Construction work continues at the CFA Society New York in Times Square, where Soluri Architecture has re-designed the reception area for the Society’s offices. Due to the intense, near continuous use of the Society’s meeting and training rooms, construction work has been broken into several phases to minimize disruption. The CFA Society New York has been a leading forum for the investment community since 1937 and is the membership organization for NYC based Chartered Financial
EAT Club, the food tech company has hired Soluri Architecture to design their first Manhattan distribution center as they expand into NYC after 7 successful years on the west coast in Silicon Valley and Los Angeles. The company specializes in preparing and delivering lunch for companies – primarily in the tech sector – such as Netflix, Tesla, Samsung, Virgin America, Mastercard, Task Rabbit and hundreds of others.
Soluri Architecture has been retained to design a new clinic & preventative services center by CCM, a NYC based non-profit organization that has provided mental health services in Brooklyn & Manhattan for the past 30 years. The proposed 6,200 sq ft facility in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn will contain two separate programs – a licensed mental health clinic and a preventative services program that specializes in protecting children and keeping families together. CCM initially asked Soluri
Soluri Architecture has been hired by the CFA Society New York to re-design their reception area and public hallways at the organization’s Times Square offices as part of a re-branding effort. The CFA Society New York has been a leading forum for the investment community since 1937 and is the membership organization for NYC based Chartered Financial Analysts (CFA) – the most respected and recognized investment management credential and designation. The 11,000sq ft CFANY facility