Actors' Equity Association - Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA

Project Description:

The development of AEA’s new Western Regional Headquarters involved the renovation of a free standing, one story structure built in 1948. The 18,700 SF facility houses the region’s first audition center containing warm-up space with a range of amenities for members. A wood bow and truss ceiling system, striking in its design, creates large, open areas within the facility that benefit AEA staff. The design and construction allowed the creation of important acoustically separated spaces for auditions and preparation for member use. The building, which also houses a branch of the Actors Federal Credit Union, is a significant addition to the North Hollywood Arts District. In managing the project’s design and construction, Denham Wolf enacted a significant value engineering process in order to bring the building program in alignment with projected budget.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided Actors’ Equity Association with project management and real estate consultant services. Key among these services were:

  • Guidance and alignment of budget and scope including ongoing management of the design and construction team
  • Selection of consultants including general contractor and other specialty consultants and vendors
  • Oversight of design and construction, including maintenance of budget and schedule
  • Coordination of program pertaining to subtenant renovation space
  • Consulting on lease with Actors Federal Credit Union

Architect: OKB Architecture

Status: Completed

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Actors' Equity Association - New York

Actors' Equity Association, New York, NY

Client Profile:

Founded in 1913, Actors' Equity Association (AEA) is the representative labor union for over 49,000 actors and stage managers in the United States. As an advocate for the talented individuals that bring the theatre industry to life, AEA negotiates wages, establishes fair working conditions, and provides a range of benefits including health insurance and pension plans.

Project Description:

Through a complex relationship with the current landlord and neighboring office building, AEA entered into an agreement in which they would relocate and reconfigure space they held within their current building in order to build a multi story retail level expansion in Times Square. In acting as consultant and project manager to AEA, Denham Wolf coordinated with multiple stakeholders to oversee all aspects of the design and renovation of the space. Through a series of phased work, three floors within the building were renovated to accommodate AEA’s executive office and administrative needs. In addition, the roof of the penthouse floor was removed and raised to expand AEA’s Audition Center, which, upon completion, now houses dedicated member areas, warm-up space, dressing rooms, and two audition studios.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided Actors’ Equity Association with project management services. Key among these services were:

  • Guidance and alignment of multiple stakeholders including the design and construction team, Landlord, and AEA stakeholders and staff.
  • Selection of consultants including architect, construction manager, and other specialty consultants and vendors.
  • Oversight of design and construction.
  • Coordination of project team, including architect, engineer, general contractor, construction manager, and others.

Architect: Kostow Greenwood Architects

Status: Completed

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Aging in America

Aging in America, Bronx, NY

Client Profile:

Founded in 1852, Aging in America provides an array of services to seniors including long term skilled nursing, rehabilitative therapies, Alzheimer and dementia care, home health services, social and medical model adult day health care and other senior community services in the Bronx, Westchester, Rockland, and Long Island.

Project Description:

Aging in America sought to extract value from an 89,000 SF building in the Bronx that was part of its larger portfolio of facilities. The property housed some of the organization’s own programs and as well as some unaffiliated programs which occupied leased space within the building. Various options such as a sale/leaseback or the sale or lease of portions of the building were analyzed and considered. Ultimately the property was marketed and sold to a nonprofit educational institution, with various programs being relocated.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided Aging in America with real estate consulting and transaction services. Key among these services were: Re

    Transaction

  • Exploration of the market for the sale of the property as well as other options
  • Pricing, marketing the property for sale, and procuring the right buyer
  • Negotiation of the purchase and sale agreement (Property sold at 30% above appraised value)
  • Negotiation of a lease and relocation of client program

Status: Disposition Completed

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American Airlines Theatre

Roundabout Theatre Company, New York, NY

Roundabout Theatre Company

Client Profile:

With five stages on and off Broadway, Roundabout reaches over 700,000 theatergoers, students, educators and artists every year through its performances and educational initiatives. While continuing its original commitment to producing classic work, Roundabout’s mission has expanded to include the work of living playwrights and developing the classics of tomorrow.

Project Description:

This project involved the restoration and expansion of 30,000 SF of space in the historic Selwyn Theater.Two new floors were constructed above the existing theater, while a new wing was built adjacent to it.The scope of work also involved the construction of an entrance lobby within a new, ten story building.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided the Roundabout Theatre Company with transaction and project management services. Key services among these were:

  • Review and negotiation of leases for the property
  • Oversight of design and construction, including the selection of consultants
  • Coordination of the project team, including architect, engineers, attorneys, construction manager, and others
  • Review and negotiation of construction contracts and other necessary documentation
  • Management and administration of public project funding (sources including NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, New York State Council of the Arts, and the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York)
  • Management and administration of private financing
  • Coordination with City and State regarding oversight and reporting

Architect: Karlsberger Architecture, P.C.

Status: Completed

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Atlantic Foundation

Atlantic Foundation, New York, NY

Client Profile:

Founded in 2006, the Atlantic Foundation supports innovation in the arts, environment and social justice. By holistically supporting organizations that advance the power of new technology, explore new ideas and expand global communication, The Atlantic Foundation envisions the creation of a fair and sustainable society.

Project Description:

This project involved the disposition of a one story warehouse in Chelsea’s High Line district, a neighborhood which has become a nexus for cultural activity. Owned by The Atlantic Foundation, the structure was purchased by the client in 2007 for $7 Million and served as the home of Eyebeam, an internationally known art and technology center. In 2012, a long term planning study performed by Denham Wolf determined that Atlantic Foundation and Eyebeam would be best served by taking advantage of the robust market climate and selling the property so that Atlantic Foundation could use the proceeds to support a wide range of philanthropic interests. The purchase price was nearly 60% above appraised value. Through Denham Wolf’s thoughtful planning process, a buyer was sourced who shared The Atlantic Foundation’s deep concern for sustainability and the environment.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided The Atlantic Foundation with transaction services. The scope of work included:

  • Development and implementation of a marketing strategy
  • Liaison for all negotiations between Client and Buyer
  • Site selection and lease negotiation for swing space for Eyebeam

Status: Disposition Completed

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Atlantic Theater Company

Atlantic Theater Company, Chelsea, New York, NY

Stage II

Client Profile:

Atlantic Theater Company is an award-winning Off-Broadway theater that produces great plays simply and truthfully utilizing an artistic ensemble. Founded in 1985 by David Mamet and William H. Macy, the theatre was founded on the belief that the story of a play and the intent of its playwright are at the core of the creative process.

