Peter Cooper Village and Stuyvesant Town

Manhattan, NY The goal of this collaborative effort with Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects and the property horticulturalist/landscape manager was to assess, redesign, and develop management strategies for both properties’ struggling landscapes and implement those recommendations in four planting seasons. Home to 30,000 residents, this 80 acre 1940’s-era park-like complex is situated in the Gramercy section […]

Hoboken Residence Master Plan and Development

Hoboken, NJ Elevated from street level, this 3,630 sf lot with 1300 sf detached townhouse commands magnificent east views of the Manhattan skyline. Open space areas include the west entrance terraced bed filled with cascading evergreens, flowering shrubs, perennials, grasses and weeping Cedar to frame the street level entrance. A narrow path leads from the […]

Bob’s Discount Furniture

Glendale, NY As part of a multi-disciplinary team to design and develop this regional furniture chain’s new Glendale store housed in the original Woodhaven Bowling Lanes, our scope included site and landscape improvements to the store’s entrance and parking areas to meet New York City commercial zoning landscape and street tree requirements. CLIENTS: Bob’s Discount […]

Saint Paul’s Churchyard

Manhattan, NY Working in collaboration with Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects to rehabilitate this overburdened historic cemetery located in lower Manhattan, the scope of site improvements include upgrades to walking paths and seating areas, new paving at the chapel entrances and landings and new irrigation system throughout. Landscape improvements include extensive soil remediation and tree canopy […]