Chris Collins, Executive Vice President of its Land Use Group

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  • Next Residents of a Luxury Building: Police Horses

    The New York Times wrote about Mercedes House and they space they provided for the NYPD’s mounted police. Capalino+Company represented Two Trees, the developer, through two ULURP applications. Read More

    NYC Council Approves the Kingsbridge National Ice Center

    Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg & Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. herald the approval of Kingsbridge Armory’s transformation into the world’s largest indoor ice sports facility Read More

    AIA New York: A Platform for the Future of the City

    On Saturday May 11th, the American Institute of Architects New York Chapter introduced A Platform for the Future of the City, a policy platform of the most pressing issues facing the City’s built environment. Read More

  • Mayor Bloomberg Announces Kingsbridge National Ice Center

    Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg announced plans to transform the long vacant Kingsbridge Armory in the Bronx into what will become the world’s largest indoor ice facility. Read More

    City Approves Plan for Pier 57 – Young Woo & Asso...

    In early April 2013, the City of New York officially approved the plans to convert Pier 57 – a 425,000 square foot Pier in the Hudson River – into a new retail and cultural hub to be built by Young Woo & Associates. Read More

    Woolworth Building Marks Centennial

    April 24th marks the 100th Anniversary of our office building, The Woolworth Building. Read More

  • A High Line in Queens: Just Imagine the Food

    In the March 17th edition of the New York Times Eleanor Randolph endorsed the idea of the Queensway. Read More

    Video: 2012 at the High Line

    The High Line recently released an exciting video highlighting this past year’s events, art projects, and other happenings. Read More

    City Approves Office Buildings Atop Chelsea Market

    On November 13th, 2012 the New York City Council approved Jamestown Properties’ plan to rezone Chelsea Market. The project would add up to 1200 new high-tech and media jobs and contribute $13 million to the Highline and $5 million to build low-and moderate-income housing. Read More