Project Description:

The Atlantic Theater Company leased a new 25,000 SF space for its second stage, acting school and administrative offices. The new space houses a 99- seat, state-of-the-art black box theater with direct street access, lobby with gallery, nine rehearsal and classroom studios, a scene shop, street level box office, dressing rooms, student/faculty lounges and administrative and artist offices.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided the Atlantic Theater Company with transaction and project management services. Key among these services were:

  • Serving as broker to secure interim office space for organization's headquarters
  • Negotiation of lease terms and condominium documents with developer and landlord
  • Selection and coordination of project team
  • Oversight of design and construction
  • Management and administration of project funding (sources include NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, September 11th Fund, New York State Council on the Arts, and private funds)

Architect: Coburn Architects, LLC

Status: Completed

Baryshnikov Arts Center - Jerome Robbins Theater

Baryshnikov Arts Center, New York, NY

Client Profile:

The Baryshnikov Arts Center (BAC) was established in 2005 to serve as a creative laboratory and performance space for a vibrant community of artists. As an expression of Mikhail Baryshnikov’s vision,BAC is dedicated to nurturing the culture of dance by presenting contemporary work at low or no cost to audiences.

 

Project Description:

Baryshnikov Arts Center acquired an existing theater within its building for the creation of the Jerome Robbins Theater. The project entailed a major renovation to reconfigure the theater into a top-quality, 240-seat performance space for multiple disciplines including theater, dance, music, and video. The completed theater provides improved sight lines, excellent acoustics, and extensive new theatrical rigging and equipment. Key aspects of the project include:

  • Sophisticated visual, sound, and design elements.
  • Improved sight lines for all seating.
  • LEED-Silver certification for sustainable design and construction.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided Baryshnikov Arts Center with transaction and project management services. Key services among these were:

  • Negotiation of the purchase of the theater space from the building’s developer
  • Oversight of design and construction, including the identification and selection of consultants
  • Coordination of project team, including architect, theater consultant, engineers, attorneys, construction manager, and others
  • Administration of project funding, which was integral in meeting the requirements of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and New York State Council for the Arts, as well as private financing

Architect: WASA / Studio A

Status: Completed

BKSK Architects

BKSK Architects, New York, NY

28 West 25th Street

Client Profile:

BKSK defines itself by socially engaging, contextually appropriate, and environmentally conscious design rather than a singular architectural style. Driven by an ethos of collaboration and diversity, the architects of BKSK authentically engage the needs of their clients and communities to produce architecture that is functional, innovative, and beautiful.

Project Description:

This project involved the negotiation of a renewal lease for BKSK Architects.The award winning design firm desired to retain its 11,000 SF space in Manhattan’s Flatiron District in the midst of rapidly rising rents. Denham Wolf was instrumental in securing lease terms that afforded them the ability to expand into additional space at pre-negotiated terms.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided BKSK with transaction services. The scope of work included:

  • Review of current market availability and renewal feasibility including tours of prospective sites with key stakeholders
  • Financial analysis to support decision making and budgetary planning
  • Negotiation of renewal lease terms with Landlord
  • Negotiation with new prospective Landlords

Status: Completed

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BMS Dental

Brownsville Multi-Service Family Health Center, Brownsville, Brooklyn, NY

Brownsville Multi-Service Family Health Center

Client Profile:

In 1982, Brownsville Community Development Corporation established The Brownsville Multi-Service Family Health Center to serve the unique needs of Central Brooklyn residents. BMS provides and promotes integrative and high quality medical, dental, and social services to enable every individual and family in the communities it serves to achieve total health.

Project Description:

BMS undertook major renovations of its main facility at 592 Rockaway Avenue and the development of a new 2,200 SF dental clinic at the Genesis Homes facility in Brownsville. Combined, the projects will reinforce BMS’ mission to expand healthcare and healthcare education to the East and Central Brooklyn community.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided BMS with project management services. Key among these services were:

  • Coordination with landlord
  • Coordination and selection of project team including architect, engineer, general contractor, construction manager, and other consultants
  • Oversight of design and construction including the management of project budget and schedules
  • Coordination of funding requirements and reports (financing provided by multiple Federal, State, City, and private funds)
  • Supporting BMS' efforts towards meeting the requirements of its funding sources including Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC) grants and loans
  • Assistance with requisitions to funders, billing oversight and approvals, and contractual arrangements with the General Contractor and consultants to ensure that contracts met requirements for approval and reimbursements by funders

Architect: Gertler & Wente Architects

Status: Completed

BMS Dental

Brownsville Multi-Service Family Health Center

Brownsville Multi-Service Family Health Center, Brownsville, Brooklyn

Client Profile:

In 1982, Brownsville Community Development Corporation established The Brownsville Multi-Service Family Health Center to serve the unique needs of Central Brooklyn residents. BMS provides and promotes integrative and high quality medical, dental, and social services to enable every individual and family in the communities it serves to achieve total health.

