associates, Courtesy of: Silverstein Properties
World Trade Center towers

NYC Architecture Developments, alphabetical:

TKTS Booth, Father Duffy Square, Broadway / 47th Street
Design: Perkins Eastman

Transit Hub, Fulton Street, Manhattan
Date built: 2007-09
Design: Grimshaw Architects with Page Ayres Cowley

TWA Building – John F Kennedy International Airport, Jamaica
Design: Eero Saarinen Architect
John F Kennedy International Airport

Time Warner Center, midtown Manhattan
Design: Skidmore Owings & Merrill (SOM) – David Childs
Time Warner Center Manhattan
photo : Andrew McRae
Time Warner Center Manhattan

The Trump Building, 40 Wall Street
Date built: 1929-30
Design: H. Craig Severance with Shreve & Lamb
orig. Bank of Manhattan Company Building

Trump Tower, Fifth Avenue

Swanke Hayden Connell

UN Plaza East 44th St / 1st Avenue
Roche-Dinkeloo Architects
Crystalline glassy building with facets in plan and section but generally a clean-styled building. The UN Plaza apartments tower was added in 1983. Renamed in 1999 Millennium Hotel New York, UN Plaza

United Nations Headquarters (UNO Buildings)
Le Corbusier, Oscar Niemeyer, Sir Howard Robertson with Harrison & Abramovitz
UN Building New York

US Courthouse Annex, 500 Pearl St
Kohn Pederson Fox – KPF

Visual & Performance Art Library, Brooklyn

Taller de Enrique Norten Arquitectos

West 8th Street Subway Station Project
Acconci Studio
Manhattan Subway development
picture from architects
Manhattan Subway development

Whitney Downtown Museum
Whitney Downtown Museum

Whitney Museum, Upper East Side
Marcel Breuer, Architect
New York museum

Whitney Museum of American Art building, Gansevoort St, Meatpacking District, Downtown Manhattan
Design: Renzo Piano Building Workshop (RPBW)

Woolworth Building 233 Broadway
Cass Gilbert, Architect
241m high, one of the first New York skyscrapers. Designed in a formal, symmetrical Gothic Revival style and originally nicknamed the Cathedral of Commerce. The Woolworth building was the tallest in the world from 1913-30. Refurbished 1977-81

World Trade Center – site New York (destroyed 2001)
Minoru Yamasaki, Emery Roth & Sons
World Trade Center building

World Financial Center
Cesar Pelli Architect

World Trade Centre – New Museum Complex, Ground Zero
Snohetta, Architects / Gehry Partners LLP

W.R. Grace Building, 1114 Sixth Ave, southeast corner of W.43rd St
Skidmore Owings & Merrill
Bowing façade due to light regulations, rather than the more normal stepbacks

Yankee Stadium
Osborn Architects & Engineers

More New York Architecture Developments online soon

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Manhattan building no longer standing

Pennsylvania Station
1910; demolished 1963-66
McKim, Mead & White, Architects
Famous building backdrop from numerous American films, Beaux-Arts architecture popular in the early 20th century. Nicknamed Penn Station.

New York Skyscrapers

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