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January 14, 2020

Durst closes on Delaware River waterfront development site in $10 million deal with Philadelphia (The Philadelphia Inquirer)

The Durst Organization has paid $10 million for the city-owned lot on the Delaware River waterfront north of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge, where it plans an apartment tower. Durst, based in New York,

Press | Project News

January 13, 2020

Partner Michael Arad to speak at UC Berkeley

Event titled "Memorials in the Public Realm: Designing for Public Engagement" Join Handel Architects' Partner Michael Arad for a free event at UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design as he speaks ...

Events | People/Firm

January 10, 2020

A look inside Austin Proper, now (sort of) open (Curbed Austin)

The long-awaited opening of Austin Proper Hotel and Residences is finally here—sort of. The downtown building, which broke ground in 2016, is open for a “preview phase,” which it announced late

Project News

January 09, 2020

Principal Deborah Moelis to speak with Lois Arena at NYSERDA event on large-scale Passive House

Free event to be hosted by the Building Energy Exchange. Join Principal Deborah Moelis as she speaks with Lois Arena, the Director of Passive House Services at Steven Winter Associates, about large-sc...

Events | People/Firm

December 31, 2019

Announcing Handel Architects' 2020 Sustainability Fellowship

New York office seeks full-time summer intern who will further the integration of sustainable design standards into our practice. Building on the success of 2019's Sustainability Fellowship program, H...

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