We are excited to announce that HLW is opening a new location in Stamford, Connecticut in February 2019. This space will be the pilot location for our brand-new satellite office initiative, StudioGo. Located at 700 Canal Street, our new space allows us to better serve our current clients, including WWE and Charter Communications, as well as future clients.
Joe Montalbano, AIA, Principal, will lead the Stamford office. With over 25 years of experience in a wide range of project types, Montalbano is recognized for his ability to manage technically complex projects, demanding schedules, and multiple project stakeholders.
“The concept of StudioGo is about being scalable and adaptable so that we can truly accommodate our clients on a local level anywhere in the world. Stamford seemed like the obvious choice in location to launch the initiative because of our continued work both past and present in the area.” Joe Montalbano AIA, Principal.
HLW’s has past work with clients such as ESPN and Atlas Holdings in the greater Connecticut area. They are currently working with Charter Communications on their new office tower to be built directly in Stamford.
The Stamford location will be the first HLW office to be based in a non-traditional space. Utilizing the coworking space at Serendipity Labs, HLW’s Stamford site offers a private area within a modern, collaborative environment. Replete with great amenities and conveniently located near downtown Stamford, the satellite office is an ideal location for their staff.
“We have had a lot of exciting things happening recently between the upcoming move of our New York and Los Angeles offices and the recent relocation of our London office. We see the new location in Stamford as yet another opportunity to better serve our clients,” Susan Boyle, Managing Partner.
HLW is a leading international full-service planning, architecture, and design firm that is building the future from skyscrapers, to the workplaces of today’s most cutting-edge companies. Sustaining a successful practice for over 130 years, HLW remains a strong, innovative, and progressive organization with a diverse portfolio of projects from broadcast and media, financial corporations, technology, academic institutions, and multi-family and mixed-use buildings. The firm’s mission is to create inspiring and enriching spaces that enhance that way people work, meet, and interact.
HLW is headquartered in New York City, with offices in Madison, NJ, Los Angeles, CA, Stamford, CT, London, and Shanghai.