Trinity Financial takes a bow in its stunningly successful restoration of 14 five-story tenement buildings, providing residents with quality housing and earning praises from the New York Landmarks Conservancy.
“The guidelines, which make the city the first in the nation to integrate multiple climate risks into its capital program, are critical steps to ensure that the built environment is more resilient, critical infrastructure is stronger, and our coastal communities are protected.”
In a word, yes.
If you have any doubt about patience being a virtue, look no further than the folks at Pacolet Milliken Enterprises, whose vision during the mortgage crisis will pay off handsomely while showcasing some of the other smartest guys in the room Earlier this month, ENR New York‘s Peter Maloney wrote a brilliant, ‘Best Project, Office/Retail/Mixed-Use’ piece titled “Project of the Year: 7 […]
Christians planning on making a Holy Land pilgrimage — for many, a once-in-a-lifetime journey — may want to wait until Easter 2017, when the scaffolding used to restore the ancient Church of the Nativity is expected to come down. While the $15-million repair, conservation and restoration of the church, which is revered as the site […]