2010-2011 News Articles


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175 Kent Avenue - The Real Deal, April 2011

Kent State by Ed Lieber - New waterfront Williamsburg rental well positioned, though competition may come from condo owners looking for renters. To the transformation of Williamsburg’s waterfront, add one more luxury residential building: 175 Kent Avenue. The 113-unit rental - which was developed by Chetrit Group and is being marketed by aptsandlofts.com – officially launches this month.

Transit Village - Architectural Record Jan 2011

Meltzer/Mandl completes Final Design For $150M New Jersey Transit Village, by Carolina Worrell
A final design has been completed for the $150 million New Brunswick Gateway Transit Village, a 632,000-sq-ft mixeduse building located at the intersection of Somerset Street and Easton Avenue in downtown New Brunswick, New Jersey. It will link the campus of Rutgers University, as well as the larger community, to the local train station.

30 Minute Interview with Marvin H. Meltzer - New York Times October 3, 2010

Interview conducted and condensed, by Vivian Marino
We’re finishing up a very big job now in the Bronx for the Phipps Houses Group on Third Avenue called Roscoe C. Brown Jr. Apartments. Half the site was rock — there was this big rock outcropping — and they were ready to build on just half the site and leave the other half un-built. I kept saying, you don’t have to do that. We designed a building on top of the rock.

Affordable Housing in the Bronx- NY Inc June 2, 2010

Meltzer/Mandl Architects Designs Affordable Housing in Bronx; Entails Maximum Use of Zoning, and LEED Components, By Susan Piperato
Meltzer/Mandl has been retained to design a middle- and low-income housing development in the Hunts Point section of the Bronx, which will take maximum advantage of zoning and will be
planned as a LEED-certified facility, says Marvin H. Meltzer, AIA, president of the firm.

Pelham Parkway Towers- New York Real Estate Journal May 25, 2010

Meltzer/Mandl completes design of 91-unit Pelham Parkway Towers: A $22m project
The seven-story building, situated in an established, middle-income community, will consist of apartments ranging from studios to three bedrooms, and a parking garage with 53 spaces. The estimated project cost is $22 million.