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Porter House

Adopting an innovative approach at merging the old with the new in the Porter House, SHoP architects fascinate the observer with a play of material, light and proportions, resultantly transforming it from a run-down warehouse to a dynamic new landmark for the city of New York.

By: SHoP Architects PC

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View of the Porter House amidst its urban context

Project Details

  • Project Name: Porter House
  • Client: Jeffrey M. Brown Associates and SHoP
  • Project Type: 10-Story Mixed-Use Condominium
  • Location: 66 Ninth Avenue, New York, NY
  • Principal Designers: Christopher R. Sharples, William W. Sharples, Coren D. Sharples, Kimberly J. Holden, Gregg A. Pasquarelli
  • Project Manager: Jonathan Mallie
  • Project Team: Colleen O'Keefe, Jennifer Conway
  • Contractor: Bethel Construction
  • Roofing contractor: L. Martone & Sons, Inc.
  • Metal fabricators: Maloya Laser, Inc
  • Date of commencement of project: July 2002
  • Date of completion of project: December 2003
  • Built-up Area: 51,460 square feet

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