Walker Hotel Tribeca

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 396 Broadway, New York, NY 10013 Asset Type: Hospitality/Retail Owner & Property Manager: Bridgeton Holdings General Contractor: The Rinaldi Group Architect: DXA Studios Window Installer/Supplier: Adler Windows Submarket: Downtown Size: 171 Rooms 396 Broadway is a unique redevelopment opportunity situated on the southeast corner of Broadway and Walker Street in the TriBeCa/SOHO neighborhood of…

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PROJECT UPDATE: 630 9TH AVENUE

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630 9th Avenue, New York, NY 10036 In Progress Window Manufacturer: Optimum Window Developer: Newmark Grubb Knight Frank Architect: Shawmut Design and Construction Adler Windows is currently installing 150 windows by Optimum Window throughout New York City’s historical Film Center. The product mix includes (105) double hung fire-rated…

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Our Annual Architectural Trip To Marvin Windows Factory In Minnesota

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In the tiny town of Warroad, Minnesota, 6 miles south of the Canadian border, lies the impressive Marvin Windows and Doors factory. A 6,000 square foot Visitor Center that welcomes guests and clients to experience the rich family history, technical innovations, and commitment to excellence that Marvin places…

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Happy Steel Day 2017

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Their elegant and slender sight lines offer unobstructed views of this beautiful city, while their strong and durable frames paved the way for new technologies within the industry! Let’s celebrate this amazing alloy by taking a look at some of our favorite steel projects! Luxury Penthouse, Chelsea Manufacturer:…

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Lead Time Delays Due To Number of Calamities At US Glazing Facilities

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The Vitro Architectural Glass facility that suffered a fire on August 17th, 2017 The glass industry in North East America is experiencing delivery delays after a number of unfortunate incidents have taken place throughout various glass manufacturing plants within recent months. The Illinois based Pilkington North America Inc. factory sustained substantial damages…

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What You Need To Know About Casement Windows

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Welcome to the first in our new series about window styles. Over the coming weeks, we will take a closer look at what you need to know about the world’s most popular styles of windows. Casement windows soared to popularity in Europe during late 19th-century but nowadays they…

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Why The Glass Industry Loves Architects

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The glass and glazing community loves to grouse about architects—heck, we’ve even written articles about all their faults and foibles—but here’s a secret about architects we never share. I am breaking the glass industry code to tell you, but here goes: the glass industry secretly loves architects. Here…

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150 Wooster Street Nears Completion

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150 Wooster – a new, luxury retail and residential, two-lot building is anticipated to reach completion upon its targeted 2017 Fall/Winter deadline. Located in the heart of Soho between Prince and Houston in the neighborhood’s Cast Iron Historic District,  150 Wooster is comprised of two 5,000 square foot retail…

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