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SHoP Architects Design Congruent American Copper Residential Towers in New York City

Located in Kips Bay, the dramatic dual-towered American Copper Buildings—a collaboration between NYC real estate developer JDS Development Group and SHoP Architects—is already widely recognized for its three-story Skybridge, the city’s first major midair walkway in 80 years. For the first time, the interiors of these luxury rental apartments have been revealed, as each residence will feature floor-to-ceiling windows, Miele appliances, oak flooring, and luxurious finishes. Amenities include a lounge, rooftop infinity pool, fitness center, Turkish bath, and playroom. The luxury apartments at American Copper Buildings will serve up impressive city and river views.

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Giant, 1,000-apartment Buildings are Taking Over NYC

Everything is bigger and brighter in New York City, especially in the real estate industry. The city has recently welcomed a new wave of larger-than-life apartment buildings, the most notable of which is the SHoP Architects-designed American Copper Buildings, a pair of architecturally innovative apartment towers in Kips Bay helmed by JDS Development. When the buildings, which are connected by an elevated skybridge, open their doors this fall, they will add 761 stylish modern residences to the sought-after East Side enclave.

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Developer Turns Former Gowanus Arts Space into Luxury Condo Sales Office

In a former performance venue that once echoed with the sounds of dancers’ footsteps, new art is on display courtesy of the top real estate developers behind the Baltic luxury condominium in Brooklyn. At the 44-residence tower’s sales gallery at 303 Bond Street in Brooklyn​, JDS Development Group pays homage to the erstwhile arts venue with a collection of sculptures by artist Anna Karlin. The featured works were created using materials such as brass, quartz, and walnut that are integral to Baltic’s construction.

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Developers Turn to Materials of Old to Stand Out in Modern Era

New York City's JDS Development Group is veering away from the typical exteriors of the city’s skyline by erecting façades inspired by century-old Manhattan buildings. The nearly completed American Copper Buildings stand tall with their metal cladding, which over time will acquire a patina similar to the color of the Statue of Liberty. And the newest JDS project, 10-story Chelsea building The Fitzroy, will feature a classic glazed terra cotta and copper-lined façade influenced by Art Deco icons located throughout the city. In a forest of glass and steel, these buildings stand out as testaments to the architectural history that gives New York its identity.

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A work of art – New building The Fitzroy returns to Art Deco style and — surprise! — offers wall space for paintings

Located on the same block as nine major art galleries, JDS Development group’s newest Chelsea building combines fine art with Art Deco. Named The Fitzroy by the NYC real estate developers, the project seeks to differentiate itself from the swooping lines and glass walls of its neighbors by harkening back to the romantic aesthetics of 1930s New York. With its terra cotta exterior and oak and copper interiors designed with ample wall space to hang paintings, The Fitzroy is poised to become one of the most sought-after addresses in Chelsea.

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NYC developers looking for the old in the new

Top NYC developers are returning to natural materials to create a sense of authenticity in their buildings and stand out among the competition. JDS Development Group often eschews the modern standard of exposed steel and sheets of glass in the designs of their projects in Manhattan and Brooklyn. The Fitzroy, the company’s 14-residence project in Chelsea, will cut an impressive figure in green-glazed terracotta and copper-framed windows. JDS ​managing partner Michael Stern has observed that, while it may be easier to use mass-produced materials instead of those that are crafted and installed by hand, the resulting buildings lack the character that has always made New York architecture so distinctive.

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JDS Opens the Quirky Sales Office For its First Brooklyn Condo

JDS Development Group is continuing its tradition of innovation by transforming its newest sales office into an art gallery. They have commissioned artist Anna Karlin to craft a series of pieces for the sales office for Baltic, the firm’s upcoming 11-story Park Slope condo development. The sculptures, which are made from the same materials as the building and correspond to different parts of it, are designed to capture the essence of elements ranging from various rooms to the façade itself. Baltic has recently topped out its construction. ​

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See Inside the Baltic Condos Rising on 4th Avenue in Park Slope

Construction is progressing at Baltic, JDS Development’s residential project on Brooklyn’s booming 4th Avenue. When complete, Baltic will feature a gray-brick and punched-window facade that rises above surrounding buildings to provide panoramic views of the neighborhood and downtown Brooklyn. Its 44 apartments will have high ceilings and the luxury finishes and flourishes for which JDS is known. Residents will also enjoy amenities including a fitness center and a rooftop terrace complete with dining areas and an outdoor cinema.

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Architect Jean Nouvel Borrows From One Central Park For New Miami Project

With its Miami Beach luxury condo Monad Terrace, JDS Development Group is bringing a touch of nature to Miami’s residential real estate scene. The two-building, 51-residence structure designed by lauded architect Jean Nouvel “draws inspiration from nature” in multiple ways. The apartments will have floor-through views to admit ample natural light, a hanging garden will feature local vegetation, and the centerpiece of the development will be a naturally filtered, lushly landscaped lagoon that seems to flow into nearby Biscayne Bay.

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11-Story, 44-Unit Mixed-Use Condo Project Rises To Fifth Floor At 613 Baltic Street, Park Slope

Construction is underway at Baltic, Park Slope’s newest luxury condo and retail development. With convenient access to booming Downtown Brooklyn, the JDS Development Group project is expected to open in 2017, and sales of two- and three-bedroom apartments have already begun. The building will feature plentiful amenities for residents, including a fitness center, landscaped gardens and terraces, a roof deck complete with grills and dining areas, bike storage and car garage, and a private movie theater.

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