Project Description:

When the economic decline of the late 2000s spurred a wave of hospital closings in the area, BMS undertook a major renovation of its main facility with the goal of increasing the capacity and the quality of its patient services. Physically, Denham Wolf oversaw the spatial reorganization of both clinical and support spaces, the expansion of the facility’s administrative suite, the renovation of the building exterior, and the renovation of the lobby. Financially, our team guided the development, implementation, and ongoing maintenance of a phased project financing plan that optimized the use of funds from a variety of sources. In addition, Denham Wolf created and managed a very specifically phased construction plan that balanced project progress with BMS’s desire to remain open to patients throughout the course of the project.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided BMS Main with project management services. Key among these services were:

  • Leading the client’s strategic planning process to determine the physical and financial feasibility of a capital project
  • Development of a phasing plan to optimize use of funds
  • Supporting the client in meeting the requirements of funding sources, including Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC) loans, federal HRSA allocations, and various New York State funds
  • Oversight of design and construction processes, including architect selection, contractor bidding, and a carefully phased construction plan

Architect: Gertler & Wente Architects

Status: Completed

Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute

Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute, New York, NY

Client Profile:

CCCADI is committed to promoting the diverse cultures of the African diaspora throughout the Americas. Through exhibitions, performances, conferences, and artist residencies, CCCADI connects communities to the sacred, aesthetic, and philosophical traditions of their root cultures. By raising cultural awareness, CCCADI works toward achieving equality for the African Diaspora community

Project Description:

CCCADI was selected by the NYC Economic Development Corporation as a partner in redeveloping a former city firehouse into an interdisciplinary, interactive cultural center. Located in East Harlem on 125th Street, the firehouse is a City and National landmark. With Denham Wolf’s guidance, CCCADI is renovating the building to include a range of exhibition, performance, computing, meeting, and supportive administrative spaces. The adaptive reuse project is on track for LEED Silver certification.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf is currently providing real estate consulting and project management services to CCCADI. Key among these services are:

  • Leading the client’s strategic planning process to determine the physical and financial feasibility of a capital project
  • Developing a phasing plan to optimize use of funds
  • Negotiation of terms with City agencies to establish the roles and responsibilities during the construction process
  • Oversight of ULURP process for the disposition of a City-owned asset
  • Oversight of design and construction processes, including selection of design team and monitoring adherence to funding requirements

Architect: CSA Group

Status: In Construction; Completion Anticipated 2016

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Center for Family Representation - Manhattan

Center for Family Representation, New York, NY

Client Profile:

The Center for Family Representation (CFR) provides families in crisis with free legal representation and social work services. By eliminating or reducing the time a child spends in the foster care system, CFR strives to eradicate the detrimental effects of foster care upon children and support strong, safe and healthy families.

Project Description:

After working with CFR in two previous moves, Denham Wolf was again approached by the organization to negotiate a buy-out from a landlord who sought to convert the building into residential condominiums. Upon accepting this offer, CFR was afforded the ability to move into a new 15,000 SF office in close proximity to the Downtown Manhattan Family Courts. Due to the nature of CFR’s services, this new office space better served the organization and held the capacity to house meeting rooms, administrative offices, and other amenities.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided CFR with transaction services. The scope of work included:

  • Site selection, lease negotiation, and landlord selection

Status: Completed

Center for Family Representation - Manhattan

Center for Family Representation - Queens

Center for Family Representation, Queens, NY

Client Profile:

The Center for Family Representation (CFR) provides families in crisis with free legal representation and social work services. By eliminating or reducing the time a child spends in the foster care system, CFR strives to eradicate the detrimental effects of foster care upon children and support strong, safe and healthy families.

Project Description:

In addition to their services provided in Manhattan, CFR was awarded a second City contract in 2011 to provide legal representation and social work services for up to 500 families per year in the Queens Family Court. In 2012, CFR entered into a new 15 year lease occupying 13,000 SF of space in close proximity to the Queens Family Court, public transportation, and their population core. Given the tight constraint of professional office supply in this community, Denham Wolf approached a Landlord that was willing to fully cover the cost of converting retail space at an historic complex, into professional office space.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided CFR with transaction services. Key services among these were:

  • Site selection, lease negotiation, and landlord selection.

Status: Completed

Center for Family Representation - Queens

Children's Museum of Manhattan

Children's Museum of Manhattan, New York, NY

Client Profile:

The Children's Museum of Manhattan (CMOM) awakens a sense of curiosity and a desire to learn through innovative interactive exhibitions and educational programs. With an emphasis on creativity in the arts and sciences, healthy lifestyle, and exploration of world cultures, CMOM engages the diverse ways that children learn and provides parents with tools to nurture their children’s development.

Project Description:

The organization has embarked upon an expansion of their facilities that will more than double the size of the institution and offer enhanced exhibition, education, programming, and event space. Recognizing the important role of real estate in implementing a new vision, CMOM engaged Denham Wolf to support multiple aspects of the organization’s planning and site selection efforts.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf is currently providing CMOM with real estate consulting and transaction services. The scope of work includes:

  • Defining preferred relocation and expansion scenarios and assessing the financial impact of each.
  • Identification of potential sites, including off-market sites and other creative relocation opportunities.
  • Coordinating the analysis of potential sites, including optimal spatial configurations for each, with project architect and relevant consultants.
  • Guidance of and ongoing collaboration with the museum’s internal Real Estate Advisory Committee.

Status: Site Identification in Progress

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Church of St. Luke in the Fields

West Village, NYC

Block-wide Redevelopment

Project Description:

The Church of Saint Luke in the Fields is a vibrant and inclusive Episcopal church known for its social mission, brilliant choir, and serene gardens. A full range of Denham Wolf’s services have made it possible for St. Luke’s to pursue a lucrative and on-mission approach to private development on its city block. As development consultant, broker, and project manager, we are leading the implementation of this approach, which will result in the growth of Church programming, an endowment to help sustain the Church long-term, the generation of funding for a new community center, and the development of a 75,000 sf residential building, which will include the area’s first affordable units to be built in decades. Denham Wolf has also secured a long-term lease with the site’s school, enabling the school’s renovation and 20,000 sf expansion.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf is currently providing St. Luke's with real estate consulting and project management services. Key among these services are:

  • Leading a strategic planning process to determine the physical and financial feasibility of development
  • Selection and coordination of site assessment team, including oversight of zoning analysis, massing studies, and site valuation
  • Preparation and administration of RFP for a developer
  • Guiding approval processes with project stakeholders such as the Episcopal Diocese of New York, Attorney General of New York, Supreme Court of New York, and Landmarks Preservation Commission
  • Negotiations of a 99-year ground lease and a 49-year ground lease
  • Selection and coordination of teams for design and construction
  • Oversight of design and construction processes for Church, School, and Developer projects

Architect: Barry Rice Architects [Residential Tower]

Status: In Construction

Covenant House

Hell's Kitchen, NYC

Campus Redevelopment

Project Description:

Covenant House is a vital source of support and advocacy for runaway and homeless youth, providing emergency shelter, transitional housing, and supportive services. Through its multitude of services that include healthcare, education, and employment assistance, Covenant House strives to empower adolescents to escape the cycle of homelessness.

