While most of New York University’s campus seamlessly weaves into the historic urban fabric surrounding Washington Square Park, the new John A. Paulson Center stands as its own bustling city block: a beacon of centrality, connectivity, and community. Working in collaboration with Kieran Timberlake and […]
A seventeen-story mixed-use building, Site 5, is part of a six building revitalization effort located between MIT’s campus and Kendall Square. The building combines retail and museum programs in the four-story podium and office space in the tower above. The podium massing relates in scale […]
The new 750,000-square-foot David H. Koch Center for Cancer Care at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center is the largest stand-alone cancer care center in New York City and foregrounds the development and utilization of innovative outpatient treatment programs. Offering nearly every aspect of outpatient cancer […]
Manhattan’s Hudson Yards is the largest private real estate development in U.S. history, jointly developed by Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group and incorporating 17 million square feet of commercial and residential space, a cultural center, park space, a public school, and a luxury hotel. […]
Designed by SHoP Architects, Uber’s new global headquarters is composed of two iconic buildings situated in San Francisco’s rapidly developing Mission Bay. The two highly transparent buildings frame a small park, retain public corridors through the site, and are connected by multiple glass bridges that […]
Studio Gang’s rippling design for MIRA (Folsom Bay Tower), located blocks from the Bay Bridge, makes reference to the classic bay window found in so many homes throughout San Francisco. The startling geometry of the tower was generated by the simple repetition of 10 unique […]
Designed by Snøhetta, Temple University’s new Charles Library is defined by a solid base clad in vertical sections of Mesabi black granite in narrow 6-inch strips with a split-face finish and sawn reveals in a variety of dimensions. Anchoring a new social and academic hub […]
Standing proudly at the foot of Hudson Boulevard amongst the towers, 50 Hudson Yards is surrounded by the public plaza of the boulevard, and the flows of traffic along 34th Street and 10th Avenues. Designed by Foster + Partners and developed by Related Companies and […]
Pier 4 in Boston’s Seaport District has been transformed from the former site of the famous Anthony’s Pier 4 restaurant into a mixed-use development. Surrounded by the continuation of the Harbor Walk, the site now houses a premier office building, a luxury condominium building, and […]
Tata Innovation Center at Cornell Tech is a major advancement in the university’s effort to bring industry and academia together on its groundbreaking Roosevelt Island campus. The project is a seven-story corporate co-location building, a contemporary R&D hub that is a flexible incubator designed to […]
Designed by Thomas Phifer and Partners, 222 Second Street is a 26-story LEED registered office tower at the intersection of San Francisco’s SoMa and Downtown district. The building’s cutting-edge design and construction speak directly to the aspirations of the neighborhood, and provide breathtaking views of […]
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, […]
Pier 4, located in the Seaport District, extends roughly 400 feet into Boston Harbor. Once the site of the famous Anthony’s Pier 4 restaurant, the pier has been redeveloped for mixed use with expansive public spaces, including the continuation of the Harbor Walk around the […]
New nanotechnology research facility. Heintges served the architect as enclosure consultant from pre-design through construction administration.