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180 Water in New York Post

180 Water, an AKM-designed conversion, is in the news. Per the article below, a sale has been announced on 180 Water Street. The article is here This conversion from office building to luxury residences was joint development with Vanbarton Group and Metroloft Management. Per the story kamagra pills paypal prepaid debit , it has now being […]

180 Water Street

Apartments at 180 Water Street are now open for rental. Once a 25 story office building perfect money problems , this 1970’s structure has now been extended to 32 stories and converted into 601 luxury rental units. Each of the 601 apartments, ranging from studio to 3 bedroom, boast 10′ high ceilings and access to amenities such […]

470 Dean Street continues

The superstructure construction continues at 470 Dean Street at the corner of Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn. The 7th floor has been poured, and when complete the building will be 8 stories high, with 64 units of rentals. The project also has a garage with 3 levels of car parking, and over 6,000 sq. ft. of […]

470 Dean Street

A recent web article on progress at this Brooklyn project

AKM on Instagram

AKM published its first Instagram this month. Aptly, our first post was a 36 year ‘throw back’ to our first large conversion, Bleecker Court.

Progress on 507 West Chelsea

High Line tower “507 West Chelsea” is almost fully clad

The Luna in LIC is Completed

Recently published, the article below covers the AKM project at 42-15 Crescent Street in LIC

High Line Towers

This AKM-designed building will be the tallest residential tower on the High Line.

42-15 Crescent Street

Conversion and addition in the rapidly changing Long Island City neighborhood.

High Line Towers Under Construction

The superstructure and curtain wall are going up alongside the High Line Park

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