Denham Wolf is currently managing the implementation of a complex public-private partnership with the City of New York to develop a 780,000 square foot mixed-use project on the site of the Covenant House campus. An RFP for the project, which was released in partnership with NYCEDC in January 2016, envisions over 700 mixed-income apartments, ground floor retail, and a new 150,000 square foot state-of-the-art headquarters for Covenant House. Located in the Hudson Yards special district, the project also contemplates easements for a future MTA subway station as part of the proposed relocation of Port Authority Bus Terminal.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf is currently providing Covenant House with an extensive number of development services and with supporting project management servi

    Development

  • Comprehensive development feasibility study
  • RFP preparation and administration, and related assembly of development team
  • Design coordination
  • Pre-development activity oversight, including coordination of public-private partnership with the New York City Economic Development Corporation

Status: Developer Selection in Process

CPC Hong Ning

Chinese-American Planning Council, Lower East Side, NYC

Project Description:

Founded in 1965, Chinese-American Planning Council (CPC) is a grassroots organization that responds to the diverse needs of the Chinese-American community living in New York City. CPC’s facilities serve a range of individuals within the Chinese-American community in New York City, from young children to senior citizens.

CPC owns a large parcel in the Lower East Side, immediately southeast of the Seward Park Renewal Area. The parcel has been partly improved by a 155-unit senior housing facility, but it retains significant development potential. CPC is currently working with Denham Wolf to explore options for further developing the site, specifically in order to provide new programming space, a location for CPC’s administrative headquarters, and additional units of affordable and supportive housing, in addition to generating much needed income for the organization.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf is currently providing the CPC with development services and supporting project management services. Key among these services are:

  • Selection of a pre-development architectural partner
  • Working with architect to develop a space program, zoning analysis, and conceptual design alternatives
  • Developing an opinion of value of CPC’s site
  • Developing multiple development scenarios and helping CPC analyze the physical, financial, and organizational impacts of each scenario
  • Developing financial models that outline sources and uses, development budget, operating expenses, and other considerations for the project
  • Identifying potential sources of funding for the proposed development project
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CPC Tribeca Center

Chinese-American Planning Council, New York, NY

Chinese-American Planning Council

Client Profile:

Founded in 1965, the Chinese-American Planning Council (CPC) is a grassroots organization that responds to the diverse needs of the Chinese-American community. Offering a range of essential services including child care, youth programs, home care for senior citizens, and English language training, CPC is a vital resource for Chinese-Americans living in New York City.

Project Description:

CPC acquired and occupied a portion of the first and second floors of a new residential condominium building located at One York Street in Lower Manhattan. The 15,000 SF facility houses CPC’s Home Attendant Program and a new daycare facility. Denham Wolf is also serving as CPC’s real estate consultant and project manager for the development of the Nan Shan building, a new 28,000 SF senior center in Flushing, Queens.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided CPC with transaction and project management services. Key among these services were:

  • Negotiation of acquisition terms with developer, including provision of interim program space.
  • Oversight of design and construction, including the identification and selection of consultants.
  • Coordination of project team, including architect, engineers, and attorneys.
  • Management and administration of project funding.

Architect: Enrique Norten / Design Collaborative Architecture & Planning

Status: Completed

CPC Tribeca Center

Diller-Quaile School of Music

Diller-Quaile School of Music, Upper East Side, NYC

Client Profile:

Founded in 1920 by pianists Angela Diller and Elizabeth Quaile, Diller-Quaile strives to awaken the innate musical talent in each individual. Today, Diller-Quaile is a thriving community music school on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, offering instruction as well as ensemble and performance opportunities to students of all levels.

Project Description:

Pursuant to a strategic planning process supported by Denham Wolf, Diller-Quaile was able to confidently embark on the development of a new Music and Art Preschool. A newly acquired townhouse will eventually serve as a home for the program, which complements the existing nationally-recognized offerings of Diller-Quaile’s Early Childhood, Instrumental and Vocal, Adult, and Teacher Training departments.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided Diller-Quaile with transaction services. Key services among these were:

  • Determination of how to best accommodate the school’s programs in its current location
  • Identification of select programs which could and would need to be relocated
  • Purchase of a townhouse for school expansion

Architect: Murphy, Burnham & Buttrick

Status: Acquisition Completed

Diller-Quaile School of Music

Fourth Universalist Society

Fourth Universalist Society of New York, New York, NY

Client Profile:

Founded in 1838, the Fourth Universalist Society is a congregation whose liberal religious perspective welcomes people of all cultural, religious, racial and ethnic backgrounds. Located on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, the church building was completed in 1898, modeled upon the medieval architecture of Magdalen College in Oxford, England.

Project Description:

This project involves strategic real estate planning and consulting for the ongoing use and revenue generation from 30,000 SF of space within this landmarked property.The space, adjacent to the church, will be utilized by a private school.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided Fourth Universalist Society with transaction and real estate consulting services. Key among these services were:

  • Establishment of benchmarks in order to achieve long range planning goals
  • Provision of guidance for the Society’s internal process with respect to real estate
  • Marketing the available space to potential tenants
  • Negotiation of the lease with the selected tenant
  • Monitoring the tenant’s renovation process

Status: New Lease Execution Completed

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Freelancers Medical

Freelancers Union, New York, NY

Client Profile:

Freelancers Medical is built upon a patient-centered and holistic vision of healthcare. Through its highly personalized model of primary care and diverse range of wellness services such as nutrition counseling, yoga and acupuncture, Freelancer’s Medical strives to promote the health, wellbeing, and independence of New York’s freelance workers.

