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East 180th Street Station
Lee Harris Pomeroy Architects with Weidlinger Associates
Bronx Early Childhood Center
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East 180th Street Station – 18 Feb 2013
The New York City Transit Authority’s East 180th Street Station has just undergone a $65 million restoration and upgrade that reestablishes the 100-year-old complex as a major Bronx landmark. This station was originally meant to be the flagship for the emerging New York Westchester and Boston Railway Company and its transformation returns it to its original glory. Lee Harris Pomeroy Architects with Weidlinger Associates, structural engineers, assisted the Transit Authority in achieving it.

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Bronx Childhood Center
Design: Gran Kriegel Associates
Bronx Early Childhood Center
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Bronx Childhood Center
The Bronx center is among the first schools in New York City to have been designed in compliance with Local Law 86, following the NYC Green Schools Guide and Rating System. This system is based on the LEED Green Building Rating System, and was deemed equivalent for the purposes of Local Law 86. The new ECC, which will serve pre-K through 3rd grade students, will be the equivalent of a LEED silver facility.

Bronx County Hall of Justice
Design: Rafael Vinoly Architects
Bronx County Hall of Justice
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Bronx County Hall of Justice

Croton Water Filtration Plant, Van Cortlandt Park
Architects: Grimshaw
Croton Water Filtration Plant Bronx
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Croton Plant Bronx
Fresh water supply is one of the most pressing environmental issues facing the world today. The new Croton Water Filtration plant is located in Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx and is the city’s first water filtration facility. The project entails a great number of sustainable practices on both a civic scale and a highly specific technical level.

FDNY Rescue Company 3
Design: Ennead Architects
FDNY Rescue Company 3 Bronx
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FDNY Rescue Company 3 Bronx
Inspired by the firefighters and their gear, the design for this new firehouse reflects the tradition of invention, experimentation, efficiency and rigorous training that characterizes one the most highly specialized FDNY units in the City of New York. In addition to the spaces typically found in fire stations – offices, dining facilities, dormitory, an Apparatus Bay for the Company’s vehicles – the building contains specialized training areas.

High Bridge Museum
Design: e+i studio
High Bridge Museum Bronx
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Museum Building in the Bronx
The project is conceived as a suspended cloud reinvesting the existing infrastructure with new cultural and recreational possibilities. It is an image of dramatic infrastructure surrounded by clouds in the sky, a deterritorialized zone suspended above and between the city. The structural rings also house the Croton Aqueduct Museum, a new museum typology.


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