We visited the Taystee Building showroom, in West Harlem, New York,  and were just amazed to see how beautiful our renderings look with the modern and sleek design that they chose for it.

A building with history

Located on West 125th Street, this property was the former home of the Taystee Cake Bakery, which closed in the late 1970s. In the decades since its closing, the building has been vacant and suffered decay.

In an effort to revitalize the neighborhood, New York City Economic Development Corporation issued an request for expressions of interest for the redevelopment of the Taystee Bakery in November of 2010, according to their webpage.

Janus Partners LLC and Monadnock Construction, Inc. were selected to lead the redevelopment project.

“The redevelopment of the former Taystee Bakery on West 125th and 126th Streets is the newest addition to the Manhattanville Factory District in West Harlem, New York. This new state-of-the-art Class A office building will welcome a broad mix of commercial, technology, media, non-profit, community and retail users to the 125th Street arts and culture corridor, one avenue east of Columbia University’s expanding campus”, writes NYCEDC in their webpage.

“Taystee will offer spaces of a quality and variety that have not been seen before. The iconic design features dynamic and transparent spaces with floor-to-ceiling glass that will be a vital part of this community”

When complete, the Manhattanville Factory District will total almost a million square feet of new mixed-use buildings beautifully interconnected by a series of greenways and courtyards.

  • If you want to see some of our renderings in the Manhattanville Factory District webpage, you can click here.
  • The brochure  prepared by the Taystee’s team with our renderings is also a piece of art that displays all the spirit of this new project. You can download it  here.

And we also invite you to click the next photo gallery, so you can see how our renderings display in their showroom.

 

 

 

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