Project Description:

This project involved the identification, negotiation, design and construction of a 7,500 RSF space within a traditional office building for use as a medical, health and wellness center.The facility houses primary care medical office, a yoga studio, and community space.Denham Wolf worked with the client to meet its budget constraints and a tight deadline, bringing the project to fruition on time and on budget.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided Freelancers Medical with transaction and project management services. Key services among these were:

  • Project schedule, capital and operating budgets
  • Site identification and selection
  • Financial analysis of identified and selected sites
  • Lease negotiation
  • Oversight of design and construction
  • Cost management and reporting
  • Coordination of the project team, including Tenant architect and engineer and Landlord’s construction team

Architect: Belmont Freeman Architects

Status: Completed

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Harlem Academy

Harlem Academy, Harlem, NYC

Client Profile:

Harlem Academy is an independent school that strives to prepare promising students for achievement at top secondary schools. Built upon the pillars of its merit-based admissions, strong family partnerships, and economic diversity, Harlem Academy instills in its students a sense of shared responsibility for the school and broader community.

Project Description:

Denham Wolf was engaged by Harlem Academy to identify new facilities or development sites because of the school’s rapidly rising application volume and a desire to grow the student body. While first retained to procure an appropriate space for the school, Denham Wolf’s scope of work expanded to include the management of the due diligence study during the site acquisition process. In 2014, Denham Wolf completed the acquisition of a 20,000 square foot off-market development parcel, providing the school with an unparalleled opportunity to build 45,000 square feet of new school facilities. The newly relocated campus will include science and art labs, performance space, a regulation-sized gymnasium, and outdoor play space.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided Harlem Academy with transaction services. Key among these services were:

  • Identification of creative, off-market opportunities
  • A due diligence study to assess the condition and feasibility of a potential development site
  • The acquisition of 20,000 square foot development parcel for the school’s new multi-phase 45,000 square foot facility
  • Serving as liaison for all negotiations between Client and Landowner

Status: Acquisition Completed

Harlem Academy

Joseph P. Addabbo Family Health Center

Joseph P. Addabbo Family Health Center, The Rockaways, Queens

Phase I & Phase II

Client Profile:

The Joseph P. Addabbo Family Health Center provides comprehensive health services to the underserved residents of Queens. Striving to be the leading preventative and comprehensive health care center in New York, Addabbo is committed to providing high quality services that are patient focused, cost-effective, and guided by the diverse needs of the Queens community.

Project Description:

First engaged by Addabbo in 2001, Denham Wolf initially served as real estate consultant and owner’s representative. In this capacity, we assisted with the acquisition of a City-owned parcel and oversaw the design and construction of a new 22,000 square foot facility. In 2014, Denham Wolf subsequently helped Addabbo respond to and win an NYCEDC-issued RFP for an adjacent site. Currently, we are working with Addabbo again as owner’s representative, on an expansion that will double the size of their facilities.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf has provided development and project management services with supporting transaction services to Addabbo. Key among these are:

  • Leading the client’s strategic planning process to determine the physical and financial feasibility of a capital project
  • Assistance with identifying and securing construction and permanent financing.
  • Securing approvals from the New York State Department of Health
  • Formulation and management of public-private partnerships
  • Coordination of intercreditor agreement
  • Assistance with the acquisition of two distinct City-owned parcels
  • Management of the design and bidding process, and award of the construction contract
  • Oversight of the design and construction process, including management and maintenance of the project budget and cash flow projections

Architect: Gertler & Wente Architects

Status: Phase I: Completed; Phase 2: Anticipated Completion: Spring 2017

Kenbar Development - Marymount School

New York, NY

Project Description:

This project involved the disposition of a site that would allow the development of a 110,000 SF community facility site on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Comprised of five contiguous, vacant parcels, the owner, Kenbar Management, owned a number of developments in the Carnegie Hill community and wanted to sell the land in keeping with neighborhood amenities in academia, medicine, and the arts. Through a competitive process, Denham Wolf effectively procured a buyer which met the client’s specifications and had the financial capacity to pay for a highly sought after asset in this community. The purchase price for the land was significantly above the appraised value. The selected purchaser, the Marymount School, intends to develop the site as a new campus and athletic center.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided Kenbar Development with transaction services. The scope of work included:

  • Development and implementation of a marketing strategy
  • Sourcing appropriate buyers for the property
  • Liaison for all negotiations between Client and Buyer

Status: Disposition Completed

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Linda Gross Theater

Atlantic Theater Company, Chelsea, New York, NY

Atlantic Theater Company

Client Profile:

Atlantic Theater Company is an award-winning Off-Broadway theater that produces great plays simply and truthfully utilizing an artistic ensemble. Founded in 1985 by David Mamet and William H. Macy, the theatre was founded on the belief that the story of a play and the intent of its playwright are at the core of the creative process.

Project Description:

ATC implemented major renovations to the Linda Gross Theater, a historic church building in Chelsea, to transform its interior into a fully modernized performance space.

The newly renovated theater serves Atlantic’s mission and goals as a venue with the capacity to seat a 200 person audience. The interior of the church was excavated to create a basement which increased the square footage of the site. The theater now has the capacity to house high tech theater equipment and other state of the art technology that enhances the theater going experience.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided Atlantic Theater Company with project management services. Key among these were:

  • Complete oversight of design and construction, including selection and coordination of project team (architect, engineer, construction manager, and others).
  • Coordination with the Landlord (St. Peter’s Church).
  • Management of project budget and schedules.
  • Coordination of funding requirements and reports from municipal agencies including the New York City Department of Design and Construction, as well as private funds.

Architect: Coburn Architecture

Status: Completed

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Nan Shan Senior Center

Chinese-American Planning Council, Flushing, Queens, NY

Chinese-American Planning Council

Client Profile:

Founded in 1965, the Chinese-American Planning Council (CPC) is a grassroots organization that responds to the diverse needs of the Chinese-American community. Offering a range of essential services including child care, youth programs, home care for senior citizens, and English language training, CPC is a vital resource for Chinese-Americans living in New York City.

