Tuesday, August 20, 2019

SWA Architecture Weekly Blog

Hello and welcome back to another SWA Architecture weekly blog coming your way on this beautiful Tuesday.  For those of you new to this blog we like to cover projects mainly in New York City that SWA Architecture has been a part of.  Last week we covered two wonderful projects so once you are done with this post take a look at those.




This week we are taking a look at the Bronx Ale House.  Located at 216 W 238th Street, this spot is a can't miss in the Bronx.  Bronx Ale House can best be described as a casual saloon that serves burgers, wings and hearty sandwiches, washed down with a selection of craft beers.  If you are in that area, that is the place to go!  Follow them on instagram - @bronxalehouse to see even more of their spot.





SWA Architecture are responsible for the architecture, design and expediting for this spot.  We also did their unenclosed sidewalk cafe.  This is out fourth time working with this client, with spots in Manhattan, Queens and all over.  Like we have said previously, the sign that we are doing our job to the best of our ability is when a client comes back for another project.  Safe to say we have done really well with this client!



Stay tuned for another post to come your way later this week.  We hope you enjoyed this post as much as we did.  Give us a follow on instagram - @swa_architecture to see all the projects we have been lucky enough to be a part of!

Thursday, August 15, 2019

SWA Architecture Weekly Blog

Hello and welcome to a very special bonus post from SWA Architecture coming your way on this beautiful Thursday.  Earlier this week we took a look at a landmarked building being redone.  This post will update you on a very special project we are working on.




We last saw this project in mid April.  Go back to see what it looked like then compared to now.  It'll astonish you how far it has come.  Last time, it was in the early part of construction phase.  Now it really is starting to come together and look beautiful!





As you can tell by the photographs this bar/lounge will have an outdoor sidewalk cafe and will a primetime spot located at 285 W Broadway.  SWA Architecture are the architects, planners and expeditors for this project.  We previously worked on this same spot for a different client, Haus, but it has changed hand and we were recommended for this reimagining of the space.




That's it this week for the SWA Architecture weekly blog.  Stay tuned next week where we are going to change things up a bit and bring you some fresh content!  You should be excited!  Also, don't forget to follow us on the gram - @swa_architecture to see all the wonderful projects we have done.



Tuesday, August 13, 2019

SWA Architecture Weekly Blog

Hello and welcome back to the SWA Architecture weekly blog.  If this is your first time with us we are very happy you have joined us.  What we like to do is show projects that SWA Architecture has worked on in the greater Northeast area.  SWA Architecture is a mid size firm based in Manhattan.




This week we are updating you on a project we last looked at in April 25th.  Take a look back to see  the progress we have made to this point.  We have come to this spot multiple times to give you a true sense of how a project progresses.  These spaces will be retail spaces and apartments.  These were originally designed by a very famous architecture company, McKim, Mead and White.  A prominent architecture firm during the 20th century, this firm designed many grand structures all over.  As we previously pointed out, Bob Dylan at one point lived here.







SWA Architecture are the architects, designers and landmark architects for all the apartment and the retail spaces.  We will certainly come back here again to show the space even farther along.  We have to state that we love working with this wonderful client and hope to do so again.





That's it for this SWA Architecture blog post.  Stay tuned for another post coming your way later this week.  Follow us on instagram - @swa_architecture to see all our unique projects.  Our page is growing daily and you won't want to come too late!












Friday, August 9, 2019

SWA Architecture Weekly Blog

Hello and welcome back to a very special Friday rollin' blog coming your way from SWA Architecture.  If you didn't see our last post I highly recommend going to check it out.  We changed it up a bit and showed you something pretty unique.  This post we are going to update you on a project that is just a month or two away from opening up!





If you haven't seen our previous posts on this project, locate dat 86 Delancey, then go ahead and check it out because it will really give you a sense of how this project has been coming together.  We last saw this in July and will surely be coming back in September.  As you can tell by the photos it'll be one heck of a New York primetime spot.






As we have previously stated, this is our eighth project with this client.  We hope to do more projects and we get along so well with them it is more then likely we will.  SWA Architecture is responsible for the architecture, expediting and design for this ground up multi use building.  We always like to highlight that one of our senior architects, Sergio Ali, under saw everything for this project.





That's it this week for the SWA Architecture weekly blog.  Stay tuned next week for some great projects to come your way.  Also, don't forget to give us a follow on the gram - @swa_architecture to see a comprehensive list of all the projects we have worked on.


Tuesday, August 6, 2019

SWA Architecture Weekly Blog

Hello and welcome back to the one and only SWA Architecture blog.  The blog like no other where we take an in-depth view for projects that SWA Architecture has been a part of.  Usually, we like to keep it to one project, where we show you what the spot is and what we did to help get it up and running.  This week we are going to change it up a bit.

We have four spots to show you this week.  We have shown you these spots before but we want to highlight some special commonalities between them.  They are all Landmarked buildings.  A building is landmarked where there is historical significance.  These buildings are preserved for being some treasures.

As you can tell by the photos, not all projects are from the same time period.  Each picture shows the facade and a special quality they bring.  The locations are labelled and if you want to learn more about each specific one take a look back through our blogs where we went into great detail.

That's it for this weeks SWA Architecture Weekly blog.  Stay tuned for a bonus post to come your way later this week.  Also, if you haven't followed us on instagram - @swa_architecture get yourself together and go give us a follow!  We hope you enjoyed this post as much as we did.


 4 West 19th Street



12 w 19th Street




4 St Marks



48 Crosby




Tuesday, July 30, 2019

SWA Architecture Weekly Blog

Hello and welcome back to the SWA Architecture weekly blog.  We took a week off to let you guys catch up on all the wonderful projects we have worked on and are back fresh to give you what you want.  This week we are going to show you a project that is just in the early stages.






The first couple of photos show you what is occupying the space now.  The next couple of photos shown are some of the things we are designing for this space.  This spot will be a new ground up mixed use residential/commercial building.  It is also being processed at New York City planning commission for a zoning modification.



SWA are responsible for the architects, designers, expeditors, zoning and code consultants and loft board consultants.  Safe to say we cover everything.  This is our first projects with this client and really enjoy working with them.  We hope to do more in the future.




That's it for this weeks SWA Architecture weekly blog post.  Stay tuned for another post coming your way later this week.  Also, don't forget to give us a follow on instagram - @swa_architecture to see all our projects and posts in a comprehensive list.