The world-famous High Line park has spawned much development on Manhattan’s West Side since it opened in 2009. Many of the new buildings abutting the elevated park incorporate terraces and roof gardens, but none more creatively or abundantly than 512 West 22nd Street, a new office building designed by COOKFOX. The architects answered a few questions about the building.
Location: New York City, USA
Client: Vornado Realty Trust, The Albanese Organization
- Design Principal: Rick Cook
- Project Architects: Arno Adkins, Adam Beaulieu, Spencer Lapp
- Project Team: Dan Cohen, Simone De Conno, Leila Hirvonen, Morteza Karimi Erin McLaughlin, Oscar Solarte, Giacomo Vischi
Structural Engineer: DeSimone Consulting Engineers
MEP/FP Engineer: WSP
Façade Consultant: Buro Happold Engineering
Landscape Architect: MKM Landscape Architecture PC
Lighting Designer: Brett Malak Lighting Design Inc
Interior Designer: COOKFOX Architects
LEED/Sustainability Vidaris, Inc.
Acoustical: Shen Milsom Wilke
Civil Engineer: Delargent Design Architecture PC
Geotechnical: Geodesign Incorporated PC/URS/AECOM
General Contractor: OmniBuild, Inc.
Site Area: 19,750 sf
Building Area: 157,000 sf