Project Description:

When the Nan Shan Local Development Corporation, an affiliate of CPC, acquired a property for use as a senior center in Flushing, Denham Wolf was engaged as project manager. The center is widely used by the community and offers a range of daily activities and related programs. Driven by the need for a larger site to accommodate growing patronage, CPC implemented a plan to expand their program offerings in a ten story building containing multiple uses. Program components include food service, child care, and a variety of social services.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf is serving as project manager to CPC Nan Shan. The scope of work includes:

  • Management and administration of project funding from public institutions, including New York City capital funds and the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York, as well as private financing
  • Complete oversight of design and construction, including coordination of the extensive project team

Architect: Charles Lauster Architect

Status: In Construction

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National Center for Law and Economic Justice

Midtown, NYC

Project Description:

The National Center for Law and Economic Justice works to advance economic justice for low-income families, individuals, and communities across the country through their robust litigation program, public policy advocacy, and collaboration with grassroots organizations and community-based advocates.

Denham Wolf supported the organization in determining if relocating to an alternative space with a more efficient layout and design could better serve their operational goals or if renewing at their existing office suite would be a more fitting option. After leading the organization through a strategic planning and relocation option analysis, NCLEJ elected to renew their lease at their existing Midtown office.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided transaction services to NCLEJ. Key among these services were:

  • Strategic planning and relocation options analysis.
  • Negotiation of lease terms with landlord.
  • Review of current market availability and renewal feasibility.
  • Financial analysis to support decision making and budgetary.

Status: Completed

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New York Road Runners

New York Road Runners, Midtown, NYC

Client Profile:

Founded in 1958, New York Road Runners (NYRR) is the world’s leading community running organization. Built on the vision that running can positively inspire and change lives, NYRR strives to make running accessible and enjoyable for all through local races, charity events, youth programs, and the iconic New York City Marathon. The organization’s programs, which draw participants from all over the globe, are recognized as an integral part of the urban fabric of New York.

Project Description:

Denham Wolf’s engagement with NYRR began with a planning study of the organization’s facilities, including visioning for a new running center with NYRR runner services and a New Balance retail component. To best support its growth, NYRR decided to establish a consolidated operational and administrative center. The new headquarters totals approximately 40,000 square feet of below market space and required the sophisticated negotiation of two separate subleases. The runner-friendly facility is located in close proximity to Central Park, at 156 West 56th Street.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided NYRR with transaction and project management services. Key among these services were:

  • Leading the client’s strategic planning process to determine the physical and financial feasibility of facility consolidation and portfolio expansion
  • Multiple site selection and lease negotiations
  • Oversight of project team for design and construction, including architect, engineers, general contractor, and construction manager

Status: Completed

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Opera America

OPERA America, Chelsea, NYC

The National Opera Center

Client Profile:

OPERA America is committed to supporting the creation, presentation and enjoyment of opera by providing its members with crucial tools to optimize their resources, expand their programming, and reach new and diverse audiences. Through artistic, professional, educational, and community services, OPERA America endeavors to nurture a thriving opera culture.

 

Project Description:

Denham Wolf was retained by OPERA America to help create a National Opera Center in New York City, which would serve as a new headquarters for the Washington DC-based organization. After successfully locating and negotiating the lease for 5,600 square feet of office space, we continued to seek a solution for all the programmatic elements of the new National Opera Center, including a double-height performance venue. The Denham Wolf team ultimately secured a long-term and build-to-suit lease within the same building, which resulted in the partial removal of the slab between contiguous floors. The completed 25,000 square foot facility consolidates OPERA America’s administrative functions and includes an audition hall, rehearsal space, library/media room, and other member spaces.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided OPERA America with both transaction and project management services. Key among these services were:

  • Site selection and lease negotiation for administrative offices and full opera center, including neogiating the partial removal of an existing floor slab in the building
  • Securing of on-site swing space during building renovation
  • Selection and oversight of project team for design and construction, including architect, theater consultant, engineers, attorneys, and construction manager

Architect: Andrew Berman Architect

Status: Completed

Osborne Association

The Osborne Association , Bronx, NY

Fulton Re-Entry Project

Client Profile:

Founded in 1933, the Osborne Association has a long-standing commitment to progressive criminal justice and prison reform. Osborne offers an array of programs and services intended to foster opportunities for reform and rehabilitation through public education, advocacy, and alternatives to incarceration which support the potential for individuals to transform their lives.

Project Description:

In March 2013, The Osborne Assocation reached an agreement with New York State for the transfer of the Fulton Correctional Facility in the Bronx. The 55,000 SF facility will be renovated and repurposed to house a range of programs designed to serve individuals and families transitioning from and affected by the criminal justice system.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf is currently providing Osborne with project management services. Key among these services are:

  • Oversight of the design and construction process, including architect selection and team assembly.
  • Management of the design and bidding process and award of the construction contract.
  • Management of the project budget and cash flow projections.
  • Coordination of complex lending mechanisms.

Architect: Curtis + Ginsberg

Status: Design Development

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Planned Parenthood of New York City

Planned Parenthood of New York City, Long Island City, Queens

Diane L. Max Health Center

Client Profile:

Planned Parenthood supports the right of each individual to manage his or her reproductive health. By offering reproductive health care, advocating for public policies that protect patients’ rights, and providing education that allows individuals to make informed decisions about health, sex, and family planning, the organization promotes the wellbeing of both individuals and families.

Project Description:

When Planned Parenthood of New York City (PPNYC) was planning to open its first Article 28 healthcare center in Queens, Denham Wolf was engaged as project manager. A 14,000 square foot building in Long Island City was ultimately selected as the site for the new center. With Denham Wolf’s guidance, the existing light manufacturing building was expanded into a larger, healthcare regulation-compliant facility that could fully support PPNYC’s program requirements. In addition to prioritizing patient comfort and healing, the design incorporates several active design elements that promote wellbeing amongst staff and all visitors to the space.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided project management services to PPNYC. Key among these services were:

  • Leading the site assessment process to determine the physical and financial feasibility of prospective sites
  • Supporting the negotiation of the Landlord’s Work Letter
  • Oversight of the design and construction of the new facility, including contractor bidding, management of the project budget and schedule, and close coordination with Landlord’s team

Architect: Stephen Yablon

Status: Completed

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Poets House

Poets House, New York, NY

Client Profile:

Poets House is a library and home for all who read and write poetry. As a nexus of poetry culture, Poets House seeks to document and give voice to the wealth of modern poetry, stimulate dialogue on issues of poetry in culture, and cultivate a wider audience for poetry.

