Handel Architects recognized for three projects in 2022 MHN Excellence Awards

Date Published December 05, 2022
Category Project News

We’re proud to take home three design awards in the Multi-Housing News 2022 Excellence Awards.

Handel Architects took home three awards at this year's Multi-Housing News Awards. Projects awarded were Coterie Cathedral Hill, a new senior living building in San Francisco (Gold Award); The Artisan, a new mixed-use residential/office project in New York City (Silver Award); and Four Seasons Residences 706 Mission, a new luxury residential project in San Francisco that included the adaptive reuse of the historic Aronson Building (Bronze Award). Winners were announced at the ceremony in New York City. See the full list of winning properties, projects and professionals HERE.

Coterie Cathedral Hill

Gold Award in Development & Design: Senior Housing.

Located in San Francisco, this new 13-story senior living building contains 209 units and multiple landscaped courtyards, terraces, and a pool deck totaling over 17,000 sq. ft.

The Artisan at Essex Crossing

Silver Award in Development & Design: Mixed-Use

Located in Manhattan's Lower East Side, The Artisan includes a 19-story residential tower rising above a 5-story commercial podium that occupies a full New York City block. The tower includes 263 residential apartments with 121 of the units designated as affordable.

Four Seasons Private Residences at 706 Mission

Bronze Award in Adaptive Reuse

Located in San Francisco, this project includes a 43-story residential tower connected to the adjacent Aronson Building, an historic building that was restored and rehabilitated as part of the project. The building now houses 42 luxury residential units as well as space for the new Mexican Museum.

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