Vote for NYC&#zero39;s best building of 2017! – Curbed NY

Yearly, Curbed NY’s editors look again on the 12 months that was—the priciest gross sales, the most important movie star strikes, probably the most ridiculous facilities, you get the concept—through the Curbed Awards, which run for most of December. However earlier than we kick off the newest version subsequent week, we wish to hear from you—particularly on the best building to debut in New York Metropolis in 2017.

For this, we checked out developments that have been accomplished this 12 months, and narrowed the pool down to 5 buildings:

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SHoP’s American Copper Buildings, which gave Kips Bay—an in any other case drab, hospital-heavy neighborhood—a bit of glamour, thanks in no small half to the event’s quirky, recreation-altering skybridge. The truth that the buildings will finally rework into Girl Liberty inexperienced is the icing on the cake.

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The late Zaha Hadid’s swooping, futuristic rental at 520 West 28th Road lastly welcomed residents this 12 months, and added maybe probably the most excessive-profile building to the starchitect’s row alongside the Excessive Line.

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Cornell Tech’s Roosevelt Island campus introduced large-title architects to the sleepy island between Manhattan and Queens this 12 months. Of the campus’s three buildings (all of that are admirably eco-pleasant), the Bloomberg Middle, designed by Morphosis, stands out probably the most because of its shimmering aluminum facade.

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Herzog & de Meuron’s 56 Leonard has been rising in Decrease Manhattan for what looks like without end (in actuality, slightly over 5 years), however now that it’s full—the building welcomed its first residents this 12 months—it’s onerous to think about the skyline with out it.

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And at last, the transformation of Brooklyn’s Empire Shops set a brand new normal for adaptive reuse tasks. Spearheaded by S9 Structure, the event reactivated a 19th-century warehouse on the Dumbo waterfront, respiratory new life into the building whereas retaining the commercial character that’s drawn so many to that neighborhood within the first place.

So there you could have it—make your alternative under, and for those who assume there’s one thing we left off, take it to the feedback. You've gotten till December 11 to forged your vote.

Ballot

Which ought to win NYC's building of the 12 months?

  • 17%
    American Copper Buildings by SHoP
    (5 votes)
  • 14%
    520 West 28th Road by Zaha Hadid
    (four votes)
  • 21%
    The Bloomberg Middle by Morphosis
    (6 votes)
  • 25%
    56 Leonard Road by Herzog & de Meuron
    (7 votes)
  • 21%
    Empire Shops by S9 Structure
    (6 votes)
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