Project Description:

Poets House was selected as the long-term tenant of an 11,000 SF space on the ground and second floors of a new residential condominium building in Battery Park City. The building’s developer provided “core-and-shell” work, and Poets House was responsible for completing the fit-out and equipping of the space. The space incorporated: a library, auditorium, children’s poetry room, multimedia listening room, exhibition space, and administrative offices. The project achieved a LEED Gold certification for sustainable building.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided Poets House with project management and transaction services. Key services among these were:

  • Selection of consultants including architect, attorney, construction manager, and others.
  • Complete oversight of design and construction, including coordination of the project team
  • Management and administration of project funding from public sources including the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the September 11th Fund, New York State Council on the Arts
  • Management and administration of private financing
  • Negotiation of lease terms with developer and landlord
  • Procurement of swing space for Poets House while their new facility was under construction.

Architect: Louise Braverman Architect

Status: Completed

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Scandinavia House

American-Scandinavian Foundation, New York, NY

The American-Scandinavian Foundation

Client Profile:

The American Scandinavian Foundation (ASF) provides a vital cultural and educational link between the United States and the Scandinavian nations. Scandinavia House is the home of the ASF and stands as the leading center for Nordic culture in the United States, offering a diverse range of cultural & family programs.

Project Description:

This project involved the operational planning and development of a new 28,000 SF facility which offers a rich calendar of exhibitions, films, concerts, and lectures.The building includes three galleries, a multi-purpose room with terrace, a 168-seat auditorium, a children’s center, a library, office space, a café, and a gift shop.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided the American-Scandinavian Foundation with project management and transaction services. Key among these services were:

  • Oversight of design and construction, including the selection of consultants
  • Coordination of project team, including architect, engineers, attorneys, construction manager, and others
  • Financial and operational consulting services
  • Development of budgets and cash flows
  • Identification of income opportunities and cost/benefit analyses to determine the most favorable retail uses and appropriate retail approach
  • Negotiation with outside contractors to manage the physical operations of the building and provide café and exclusive catering services
  • Procurement of swing space for the American-Scandinavian Foundation while their new facility was under construction

Architect: Polshek Partnership Architects

Status: Completed

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Social Science Research Council

Social Science Research Council, Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn

Client Profile:

The Social Science Research Council (SSRC) is guided by the belief that justice, prosperity, and democracy require a better understanding of complex social, economic, and political processes. With partners worldwide, SSRC strives to build interdisciplinary and international networks, link research to policy, strengthen individual and institutional capacities for learning, and enhance public access to information.

Project Description:

SSRC approached Denham Wolf in 2007 with a real estate challenge facing many organizations: an expiring lease and a landlord who planned to double their rent in a midtown Manhattan office building. After a thorough search and a complete renovation project, SSRC moved to a spectacular 25,000 SF space in Forest City Ratner’s One Pierrepont Plaza in Brooklyn Heights.The open plan provides access to natural daylight and featuresmultiple meeting spaces to foster a collaborative work environment. The project was delivered under budget and on schedule

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided Social Science Research Council with transaction and project management services. Key among these services were:

  • Leading a planning process with SSRC to determine the physical and financial feasibility of a relocation
  • Articulation of site parameters and subsequent site search
  • Negotiation of lease terms with landlord, as SSRC’s exclusive broker
  • Oversight of design and construction processes, including selection of architect and general contractor

Architect: Kostow Greenwood Architects

Status: Completed

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SPACES @ 520 Eighth Avenue

Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York (ART/NY), New York, NY

Alliance of Resident Theatres (A.R.T./New York)

Client Profile:

The Alliance of Residence Theatres (A.R.T./New York) is a thought leader in the nonprofit theater community that offers services and expertise in support of the complex needs of theater companies. Through financial support, education, and subsidized space, A.R.T. works to create a sustainable cultural environment that allows theater companies to realize their artistic visions.

Project Description:

This project involved the transaction and renovation of 32,000 SF of space for A.R.T./New York, whoentered into a master lease and developed the facility as a shared-space.Denham Wolf was responsible for negotiating leases for 25 subtenants, which allowed A.R.T./New York to expand its program and provide much-needed office and rehearsal space to the theater community.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided A.R.T./New York with transaction and project management services. Key among these services were:

  • Site selection, lease, and sublease negotiations
  • Provision of effective management for varied stakeholders, including the large subtenant group
  • Guidance and alignment of stakeholders including the design and construction team, funders and financers, and A.R.T./New York executive staff
  • Selection of consultants including architect, attorney, construction manager, and others
  • Project oversight from feasibility and concept development
  • Oversight of operational modeling, design, and construction, through closeout

Architect: WASA / Studio A

Status: Completed

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Symphony Space

New York, NY

Project Description:

Denham Wolf began working with Symphony Space in 2006 to provide project management services for targeted improvements to their facility. This work led to a subsequent engagement to develop a strategic plan that would define an optimal path of growth for the organization.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided real estate consultant and project management services to Symphony Space. Key among these services are:

  • Coordinate development of a Master Plan study to analyze opportunities and constraints associated with potential renovation and expansion of Symphony Space’s existing property.
  • Coordinate development of an Alternate Site study to evaluate options for expanding Symphony Space’s programs in additional locations, including budgeting, benchmarking, etc.
  • Selection and coordination of project team members, including architect, engineers, and other consultants.
  • Oversight of design and construction, including the renovation of existing facilities.

