City and State officials today announced the opening of Tres Puentes Senior Apartments, a $117.7 million affordable senior housing development that is continuing revitalization efforts in the South Bronx. The development includes 175 apartments for seniors and individuals with special needs and 10,000 square feet of health-orientated commercial and community space, and expands the existing Borinquen Court Senior Center that provides services for residents and neighborhood seniors. Read the full article here
On Saturday, May 18, AIA New York held its second-annual Day of Service. Five groups of volunteers helped to bring ideas to life for nonprofit organizations around New York City. Leading up to this special day were months of behind-the-scenes planning, design, and coordination on behalf of the many architecture firms and teams leading these projects.
Mayor Bill De Blasio held a news event at the site of Tres Puentes and Borinquen Court on January 16, 2019 to celebrating the financing of 34,160 affordable homes last year. To celebrate this historic milestone, the Mayor visited Tres Puentes, a new senior housing development financed through HPD’s Senior Affordable Rental Apartments program. These 175 new affordable apartments for seniors, including 53 formerly homeless seniors, were constructed on what had been a parking lot and underused space next to Borinquen Court, a 145-apartment federal Housing and Urban Development 202 senior project that the City previously preserved. This project is the prototype for the new Housing+ initiative proposed as part of HNY 2.0. See the full article here.
Join us for a reception on Monday, March 19 from 6-8pm at 297 11th Street in Park Slope to see our newly renovated townhouse and celebrate the people who helped make it happen with some refreshments.
Our new residential project in Park Slope has been featured on Brownstoner’s column House of the Day!
Our 8th Street House has been featured by Brownstoner on their weekly column The Insider! Check out the full article here.
October 12, 2017 – Shakespeare Gordon Vlado Architects is seeking a full-time junior architect with a minimum of one year of experience to work in our office on a range of residential and institutional projects. See the qualifications we’re looking for and how to apply over at the job postings on Archinect.
We are excited to announce that both East and West buildings of the Tres Puentes development have topped out!
Shakespeare Gordon Vlado Architects is pleased to announce that we will be moving to a new, larger office in Gowanus! We would welcome you to come visit us in our new location at 168 7th Street, Suite 316, Brooklyn, NY 11215 starting October 1st.
We are pleased to announce that Rebuilding Together NYC has moved into their new office in Gowanus! It was a pleasure working with such a friendly and devoted organization to help provide a space that fits their mission and growing needs.
In the coming weeks we have two events that feature the new book that features our 10th Street House, New York Living: Re-Inventing Home. On Tuesday, May 23rd the authors will be signing books at the LUMIFER Showroom from 5pm – 8pm with refreshments. On Tuesday, June 6th there will be a panel discussion with the authors and several of the architects whose projects have been featured in the book at the General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen from 6:30pm – 7:30pm.
A few of our projects have been featured this week on the Editor’s Picks section of Dwell Homes! Go take a look.
Shakespeare Gordon Vlado Architects is excited to announce that one of our projects will be featured in an upcoming book, New York Living: Re-Inventing Home by Paul Gunther, Gay Giordano and Charles Davey. Our 10th Street house is on the cover! The book features a host of contemporary homes throughout New York and will be released by Rizzoli on April 11, 2017. You can pre-order a copy here.
Follow along as our projects come together in design development and while under construction over on our Instagram page!
We are pleased to announce the formation of our new firm, Shakespeare Gordon Vlado Architects by the principals Amy Shakespeare, Mark Gordon and Nicole Vlado. Read more about us on our about page.