The architecture of Manhattan is a true example of artful and modern architecture paired with stunning skyline views. The top architecture firm in Manhattan, Issac & Stern Architects, has been a massive part of transforming the Manhattan skyline. Their functional yet artfully aesthetic building designs helped Issac & Stern establish a reputation as the most renowned architecture firm in Manhattan, NY. Their impressive and diverse portfolio of designing many mixed-use, commercial and residential architectural projects speaks volumes of their extensive experience.
Issac and Stern Architects was established in 1988 by New York’s most renowned Architect Ramy Issac. Ramy Issac is not only one of the best architects in New York, but he is also an award-winning artist who has won numerous awards for his paintings. Indeed, his passion for art inspires him to create such artful buildings with exquisite designs perfectly in harmony with building functionality.
Following are some of the latest building projects designed by the award-winning Manhattan architecture firm Issac & Stern Architects:
Condo Development at 359 Second Avenue In Gramercy, Manhattan
This 359 Second Avenue project located in the Gramercy Park neighborhood of Manhattan is Issac & Stern Architect’s latest project which is undergoing construction. The building has a unique elevation design inspired by neoclassical Parisian architecture. It has a limestone façade, french large glass windows surrounded by limestone trim windows, and Juliet balconies that give it a European architecture finish. It features a total of 53 units.
61 Rivington Street In Chinatown, Manhattan
Issac & Stern Architects is working with Picksell Studio and developer Horizon Group to transform a three-story Classical Revival style building in Chinatown, Manhattan, into an icon of modern Manhattan architecture and elegance. It will feature a modern design with an elegantly proportioned and meticulously detailed façade of white masonry, large windows, and glass barriers enclosing an outdoor terrace. The building will yield a total area of 13,952 square feet.
Residential condominiums at 249 East 50th Street In Turtle Bay, Manhattan, NY
Issac & Stern is designing a 190-foot-tall, 15-story residential building in Turtle Bay, Manhattan. The new condo development’s exterior will comprise limestone and glass, gray masonry façade, floor-to-ceiling windows, residential terraces, and large balconies. It will feature a total of 29 large apartments and a duplex penthouse.
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