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OMA Tapped to Design New York High Line's Latest Project

OMA Tapped to Design New York High Line's Latest Project
OMA Tapped to Design New York High Line's Latest Project, OMA's proposed Hoboken Waterfront. Image © OMA
OMA's proposed Hoboken Waterfront. Image © OMA

New York developer Related Companies has reportedly commissioned OMA to design their newest High Line project on West 18th Street. The Rotterdam-based practice is the latest to join a list of internationally acclaimed architects who will be leaving their mark on the elevated Manhattan parkway, including Zaha Hadid who also was tapped by Related Companies to design an 11-story, luxury apartment project on 520 W. 28th Street. Few details have been released; the commission will be OMA’s first major project in New York City. They will be working on the project alongside practice’s comprehensive “Rebuild by Design” strategy for Hoboken.

News via New York Post

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Cite: Karissa Rosenfield. "OMA Tapped to Design New York High Line's Latest Project" 11 Feb 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/597934/oma-tapped-to-design-new-york-high-line-s-latest-project/> ISSN 0719-8884
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