HLW is committed to the Architecture 2030 Challenge of achieving ambitious energy reduction targets and being carbon neutral by 2030. We have developed our Sustainability Action Plan (SAP) as a framework to create innovative and sustainable solutions that meet our client’s business goals, while providing
For the third year, Crain’s is featuring the Coolest Offices in New York. HLW is thrilled that two of our projects were selected as finalists – HLW’s New York City office for Coolest Collaboration and Zola for Coolest New Construction. Although the pandemic has put
Jonce Walker, LEED AP, Certified Sustainable Building Advisor, and Fitwel Ambassador, has officially joined HLW as Director of Sustainability and Wellness, operating out of our New York City office. Bringing a strong background in place-based urban design to the team, Walker’s portfolio spans more than
Designing for the Financial Workplace The complete visual notes are at the end of this article. On July 7th, HLW and the Newmark Activation Group hosted a virtual get-together with a group of leaders from various financial services companies. The evening’s discussion focused on what’s
We surveyed students nationwide to understand when they are ready to return to school. The infographic below highlights some of our preliminary findings to help campus leaders as they decide whether to re-open campuses this fall. Read more of our research in the University Business.
Happy Earth Week 2020! HLW curated content all week to educate and engage everyone on Sustainability issues around five main themes: WASTE WATER ENERGY RESILIENCE WELLNESS How Green Are You? We’re challenging you to assess how sustainable your habits are – or aren’t. Take 5
Equity is defined as “the quality of being fair and impartial”[i], but recently that definition has been expanding. In the court of law, equity ensures that conditions are fair and just. Today, equity means people have the right to be treated fairly throughout their life.
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As the leading promoter of live music in New York City, Bowery Presents sought to expand its roster of performance spaces with the addition of a large venue that could accommodate 2,000 people. After scouring Brooklyn for a site, the perfect space was discovered accidentally.