Marvel’s Harvard Club addition is featured in the Commercial Observer today.
Ivy Leaguers Soon To Dine Al Fresco at Harvard Club
by Lauren Elkies Schram
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Marvel Architects’ 14+9 Townhouses pictured in today’s AM New York!
Boerum Hill – A Quaint and Historic Nabe
by Marjorie A. Cohen
Photography by Linda Rosier
NYCHA announced the long-delayed renovation of the historic tenements that comprise the Randolph Houses in Harlem. In 2010, we worked with NYCHA’s team to develop the master plan that restarted this project and set the course for movement [...more...]
Marvel Architects has been chosen by Saint Ann’s School in Brooklyn Heights for a visioning, master plan and programming campus study. Phase I of the project began in September 2013. [...more...]
Photo by Steve Ruark for The Baltimore Sun, Nov. 2010
As former collaborators in Rogers Marvel Architects we are thrilled to see the recognition of the fruit of our work on the Henderson-Hopkins School celebrated on the front page of the New [...more...]
Pierhouse Pedestrian Bridge | Marvel Architects
This past weekend, Toll Brothers launched 12 units for sale at Pierhouse in Brooklyn Bridge Park and “sold them all” immediately!
Read the article on Brownstoner
More about the project [...more...]
Sara Krulwich of The New York Times photographed the Vintry Fine Wines store for the front of the NY Times Dining section. Click here to read the full article.
photo © Sara Krulwich for the NY Times [...more...]
“What is most astonishing about the sumptuous restoration of the I. Miller facade on West 46th Street is that it was accompanied by the construction of a 150-foot-high LED sign that towers over the store but seems thoroughly appropriate.” [...more...]
Jonathan Marvel has an op-ed in Crain’s New York Business making the connection between the demand for micro-unit housing and the shortage of affordable housing in New York City.
“The city has a micro-unit pilot project underway [...more...]
Lana Bortolot of the Wall Street Journal puts the 14+9 Townhouses in context:
© The Wall Street Journal
“Begun as a set of 14 single-family homes in 2006 on a formerly blighted block of empty lots, and now nearing completion with an additional [...more...]