Design + Construction
RFR is entering its third decade with ambitious, well-designed capital improvement projects to enhance the value and architectural integrity of several properties that underscore RFR’s unique vision of merging art, architecture and real estate.
Perfect examples are RFR’s Manhattan landmark Lever House and Seagram Building (390 and 375 Park Avenue, respectively), which are both maintained in their respective original architectural vision following a massive, award –winning capital improvement program. Each property offers state-of-the-art services and some of the world’s most valuable modern art displayed in public areas, including rotating exhibits and eye-catching sculptures.
17 State Street is RFR’s downtown complement to its Park Avenue gems.
The 42-story property recently completed a full plaza reconstruction, offering breathtaking New York Harbor and Battery Park vistas, and is among the most sought-after Lower Manhattan corporate addresses. 757 Third Avenue is also being repositioned with a high infusion of capital as well as 980 Madison Avenue on the Upper East Side with a new full- floor of art gallery space developed to accommodate up to seven distinct galleries in a building that is already home to the famous Gagosian Gallery.