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110 149th STREET

This new six-story office and retail building is a distinctive gateway development at one of the busiest entrances to the Bronx. It will serve as a catalyst for the continuing revitalization of the 149th Street commercial corridor and Grand Concourse South historic district. 


Strategic portions of the facade have been peeled away and articulated with accent color and expanses of glass, framing views of the Bronx skyline and the Harlem River. The playful shifting window pattern—a simple composition of only two window sizes—echoes the pulsating motion of cars, subways, and people coursing through this teeming crossroads of the city. The asymmetrical floor plate design places the circulation and mechanical core along the rear wall, allowing the entire rentable footprint to be open for maximum planning flexibility and access to windows.

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Project completed with Dattner Architects. Role: Lead Designer

Professional renderings by Synoesis

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