Naval Cemetery Landscape Grand Opening This Morning!

May 20, 2016
Naval Cemetery Landscape Grand Opening This Morning!

Naval Cemetery Landscape Grand Opening

Friday, May 20, 2016 from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM 63 Williamsburg Street West, Brooklyn

A new landscape of native flora dedicated to pollinators and offering relief from the built environment will open to [...more...]


Brooklyn Brewery Taps Navy Yard for Expansion | Wall Street Journal

May 15, 2016
Brooklyn Brewery Taps Navy Yard for Expansion | Wall Street Journal

Brooklyn Brewery, a Williamsburg-based company that has grown in popularity alongside its namesake borough, has cut a deal to move its headquarters to the Brooklyn Navy Yard. The company is leasing 75,000 square feet at Building 77, a 1-million-square-foot [...more...]


Jane’s Walk around the Brooklyn Navy Yard – May 6th

May 3, 2016
Jane’s Walk around the Brooklyn Navy Yard – May 6th

New Lab at the Brooklyn Navy Yard aerial photo by Marvel Vision

This Friday May 6 at 4:00pm, Jonathan Marvel will lead another Jane’s Walk, as part of the sixth annual event hosted by The Municipal Arts Society of New York. Get a rare glimpse [...more...]


Brooklyn Real Estate Roundtable Series – May 3

May 2, 2016
Brooklyn Real Estate Roundtable Series – May 3

Anne Ketterer will give a presentation on the ZQA (Zoning for Quality and Affordability) recently passed by the City Council and what it means for you. At Marvel, Anne focuses on the design of affordable housing, approaching the design process [...more...]


APS Wins 2016 IDEAS2 Award from the American Institute of Steel Construction

Apr 16, 2016
APS Wins 2016 IDEAS2 Award from the American Institute of Steel Construction

National IDEAS2 Award Winner: American Physical Society | photo © David Sundberg/ESTO

The American Institute of Steel Construction has presented Gilsanz Murray Steficek with the National IDEAS2 Award for 2016 for their work on the American [...more...]


A new competition for interactive, temporary memorials in Washington D.C. | Architect’s Newspaper

Apr 12, 2016
A new competition for interactive, temporary memorials in Washington D.C. | Architect’s Newspaper

Janet Echelman’s sculpture 1.8 references the 1.8 microseconds that earth’s day lost when the 2011 earthquake and tsunami struck Japan. Weather and wind affected the piece’s color created by projections upon a rope fiber [...more...]


Brooklyn Law School | Panel Discussion “Brooklyn: The Sky’s the Limit”

Apr 12, 2016
Brooklyn Law School | Panel Discussion “Brooklyn: The Sky’s the Limit”

Jonathan Marvel will be participating in the networking reception and panel discussion “Brooklyn: The Sky’s the Limit,” this evening at Brooklyn Law School organized by the Center for Urban Business Entrepreneurship (CUBE). [...more...]


Classic Homes Go Green | The Residences at Prince

Apr 11, 2016
Classic Homes Go Green | The Residences at Prince

The luxury residences being built in what used to be St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral School in New York City will be modern, energy-efficient homes on the inside—but retain historic landmark status on the outside. The property, to be known [...more...]


Memorials for the Future | Phase I – Initial Application Process Open Now

Apr 11, 2016
Memorials for the Future | Phase I – Initial Application Process Open Now

“The National Park Service (NPS), the National Capital Planning Commission (NCPC), and Van Alen Institute are collaborating on Memorials for the Future, an ideas competition to reimagine how we think about, feel, and experience [...more...]


technical.ly | Inside The Navy Yard’s Ambitious Plans to Become More Than Just a Tech Hub

Mar 31, 2016
technical.ly | Inside The Navy Yard’s Ambitious Plans to Become More Than Just a Tech Hub

“The new entrance to Building 77 will be a food court of sorts for the workers at the Navy Yard. Its anchor tenant will be Russ & Daughters, which will have a retail storefront and also commercial cooking and baking space. The Navy [...more...]