The New York Times | 7/22/2015

A Hudson Yards Garden Will Grow With Concrete, Coolant and High-Power Fans

Though the 4.5-acre Public Square will look like a garden when it is finished in late 2018 (according to the current timetable), it will actually be the roof of a working rail yard. The trees and plants will sit in beds that are 18 inches to four feet deep, isolated from the heat below. The Public Square might be likened, in small scale, to Riverside Park and Park Avenue, both of which span active railroad lines.

The OC Register | 11/13/2015

Leasing underway at Solaria

Mention affordable housing, and many people don’t imagine extras like a theater...

Esquire | 11/9/2015

The Man Behind Al Maryah Central

Ken Himmel, the master planner, explains his vision for the Abu Dhabi island.

New York Business Journal | 11/2/2015

Will Hudson Yards become Silicon Alley West?

Hudson Yards is poised to be home to young, cutting edge tech companies.

Bloomberg Business | 10/29/2015

KKR to Buy Offices at 30 Hudson Yards

The multinational private equity firm agreed to buy about 343,000 SF of office space at 30 Hudson Yards.

Collaborators Magazine | 10/25/2015

Argent Related Named One of the Most Powerful Partnerships

The partnership placed 4th in Collaborators Magazine.

Chicago Tribune | 10/23/2015

Architect Edward H. Bennett Honored with New Building

Related Midwest names its apartment and condo tower at 451 E. Grand Ave. "One Bennett Park."

New York Magazine | 10/20/2015

Hunters Point South the New Gold Standard for Affordable Housing

Good architecture can survive budgetary rigors.

The New York Times | 10/16/2015

Supers Who Break the Glass Ceiling

Among over 3,000 unionized superintendents in New York City, perhaps a few dozen are women.