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A Birthplace of Ships, Transformed - NYTimes.com

The city turned the site of the Brooklyn Navy Yard into an industrial park, and today it seems to be a model of eco-friendly adaptive reuse.

Architectural design firm WORKac, have completed the renovation of a historical building with a cast-iron facade in New York City, and transformed it into modern apartments.

This old building in New York has been transformed into modern apartments

This historical apartment building in New York City received an ultra modern roof extension and updated interior.

The Porter House by SHoP Architects - Meatpacking District

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I love the original brick detailing on this building. The later addition is a trifle jarring, though. The Porter House by SHoP Architects - Meatpacking District

Utilizing adaptive reuse in Rochester, New York!

Adaptive Reuse of Buildings in Rochester, NY and Buffalo, NY

TWA Hotel at JFK Airport Plans to Open in 2019 With Nods to Iconic Airline  The old TWA Terminal at JFK Airport is being reimagined as a hotel set to open in 2019. Bloomberg  Skift Take: This project has seen so many delays we'll just be glad to see it finally open (we hope) in around 18 months or so.   Deanna Ting  Theres nothing even remotely glamorous about sleeping in an airport hotel.  But in roughly 18 months the opening of the TWA Hotel a 505-room remastering of the spaceship-like…

TWA Hotel at JFK Airport Plans to Open in 2019 With Nods to Iconic Airline The old TWA Terminal at JFK Airport is being reimagined as a hotel set to open in 2019. Bloomberg Skift Take: This project has seen so many delays we'll just be glad to see it finally open (we hope) in around 18 months or so. Deanna Ting Theres nothing even remotely glamorous about sleeping in an airport hotel. But in roughly 18 months the opening of the TWA Hotel a 505-room remastering of the spaceship-like…

Interiors Awards 2012: Adaptive Reuse  DiMenna Center for Classical Music in New York designed by H3 Hardy Collaboration Architecture

Interiors Awards Adaptive Reuse DiMenna Center for Classical Music in New York designed by Hardy Collaboration Architecture

Highline, New York City ● 2 years ago, @azrtemp and I had a 7 hour layover in NYC as we hustled through the ✈️ to leave our bags in a locker, take a crowded 🚉 into the city, and rush to our destination: @highlinenyc. As urbanists, we have a soft spot for adaptive reuse of old things into well-designed, active spaces...and the Highline surely takes the 🎂. Walking a couple stories up in the air amidst the highrises on this elevated section of a disused 🛤 is seriously the coolest. It doesn't…

Highline, New York City ● 2 years ago, @azrtemp and I had a 7 hour layover in NYC as we hustled through the ✈️ to leave our bags in a locker, take a crowded 🚉 into the city, and rush to our destination: @highlinenyc. As urbanists, we have a soft spot for adaptive reuse of old things into well-designed, active spaces...and the Highline surely takes the 🎂. Walking a couple stories up in the air amidst the highrises on this elevated section of a disused 🛤 is seriously the coolest. It doesn't…

Noah Levine of the Jewish Community Legacy Project, left, and Rev. Cass L. Shaw, general presbyter for the Albany Presbytery, were among the featured speakers at the New York Landmarks Conservancy conference regarding the adaptive reuse of religious properties held at the Carey Center in Rensselaerville Thursday. (Mike McMahon/The Record)

Noah Levine of the Jewish Community Legacy Project, left, and Rev. Cass L. Shaw, general presbyter for the Albany Presbytery, were among the featured speakers at the New York Landmarks Conservancy conference regarding the adaptive reuse of religious properties held at the Carey Center in Rensselaerville Thursday. (Mike McMahon/The Record)

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