Top of raised floor to bottom-of-slab
+1,520 sq ft terrace
Property Group Partners, formerly Louis Dreyfus Property Group, is a fully integrated real estate company with over forty years of experience building premier properties and luxury landmarks. Headquartered in New York City with offices in Washington, D.C. and Wilton, Connecticut, the firm has developed, acquired and managed first-class office buildings in North America and Europe.
An internationally recognized firm, Property Group Partners’ leadership is focused on the quality development, ownership and management of world-class buildings. With a strong belief in reimagining cityscapes and revitalizing neighborhoods through “beyond LEED” sustainable building and innovative engineering, the firm developed such projects as Four Seasons Hotel in Georgetown and Station Place, the 1.6-million-square-foot development connected to Union Station that is the headquarters of the SEC. Current projects include 860 Washington Street on the High Line in New York City’s Meatpacking District, Capitol Crossing in Washington, D.C., and 52 Lime Street in London.
Romanoff Equities is a thriving New York City real estate enterprise that has been owned and operated by the Romanoff family for more than 60 years in the heart of the Meatpacking District. Romanoff Equities boasts various premier commercial, retail and residential properties throughout the Meatpacking District. The company's properties are anchored by highend retail and specialty stores, developments includes 402 West 13th Street and the block at 829 Washington Street housing tenants such as Tory Burch, Vince, Zadig & Voltaire, Helmut Lang, and the Renzo Piano Building Workshop. The company enjoys long-standing relationships with its tenants and the neighborhood at large, and is known as an accessible, hands-on business partner. Known as the "Icons of the Meatpacking District", the Romanoffs are active in neighborhood revitalization and sustainability efforts, serving as key supporters of Friends of the High Line and the Meatpacking District Initiative.
James Carpenter studied architecture and sculpture at the Rhode Island School of Design, graduating in 1972. Mr. Carpenter actively exhibited his sculpture and installation film projects in the United States and Europe and worked from 1972 through 1982 as a consultant with Corning Glass Works in Corning, New York. He worked on the development of new glass materials including photo responsive glasses and various glass ceramics. These research projects were aimed at potential architectural application that would utilize the unique technical capabilities of these glasses to control and manipulate light and information, and this work eventually brought him back to the design of public realm. This emphasis on theoretical aesthetic and industrial materials research, together with Mr. Carpenter’s ongoing cross-disciplinary design practice, continues to inform and guide the work of James Carpenter Design Associates.
Mr. Carpenter is the recipient of numerous awards including the National Environmental Design Award from the Smithsonian Institution, the American Institute of Architects Honor Awards and a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship in 2004.