A Shared Working Space in SoHo, $10 Million and 15 Years in the Making

September 20, 2016
David W. Dunlap of THE NEW YORK TIMES writes, "With its broad expanses of glass, the gleaming white six-story structure at 433 Broadway is obviously modern, though it seems comfortably at home with its nearby 19th-century cast-iron cousins." http://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/20/nyregion/a-co-working-space-in-soho-15-years-in-the-making.html?_r=0

Shelter Repair Scorecard Shows Building Violations in Non-Cluster Homeless Shelters Down 75 Percent Since January 2016

August 12, 2016
RKTB is proud to be on the team that is helping to improve conditions at homeless shelters throughout the city: http://www1.nyc.gov/office-of-the-mayor/news/670-16/shelter-repair-scorecard-shows-building-violations-non-cluster-homeless-shelters-down-75-percent.

Designing Beauty Affordably in NYC

August 5, 2016
MODERN BUILDER + DESIGN magazine features an article on RKTB Architects in its June/July 2016 issue entitled "Designing Beauty Affordably in NYC." Click here to read the full article: http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/translucent/mbd_20160607/#/120.

433 Broadway Featured in AECCAfe.com's ArchShowcase

July 6, 2016
AECCafe.com exemplifies RKTB’s latest commercial project at 433 Broadway as a state-of-the-art creative shared workspace and retail property. For more information, please visit http://www10.aeccafe.com/blogs/arch-showcase/2016/07/06/433-broadway-in-new-york-by-rktb-architects-p-c/.

Carmi Bee, FAIA, Delivers AIA NY Chapter's 2015 Ratensky Lecture

March 02, 2016
RKTB President Carmi Bee, FAIA, was recently honored by the AIA NY Chapter by being selected to deliver the 2015 Ratensky Lecture on November 18th at the Center for Architecture. Mr. Bee discussed his efforts as a housing architect and as a teacher, and shared his thoughts on the future of housing in New York City with a standing-room-only crowd in a presentation entitled "Gimme Shelter."

Initiated by the organization’s Housing Committee, the Ratensky lecture series was established in 1998 in the memory of the late Samuel Ratensky (1910-1972), an architect and housing official who was responsible for major housing initiatives in the city from 1946 to 1972. The annual series recognizes individuals who have made significant lifetime contributions to the advancement of housing and community design. Mr. Bee joins luminaries Lewis Davis (1998), Edward Logue (2000), Clara Fox (2001), Michael Pyatok (2003), William Conklin (2004), Ted Liebman (2005), Ron Shiffman (2006), Conrad Levinson (2007), Jonathan Rose (2008), Joan Goody/David Dixon, (2009), Richard Ravitch (2010), Jerilyn Perine (2011), Carleton Brown (2012), and Alan Mallach (2014) on the distinguished list of past honorees.

East Clarke Place Court Featured in Affordable Housing Finance

February 09, 2015
East Clarke Place Court transforms two lots in the Bronx into quality affordable housing. Click here to read the article on the Affordable Housing Finance website

East Clarke Place Court Named NYREJ's "Green Property of the Month"

January 13, 2015
RKTB's sustainable project East Clarke Place Court was named New York Real Estate Journal's "Green Property of the Month." Click on the article to read the full online version and see more project photos. Download

Affordable Bronx Project a Cut Above the Rest

December 15, 2014
RKTB's two-tower complex is one of the earliest projects to meet the criteria of the Enterprise Green Communities program that creates cost-effective, sustainable architecture for low-income families. Click here to view the entire article in Real Estate Weekly

New Affordable Housing Complex Surpasses the Norm

December 08, 2014
Bronx Times writer Steven Goodstein asks, "Who says affordable housing can't look unaffordable?" when describing RKTB's East Clarke Place Court. Read article

RKTB President Carmi Bee, FAIA, Designs Glass Block for Pittsburgh Corning, Gives Insight on Affordable Housing

October 27, 2014
RKTB President Carmi Bee, FAIA, contributed to the design of one of Pittsburgh Corning's products, the Focus Pattern Block. He also provided the company with insight regarding various industry topics, including his greatest passion, affordable housing. To read the full interview with Carmi Bee, click here

RKTB's Design of a Healthcare Complex in Nigeria is Featured in Architect Magazine

August 18, 2014
RKTB/Perkins Eastman's plan for a 200-acre healthcare complex in Abuja, Nigeria is featured in the July 2014 issue of Architect magazine. Click here for the full story

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