DXA Studio Engaged as Design Architect for 269 4th Avenue in Park Slope
New York – DXA studio, a New York City-based architecture and design firm, has announced that they have been selected as the design architects for 269 4th Avenue in Park Slope, a new mixed-use development in one of Brooklyn’s most sought after areas. The building is being developed by the innovative New York City development company, New Empire Corporation.
The 51,912 square foot, 12-story building will be located directly on 4th Avenue, between 1st Street and Garfield Place, a very desirable Park Slope location, and will contain
39 residential units as well as a ground floor commercial space.
“We are thrilled to be working on this project in such a wonderful New York City neighborhood. In fact, it’s the neighborhood I’ve called home the past 14 years” said Jordan Rogove, co-founder of DXA studio. “We look forward to the building becoming a new home for current neighborhood residents as well as New Yorkers who want to be a part of the Park Slope community.”
“New Empire Corporation is excited to be working with DXA studio to develop and construct what we believe will provide excellent new residential opportunities for New Yorkers attracted to the vibrant Park Slope Community,” said Bentley Zhao, President of New Empire Corporation. “269 4th Avenue will attract a variety of new residents to Park Slope with the full range of housing options and amenities that the building will offer.”
Park Slope is one of Brooklyn’s most sought after residential areas, known for charming historic brownstones and quiet tree lined streets, and its proximity to Prospect Park.
About DXA studio
DXA studio’s expertise spans an uncommonly broad spectrum of project types including multi-family and single family residential, commercial, institutional, hotel and event design. DXA provides a rare balance of highly crafted design and exceptional project management, with particular adeptness at landmarks, loft board and zoning approvals, and NYC City Planning and Uniform Land Use Review Procedures.
DXA studio’s current work includes interiors at Essex Crossing, 242 Broome Street, the 300,000 SF Hap 8 condo and rental towers in Chelsea, a multi-phase development in Astoria, 280 St. Marks, Mt. Pleasant Church Conversion, 100 Barclay and Galapagos Detroit. Additionally, DXA is designing four ground up single-family townhouses for private clients ranging from 5,000 to 15,000 SF, a 15-story tower in the Lower East Side, multiple performance venues including the famed Blue Note jazz club and the Highline Ballroom, and is working on a sustainable and health-focused development in St. Marc, Haiti as a result of winning an international design competition
At DXA studio, a project begins with an open exchange of ideas and collaboration. The client’s program and desires, along with the complexities of the project’s site are used to create a conceptual framework by which an architecture of distinctive identity, clarity, and ingenuity is created.
For more information about DXA studio, please visit http://www.dxastudio.com/.
About New Empire Corp.
New Empire Corp. is a Vertically integrated Real Estate Development Platform, increasingly recognized as one of the most active and innovative developers in New York City. New Empire Corp. (“New Empire”) offers in-house expertise that spans a myriad of real estate disciplines ranging from the sourcing and analysis of target properties to zoning, capital formation, architecture and design, construction management, marketing and property management. For the past 20 + years, and with a staff of over 300 industry professionals, New Empire has evolved into a fully vertically integrated business that has successfully renovated, built and developed over 100 mixed-use, residential, rental, condo, and hotel real estate projects, in premier locations, throughout New York City, resulting in over $1.5 Billion in real estate sales. It has just announced, the launch of its senior housing division as part of its growth strategy. For further information, please visit us at www.nec.us.