NYC Sukkahs

Weekly Highlights

Weekly Highlights: Top Picks from the 6sqft Staff

By Dana Schulz, Sat, October 11, 2014

JCC Manhattan Sukkah 2014, Sukkot Architecture, sukkah architecture, jewish architecture, where to celebrate sukkot nyc, sukkah design
  • We talk to architect Andrew Franz about his ability to blend the old with the new through thoughtful material choices and a unique use of light and space–a modernist not a minimalist.
  • New 39-story Tribeca condo tower could be an architectural stunner.
  • Sukkot Architecture: New York City’s sukkahs come in all shapes, sizes, and locations.
  • The first part of our renovation diary series introduces readers to a historic, fixer-upper Clinton Hill townhouse and the owners’ renovation plans.
  • Fashion designer Elie Tahari buys two units at 15 Central Park West for $25 million.
  • Walk through a vibrating, futuristic-looking pink amoeba installation at the Storefront for Architecture.

Images: The JCC in Manhattan‘s eco-friendly sukkah (L); Situation NY © Miguel de Guzman (R)

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