9-19 Ninth Avenue, New York, NYOwner/Developer:
Wormser + Associates ArchitectsFeatures:
The project consists of the complete tenant fit-out (TFO) of a new 76,000 sf retail building located at the above referenced location. Design features a multi-level atriumm rooftop all-glass ClearStory restaurant, clad in gold and bronse, and dripping in crystal, and outdoor rooftop park, accessible from an opulent glass elevator that boasts 360 degree views of the design space on its ascent and delivers you to the rooftop park. Both incorporate the elegant design that is carried throughout the RH atilier. Innovations such as horizontal fire shutters in atrium floor openings, super-heat VRF type units for maximum energy efficiency and fenestration coverage in conjunction with state-of-the-art lighting fixtures and electrical controls awere incorporated into the design.
59 Bleecker Street, New York, NYOwner/Developer:
Shulsky Properties IncArchitect/Lead:
Beyer Blinder Belle ArchitectsFeatures:
The site is a vacated commercial site, with approximately 7,863 gsf on the first floor and 7,983 gsf of a partial existing and partial new cellar. The project consists of reorganizing the site for one or more retail tenants. ComChecks were provided for DOB compliance.
206 Kent Avenue, Brooklyn, NYOwner/Developer:
206 Kent Investor LLCArchitect/Lead:
Two levels of supermarket space totaling approximately 45,200 gsf and two levels of parking totaling 45,200 gsf in Brooklyn at 206 Kent Avenue.
Fifth Avenue at 58th Street, New York, NYOwner/Developer:
Neiman Marcus GroupArchitect/Lead:
Bridges Lavin Architects
Duty Free Shops and Warehouse at JFK International AirportFeatures:
MEP design for complete renovation of retail shops, concession area, warehouse, and shipping unit in Terminal 4.
Various Cities in GA, MA, NC, FL and NJOwner/Developer:
Nieman Marcus GroupArchitect/Lead:
Design of multiple Neiman Marcus luxury retail stores around the country, including Atlanta, GA, Natick, MA,
Charlotte, NC, Boca Raton, FL, Sarasota, FL, and Princeton, NJ. Stores vary in size from 120,000 sf to 250,000+ sf. In addition to full store design, we have designed hundreds of “vendor shops” for brand names including Armani, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Bottega Veneta, Gucci, etc.
611 Fifth Avenue, New York, NYOwner/Developer:
Hudson's Bay CompanyArchitect/Lead:
Bridges & Lavin ArchitectFeatures:
Renovation of 10 retail floors totaling about 500,000 sq. ft. Addition of emergency generator system. Complete upgrade of building electrical infrastructure and chiller plant. Conversion of 30,000 sf cellar into offices and beauty salon.p>
Saks Fifth Avenue, Various LocationsFeatures:
Design of multiple Saks Fifth Avenue luxury retail stores around the county, including Sarasota, Ft. Myers, Orlando, FL; Greenwich, CT; New Orleans, LA; Hilton Head, SC, Huntington, LI and South Hampton, NY.
Route 120, East Rutheford, NJOwner/Developer:
Point Design Architects PCFeatures:
Rising at the Meadowlands Sports Complex, this 4.8 million sf entertainment destination will offer visitors of all ages a broad array of engaging experiences, including interactive entertainment venues, fine dining, outdoor amusements, runway fashion shows and its main attraction—America’s first Snow Dome for indoor skiing. Xanadu will also offer a luxury hotel and Class A office buildings. GEA was involved in the retail areas of this complex by providing vanilla box design services and full fitout services for various retailers.