Wednesday, June 13, 2018

SWA Architecture Weekly Blog Post

Hello and welcome back to another edition of the SWA Architecture weekly blog post.  Where we take an in-depth look at projects SWA Architecture has been a part of.  This week will be no different,  with the project we are looking at being one of our standouts.  Today we look at the beautiful Rivergate apartment complex.





Located at 401 E 34th Street, a stones toss away from the water, this is most certainly a luxury spot.  in the heart of Murray Hill in Manhattan, you can tell this place is quite a spot.  We previously looked at this spot about 4 years ago but at that time the rooftop was not fully developed.  Now, as you can see by the photos, the rooftop is most certainly ready, with beautiful decor and views that can't be matched.





SWA Architecture are the architects and designers for the illustrious 702 apartments in this complex.  We are also the expeditors for the entire project.  SWA coordinated with outside designers for the rooftop and lobby designs.






That's it this week for the SWA Architecture weekly blog post.  We hope you enjoyed looking at this project as much as we did making it.  Don't forget to give us a follow on instagram - @swa_architecture where we make all the projects easy and accessible.

Thursday, June 7, 2018

SWA Architecture Weekly Blog Post

Hello and welcome back to a bonus SWA Architecture weekly blog post.  The blog post where we take a deep dive into various projects SWA Architecture has been a part of.  This bonus post will do exactly that and take a look at the beautiful Sony Hall. 



Located at 235 West 46th Street in Manhattan, this music venue blows the doors off its competitors.  Sony Hall is the new premiere music venue in New York City focused on presenting world renowned performing artists across all music genres, powered by state of the art technology.


The owners are Blue Note Entertainment Group, who SWA has collaborated with for over twenty years on various projects, most notably BB Kings and Blue Note Jazz Club.  SWA did multiple things on this project.  SWA designed a ground floor café and restored the main music hall.  We all modified the exterior of the entrance to add a large marquee from the landmark preservation commission.  Lastly, SWA is doing a place of assembly application.  We are very proud of this one.




If you are looking to go see a show, check out Sony Hall’s calendar, they have plenty of stars coming through.  That’s it this week for the SWA Architecture weekly blog post. Stay tuned for next week and give us a follow on Instagram - @swa_architecture

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

SWA Architecture Weekly Blog Post

Hello and welcome back to the SWA Architecture weekly blog post.  If this is your first time here what took you so long?  In all seriousness this blog is about giving you a look at the top projects that SWA Architecture has been a part of.  The past couple weeks we have been looking at sidewalk cafes.  This week we are changing it up a little bit.




This week we go back to an old favorite of ours, Opry City Stage.  This hot spot is located at 1604 Broadway, between 48th and 49th street.  Opry City Stage is New York City's home for country music and culture.  With live performances every day, if you are into Southern hospitality and Nashville flavor, Opry City Stage is the spot for you.



It is a huge space and is not only a restaurant, but also a country music store.  There is no other place like this in New York City, and that's a guarantee.  So if you are hankering for some good comfort food, stop at Opry City Stage.  That's it this week from the SWA Architecture weekly blog post.  Check out our instagram to see all our posts of all our projects - @swa_architecture

Wednesday, May 30, 2018

SWA Architecture Weekly Blog Post

Hello and welcome back to another week of the SWA Architecture weekly blog post.  This blog is pretty simple – an in depth look at projects that SWA Architecture has been a part of.  We took a detour last week and checked in on a great project on West Houston street.  If you haven’t seen that one check older posts to see the progression to what it is today.  As for today, we take a look at SWA Architectures bread and butter, sidewalk cafes in New York City.

Brother Jimmy's BBQ


Mesa Coyocan



Shelter



Petaluna


Rosarito


Vandal



Mighty Quinn's



That’s it this week.  I hope you enjoyed some fresh sidewalk cafes as summer has started.  Go try these cafes out, you won’t be disappointed.  Also, do us a big old favor and follow us on Instagram - @swa_architecture

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

SWA Architecture Weekly Blog Post

Hello and welcome back to the SWA Architecture Weekly blog post.  The blog post where we take an in depth look at projects SWA has been a part of.  SWA has been a part of some great ones, and this week is no different.





For the past couple weeks, we have been looking at different sidewalk café we have been a part of.  This week we take a look at a familiar project.  We of course are talking about the beautiful apartment complex at 134 W Houston Street.




As the pictures indicate, the interior rooms of this place are coming along beautifully.  Another thing these pictures illustrate is the beautiful views owners of these apartments will have.  So not only will you be in a prime location in New York City you will have views to match. 




Check out the rooftop.  With a view from the rooftop as nice as this one this building will surely be on of New York’s premiere apartment complexes.  Let’s not forget the balconies from the rooms. 







We will check back in to this project once it reaches completion.  But as you can tell, it’ll be a beautiful structure once it is finished.  That’s it this week for the SWA Architecture weekly blog post.  Give us a follow on Instagram - @swa_architecture