Manhattan’s Hudson Yards is the largest private real estate development in U.S. history, jointly developed by Related Companies and Oxford Properties and incorporating 17 million square feet of commercial and residential space, a cultural center, park space, a public school, and a luxury hotel. Anchoring […]
Designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, 220 Central Park South is a residential skyscraper in Midtown Manhattan. The 70-story, 950-foot-tall tower is clad in honed Alabama Limestone, which has a rich, creamy color. This material is ideal for the structure’s classical architectural profiles, such as […]
Pier 17 is the headline project in Howard Hughes Corporation’s revitalization of the South Street Seaport in Lower Manhattan. Designed by SHoP Architects, the 300,000-square-foot, 4-story building contains retail and restaurants in a series of staggered, boxed volumes separated by open-air thoroughfares, mimicking the New […]
Sculptural structure of glass and steel to serve as the new transportation hub for the World Trade Center site redevelopment. Heintges is currently engaged as exterior and interior glazing consultant to the architects for all phases of design and construction.
Nestled along the East River in New York City, the United Nations Headquarters has long been admired as the physical embodiment of global diplomacy and collaboration. Designed in 1947 by a collaborative team of esteemed architects including Le Corbusier, Wallace K. Harrison, and Oscar Niemeyer, the […]
Downtown museum expansion at the base of the High Line. Heintges has provided exterior envelope consulting services for all phases of design and construction, as well as envelope commissioning services and NYC DOB Special Inspections.
Designed by Ennead Architects, an 18-story laboratory building for Weill Cornell Medical Center fosters interdisciplinary research behind an advanced facade that references the crystalline glass vocabulary of the adjacent Weill Greenberg Center as well as the scale of the surrounding residential fabric. The north, east, […]
A 61-story glass-and-steel tower at the southeast corner of the new World Trade Center site; the 947-foot-tall skyscraper will include 56 office floors (1.8 million square feet) and 5 floors of retail space. Heintges was engaged as the façade design consultant to the design architect during all phases of design and bidding, and during construction administration for the tower’s curtain wall and atrium/lobby enclosure.
Glass-enclosed convention center on New York City’s West Side Highway. In addition to continuous involvement in all phases for the complete replacement of the façade, Heintges was heavily involved in the on-site analysis and testing of the existing conditions. Heintges also assisted the architect with the parallel evaluation and development of an alternate refurbishment scheme during design…
A modern addition to the historic Columbia University campus, this multidisciplinary facility is primarily clad in anodized aluminum rainscreen panels that articulate the building’s truss structure. Heintges was engaged by the architects for the design and engineering of the full exterior envelope.
A seven-story mixed-use building and student center, designed to replace Barnard College’s two-story McIntosh Center, provides the compact, urban campus with an illuminated focal point along its Broadway border. A skeptical board of trustees, partial to conventional brick-and-mortar, was persuaded by an all-glass facade design […]
Part of the Lincoln Center Development Project, the new Hypar Pavilion on the south side of West 65th Street creates an updated entrance to the Lincoln Center Film Society and revitalizes public spaces, adding a restaurant, renovated plaza, reflecting pool, grand staircase, and a swooping roof lawn. The […]
This sensitive, yet bold project revitalizes a Brutalist building, connecting it to the vibrant neighborhood. The project adds a cantilevered extension to the upper floors of the Juilliard School where it faces Broadway, creating a soaring entrance lobby below it and a new projecting, luminous glass façade. The […]
The Standard Hotel is a 19-story boutique hotel across from the Hudson River waterfront in the heart of the Manhattan’s Meatpacking District. The building straddles the High Line, a public city park built on a disused elevated railroad track that runs between (and through) buildings […]
Built in 1962, Edward Durell Stone’s controversial white monolith at 2 Columbus Circle was transformed by Allied Works’ 2008 design into an exhibition space that allows natural light to enter through a series of structural “cuts” in the facade and concrete shell. Inset with transparent […]
This complex intervention to MoMA’s existing midtown building featured 20 wall types and more than 30 types of glass and other finishes, such as black granite cladding and architecturally-exposed structural steel. The grand scale and minimalist aesthetic of the design for the 17-story Yoshio Taniguchi […]