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The St. Regis Residences, Boston

The St. Regis Residences, Boston

Boston, Massachusetts
Client: Cronin Development for The St. Regis Residences, Boston

Project Information

  • Overlooking Boston Harbor, the design of the twisting sculptural form of the St. Regis Residences, Boston, celebrates the forces of the sea and evokes the billowing sails of ships plying the harbor.
  • The 22-story building in Boston’s Seaport District is designed for LEED Silver certification with 114 condominiums, 10,000 square feet of restaurant space, and an underground garage.
  • A large open-air deck at ground level wraps around the building for public enjoyment, completing another segment of Boston’s Harborwalk.

Renderings: Neoscape and Elkus Manfredi Architects

Street level view of St. Regis Residences, Boston
Amenity Loung at the St. Regis Residences, Boston
Woman in bathingsuit at pool at the St. Regis Residences, Boston
View from inside the St. Regis Residences, Boston
View of St. Regis Residences, Boston, from B Street
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The Paramount at Miami Worldcenter

The Paramount at Miami Worldcenter

Miami, Florida
Client: Paramount Ventures

Project Information

  • The Paramount is a residential tower located at the heart of the vibrant mixed-use Miami Worldcenter, a 27-acre development master planned by Elkus Manfredi in downtown Miami.
  • The soaring curvilinear glass tower offers 570 residential units over 55 floors.
  • Its nine-story podium includes publicly accessible world-class retail and structured parking. A rooftop garden and pool deck, soccer pitch, and children’s play area is among the amenities available to residents.

Photos: PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter team and affiliates, © Kevin Vildósola / ODP Architecture and Design

View of pool looking up at The Paramount at Miami Worldcenter
View over the rooftop pool of the Miami skyline from The Paramount at Miami Worldcenter
Lobby at The Paramount Miamia Worldcenter
Interior living space at The Paramount Miami Worldcenter
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Meriel Marina Bay

Meriel Marina Bay

Quincy, Massachusetts
Client: Hines, Redgate Development

Project Description

  • This amenity-rich, mixed-use residential complex offers 352 apartments in an oceanside community just south of downtown Boston.
  • The firm designed all common areas, including the lobbies, club rooms, lounges, fitness center, and kitchen/café spaces.
  • Design touches, like a handmade felted wool wall-covering, lends softness while the colors throughout the space transition from rich ocean hues to earthy tones.

Photographer: Andrew Bordwin

Award

Honorable Mention – Illumination Awards

Illuminating Engineering Society, Boston and Rhode Island Section, 2019

Award

Finalist – Residential Development Interiors

World Interior News, 2018

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One Seaport

One Seaport

Boston, Massachusetts
Client: Berkshire Group, WS Development, Boston Global Investors

Project Description

  • Two separate, interactive mixed-use buildings covering two city blocks, each building with a three-story base of retail, restaurant, and entertainment venues.
  • Atop the two podia are two 22-story residential towers offering 832 apartments, including nearly 100 “innovation units.”
  • Generous amenities include a 24-hour concierge, underground parking, bicycle storage, and an 8,000-square-foot common space, a business center, fitness center, and a play area for pets.
  • Provides 24/7, pedestrian-friendly street life to this rapidly growing neighborhood.

Photographer: Andrew Bordwin (interiors) and Mark Flannery (exteriors)

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Emerson College: Two Boylston Place

Emerson College: Two Boylston Place

Boston, Massachusetts
Client: Emerson College

Project Description

  • 18-story, 375-bed residence hall offers suites, single, double, and triple student residences in the heart of the college’s growing campus in Boston’s historic Theatre District.
  • Features five themed, destination common rooms that address the urban campus’s need for indoor and outdoor communal student spaces.
  • Designed to achieve LEED-NC Gold while preserving and incorporating the façade of an historic Ancient Landmark Building into the new structure.

Photographer: Peter Vanderwarker

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200 Amsterdam

200 Amsterdam

New York, New York

Project Description

  • A stunning new condominium residence in the heart of the Upper West Side located moments from Lincoln Center and Central Park.
  • Inspired by the grand landmarks lining Central park West, 200 Amsterdam is a contemporary interpretation of New York’s pre-war classics.
  • Residences re imagined with timeless elements for a modern lifestyle. Distinctive entryways, stately kitchens and marble-clad bathrooms combine with breathtaking city, river and Central Park views.
  • Amenities envisioned for cultivated New Yorker’s of every age. Three full floors of considered elements — a dedicated spa, 75-foot saltwater pool, Little Composer’s Room for children and a private club — foster a sense of tranquility and balance.
  • For more information on this project please refer to the following website https://200amsterdam.com.

Architecture by Elkus Manfredi Architects and Interiors by CetraRuddy

Renderings by Binyan Studios

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The Americana at Brand

The Americana at Brand

Glendale, California
Client: Caruso Affiliated

Project Description

  • An eight-block mixed-use redevelopment, this thriving family lifestyle destination revitalizes its neighborhood and provides 600,000 sf of stores and restaurants, 338 residences, a 1.6‑acre park, and parking.
  • Planned along Brand Boulevard and around a new park, the development includes active street-level shops and restaurants.
  • New and existing streets connect the site with its surrounding urban context; sidewalks are wide, with specialty paving, planting, and lighting.

