American Copper Buildings/A Look Inside New York’s Most Luxurious Gyms and Fitness Centers

The stunning fitness options at American Copper Buildings will finally make hitting the gym more privilege than punishment. The brainchild of JDS Development Group, the SHoP Architects-designed towers will offer residents of their 761 homes access to a state-of-the-art fitness facility, perched 300 feet over Kips Bay in the skybridge that connects the two towers.…

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Monad Terrace at 1300 Monad Terrace

First Look: Monad Terrace

NYC-based JDS Development Group is making its mark on Miami real estate with Monad Terrace, a collection of 59 individually designed waterfront homes rising over South Beach Bay. The residential development comprises two towers, one rising 14 stories and the other 7 stories high—each bedecked in glass and metal—separated by a stunning reflecting pond. Monad…

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Towering over 2017

Construction continues at JDS Development Group’s massive Kips Bay residential project, American Copper Buildings, one of New York City’s marquee real estate developments set for completion in 2017. The building’s two copper-clad towers will be connected via a three-story glass skybridge, which will house comprehensive amenities, including a spa, hammam, and a 75-foot lap pool,…

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Façade Installation Underway At 11-Story Baltic Park Slope At 613 Baltic Street

Construction is underway on the façade of JDS Development Group’s new condo development: Baltic in Park Slope. The NYC real estate developers enlisted VOA Associates to create the unique white-brick and glass exterior for the 11-story residential tower, which topped out in the summer of 2016. Upon completion, Baltic will introduce 43 luxury residences to…

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Monad Terrace at 1300 Monad Terrace

Miami Architecture Finally Addresses “Visible and Tangible Impacts of Sea-Level Rise

JDS Development Group and architect Jean Nouvel carefully considered the impact of rising sea levels when they created the new Miami luxury tower Monad Terrace. The project, which marks Nouvel’s first residential contribution to the Florida landscape, will be built nearly 12 feet above sea level to protect the building and its 59 residences from…

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