PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Thirteen-story historic Lord and Taylor Department store in midtown Manhattan, acquired in March of 2020 with an extensive core and shell oversight and adaptive reuse renovation program. Office fit-out included ten stories of typical office program, one below-grade training floor (SC1), one rooftop food service amenity floor with adjacent outdoor terrace and courtyard (L11/L12), and top floor events center (L13). Part of the fit-out scope included infrastructure for 30,646 square feet of ground floor future retail space plus an approximately 2,000 square-foot mezzanine.

CLIENT
  • Amazon
LOCATION
  • Adaptive Reuse - Midtown Manhattan
PROJECT SIZE
  • 550,000 SF
COMPLETION DATE
  • 2023
SCOPE OF WORK
  • Site selection
  • Due diligence
  • Acquisition / Disposition / Leasing Transaction Support
  • Entitlements and Landmarks Preservation Commission Approvals
  • Permits and Approvals
  • Architect, Contractor, and other Consultant Selection and Management
  • Design and Construction Management
  • Sustainability Strategies
  • Schedule Development and Management
  • Budget and Cost Control
  • Furniture, Fixtures, and Equipment Coordination
  • Retail Coordination
  • Transition to Operations Support
TEAM
  • Seneca Group - Real Estate Advisor, S&C Renovation Oversight, Tenant Improvement Development Manager
  • Structure Tone - General Contractor
  • WRNS Studio - Tenant Improvement Architect
  • ZGF - Facade Restoration Architect
  • Hargis - MEP and Telecom Designer
  • Scape - Landscape Architect
AWARDS
  • NY Landmarks Conservancy Lucy G. Moses Preservation Project Award 2023