Photographer: RMA Architectural Photographers

Award

Pacific Coast Builders Conference

Gold Nugget Grand Award

Award

California Redevelopment Association

Award of Excellence — Mixed-Use Development

Award

International Council of Shopping Centers US Design and Development Awards

Innovative Design and Development of a New Mixed-Use Project

Americana at Brand Caruso Way
Americana at Brand Cinema Fountain
Americana at Brand Cinema 2
Americana at Brand Americana Way
Americana at Brand pool
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Ink Block

Ink Block

Boston, Massachusetts
Client: National Development

Ink Block is a game changer, not only in the South End, but in the entire City of Boston. Elkus Manfredi’s design of the seven individual buildings that form the block has a fresh urban edge that is a catalyst for a thriving new neighborhood.”

Ted Tye

Principal, National Development

Project Description

  • This 463,000-sf mixed-use hub was developed on 6.2‑acre industrial site that was once home to the Boston Herald.
  • Five residential buildings, a hotel, and ground floor retail combine to create a dynamic 24/7 urban neighborhood.
  • Re-envisioned block honors site’s history and links formerly disconnected industrial and residential neighborhoods.
  • Three rental and two condominium buildings are each designed with a different aesthetic vernacular to appeal to multiple tenant profiles.

Gustav Hoiland (exteriors), Andrew Bordwin (interiors)

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TEAM MEMBER SPOTLIGHT

Pattern and texture are of critical design interest to me. More than mere surface treatment, they add depth, vitality, and meaning to architecture.”

Honor Merceret LEED AP

Architect, Elkus Manfredi Architects

Karen Sakey
TEAM MEMBER SPOTLIGHT

My favorite part of Ink Block is the strong vision for the site and the design concepts developed for each building. We took inspiration from the industrial history of the site, the printing presses from the Boston Herald factory, the cartoons from the newspaper funnies — the list goes on. Overall it was a fun, collaborative process with the client, and the concept drove our design to be a success!”

Karen Sakey  IIDA, LEED AP ID+C

Interior Designer, Elkus Manfredi Architects

Ink Block Dinner Party
Ink Block Sepia Lobby Seating
Ink Block Sepia Roof Terrace
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Van Ness Residences

Van Ness Residences

Boston, Massachusetts
Client: Samuels & Associates

Van Ness is a microcosm of the best of Boston. It has taken the neighborhood to a whole new level, bringing together a dynamic mix of professionals who live in its contemporary and striking residences, and those who work within its flexible office spaces. We are seeing a total transformation of the blocks between Van Ness and Boylston Streets with new restaurants and appealing retail continuing to sprout up, which is a testament to the impact of this project.”

Joel Sklar

President and Principal, Samuels & Associates

Project Description

  • This 116,160-sf tower with 172 apartments is the residential component of the 870,000-sf mixed-use Van Ness development, a major component in the revitalization of Boston’s Fenway neighborhood.
  • The nine-story building, built atop a four-level retail podium, features signature residential design and amenities, including a rooftop terrace, fourth-level landscaped terrace, plus a fitness center, gaming lounge, TV lounge, and executive conference room.

Photographer: Chuck Choi (exteriors), Garrett Roland (interiors), Jasper Sanidad (interiors)

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Emily Bulkeley
TEAM MEMBER SPOTLIGHT

The design was inspired by the Emerald Necklace, a continuous chain of nine public parks intertwined within Boston’s Fenway neighborhood. The reception area invites the outdoors in with an explosion of lush green living walls accompanied by natural timber and floral jewel-tone materials. The custom bronze welcome desk, showcasing a raised map of the surrounding neighborhood, grounds the space.”

Emily Bulkeley

Interior Designer, Elkus Manfredi Architects

 

Van Ness Residences Reception Lobby Green Wall
Van Ness Residences Ground Floor Elevator
Van Ness Residences Amenity Bar
Van Ness Residences Terrace
Van Ness Residences Roof Deck
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The Modern at Fort Lee

The Modern at Fort Lee

Fort Lee, New Jersey
Client: SJP Properties

Project Description

  • Rising from a podium above the Palisades and the Hudson River and clad in taut glass curtainwall, this mixed-use lifestyle development makes a striking statement and creates a new landmark combining residences, retail, and dining with easy access to Manhattan.
  • The two 47-story towers offer 902 luxury apartments and a collection of shared residential amenities, including flexible lounge and dining areas, private outdoor barbeque niches, a large pool, a great lawn area with a jumbotron, fitness venues, a spa, and a business center.
  • The site’s 1.75-acre public park features a destination restaurant.

Photographers: Robert Benson (exteriors), Evan Joseph (exteriors and interiors), Adrian Wilson (interiors), Terrace aerial courtesy of Melillo + Bauer Associates

The Modern Sky
The Modern Reception
The Modern Lawn