Architect: Beyer Blinder Belle

Status: Phase III Renovation Completed

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The BankNote Building

The Bronx, New York

Project Description:

Built in 1909, the BankNote Building originally housed a currency printing facility for the American Banknote Company. Today the large, four-building complex is home to government, civic, and private sector tenants, office tenants, nonprofit tenants, and members of the local arts community. Denham Wolf envisioned this project as an adaptive reuse that would preserve an important landmark and create a thriving center of economic and cultural activity. Key aspects of the project include:

  • High Ceilings, wide column spacing, skylights, ample loading, and parking
  • Competitive rents and generous tenant incentives
  • Major green redevelopment and NYC Landmark

Services Provided: Denham Wolf served as the broker for the acquisition, co-developer and co-owner, and leasing agent. The project’s scope included:

  • Exploration of the market and site identification for development.
  • Negotiation of purchase terms.
  • Pricing, marketing the property for lease, and procuring tenants.

Status: Renovation and leasing completed; Sold

The Innocence Project

Innocence Project, New York, NY

Client Profile:

The Innocence Project is a nonprofit legal clinic affiliated with the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University. Focusing on national litigation and public policy, The Innocence Project is dedicated to exonerating wrongfully convicted people through DNA testing and reforming the criminal justice system to prevent future injustice.

Project Description:

The Innocence Project relocated its main offices to a new 21,000 square foot home in Lower Manhattan. After finalizing a long-term lease, The Innocence Project and its consultants developed the design documents required for the interior fit-out. The project was constructed by the Landlord as stipulated in the lease arrangements. The program includes multiple private and shared offices, open area workstations, a new state of the art board room, conference rooms, high-density filing room, and other support spaces. Project scope involved demolition of previous installations, upgrade of the air conditioning system and reconfiguration of electrical and plumbing systems.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided the Innocence Project with project management services. Key among these services were:

  • Coordination with the Landlord
  • Complete oversight of design and construction, including selection and coordination of project team (architect, engineer, general contractor, construction manager, etc.)
  • Management of project budget and schedules
  • Coordination of Landlord’s work letter
  • Oversight of design and procurement of furniture, finishes, and equipment

Architect: Montroy Andersen DeMarco

Status: Completed

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Theatre Development Fund

Theatre Development Fund, Garment District, NYC

New Head Office

Client Profile:

The Theatre Development Fund's (TDF’s) mission is to identify and support theatrical works of high artistic merit. Guided by the conviction that the theatrical arts represent a unique form of creative expression that must be sustained and made accessible, TDF provides financial assistance to organizations and enables diverse audiences to attend live performances.

Project Description:

Due to the concentration of theaters in and around Times Square, TDF has always been eager to remain in the area, despite its pattern of rising rents. Denham Wolf was engaged to identify a convenient and affordable office for TDF, ultimately securing 12,000 square feet for the organization just six blocks south of its previous location. By partnering with our project management team, TDF was able to optimize the space’s unusual floorplan, creating further leverage for favorable lease terms. Denham Wolf’s engagement also included overseeing a complete upgrade of air conditioning systems, the reconfiguration of electrical and plumbing systems, and the maximization of daylighting.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided TDF with both transaction and project management services. Key among these services were:

  • Affordable site selection within close proximity to Times Square
  • Lease negotiation
  • Selection and oversight of project team for design and construction, including architect and general contractor
  • Monitoring of the landlord’s building management team and related consultants throughout construction

Architect: Perkins Eastman

Status: Completed

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Third Street Music School Settlement

Third Street Music School Settlement, New York, NY

Client Profile:

Third Street is the oldest community music school in the country, and is passionately committed to providing exceptional education and community access regardless of economic status or artistic ability. Through a range of classes, programs, and performances, Third Street fosters knowledge, creativity, and a vital sense of community in the Lower East Side.

Project Description:

Due to the demand for its programs, the Third Street Music Settlement had outgrown its 30,000 SF space in Manhattan’s East Village.The school engaged in a study to set forth a plan that would address their needs for growth and modernize their facilities.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided real estate consulting services to the Third Street Music School. The scope of work included:

  • Confirmation of spatial program in tandem with architect that meets the school’s growing needs
  • Articulation of real estate options based on the school’s requirements and development of a building case study for each option
  • Preparation of capital budgets and schedule to anticipate timing of capital needed for the project
  • Development of a road map that outlines recommended activities and critical milestones for the project

Architect: James Vincent Czajka Architect

Status: Planning Study Completed

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West 83 Ministry Center

Redeemer Presbyterian Church, New York, NY

Redeemer Presbyterian Church

Client Profile:

Redeemer Presbyterian Church is committed to personal spirituality, community building, social justice, and cultural renewal. Community development forms the core of RPC’s mission, which aims to transform poor communities into prosperous mixed income neighborhoods through vital services such as affordable day care and after school programs.

Project Description:

The project consisted of the adaptive re-use and expansion of a former parking garage into a new Worship & Community Center. The facility includes an 800-seat sanctuary, fellowship hall with terrace and kitchen, school classrooms, and various support spaces, totaling approximately 43,000 SF.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided project management services to the Redeemer Presbyterian Church. The scope of work included:

  • Assessment of project team, contractual arrangements, and procedures.
  • Monitoring of coordination among project team, including architect, engineers, attorneys, construction manager, and others.
  • Review and negotiation of construction change orders.
  • Consultation on community relations and coordination.

Architect: Gertler & Wente Architects LLP

Status: Complete

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Young Judaea

Young Judaea, New York, NY

Client Profile:

Young Judaea (YJ) is the largest Zionist group in the United States, bringing together Jewish youth nationally and internationally through a shared commitment to Jewish values and a belief in the fundamental significance of Israel for Jewish life. Through education, leadership and social action, YJ promotes the unity of Jewish identity and fosters lifelong connections to Israel.

Project Description:

This project involved the procurement of an 11,500 SF facility to serve as headquarters for Young Judea and Tzofim.The nonprofit signed a ten year lease at a building in Midtown Manhattan which houses multiple functions for the organization.The renovated facility contains 13 private offices, open plan workstation areas for up to 35 staff members, 6 meeting rooms, a pantry area, and designated rooms for filing, copiers, and IT equipment.

Services Provided: Denham Wolf provided Young Judea with transaction services. The scope of work included:

  • Site selection, lease negotiation, and landlord selection.
  • Team selection of project team, including architect.

Architect: G TECTS

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