Three Handel Architects projects recognized at SARA 2022 Design Awards

Awards include multifamily, mixed-use and public projects.

Handel Architects is proud to have received recognition for three of its recent projects at this year's SARA Awards Gala in San Diego. Projects recognized include Pier 57, the adaptive reuse of an historic shipping pier on Manhattan's West Side; 950 Tennessee, a multi-family project that straddles two types of context in San Francisco; and Serif SF and The Line Hotel, a new undulating building on Market Street in San Francisco.

Thank you to the judges and congratulations to all of the other projects recognized! See the full list of winners here.

Read more about the winning projects below:

Serif and The LINE Hotel

Located in San Francisco, this new 12-story mixed-use hotel and residential building is clad in a continuous concrete wrapper that subtly shifts as the program changes within. It is located on a triangular site that shares a block with the historic Warwick Theater.

950 Tennessee

Also located in San Francisco is a new 100-unit residential building that has been designed to reflect the dichotomy of San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood, with a style and massing that has been split into two – one residential in texture and the other more industrial, reflecting the variety in the immediate vicinity.

Pier 57

Recently opened in New York City, Pier 57’s renovation and restoration transformed an historic shipping pier into a new mixed-use destination, including 320,000 sq.ft. of office space, two performance venues, a restaurant, ground floor retail and an 80,000 sq.ft. public rooftop park.

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