Upon entering a building, visitors typically formulate a first impression based on the lobby and elevator. Interior cab refurbishments enhance the appearance of outdated or tired cabs. Refurbishment is a great way to add value and improve tenant satisfaction, but there are some things to consider along the way. Continue reading Why Refurbish Your Elevator Cab?
The old adage “if it isn’t broken, don’t fix it” applies to many situations in property management, but maintaining your facility isn’t one of them. A solid preventative maintenance strategy is critical to keeping your building’s reputation strong and your budget balanced. Continue reading The Pros of Preventative Maintenance
The property at 23-15 44th Drive in Long Island City may soon hold a 79-story residential tower, according to a permit application recently filed with the city. The proposed building, known as Court Square City View Tower, would contain 774 apartments and 20,000 SF of retail. Continue reading Plans Filed for One Court Square
If you’re looking for a creative way to adapt an old elevator shaft into a new use, consider the example of Alex Kalman’s Mmuseumm, a museum and rotating gallery at 4 Cortlandt Alley in New York’s TriBeCa borough. The museum is unique in that it’s built inside an old elevator shaft. Continue reading Elevator Shaft Museum in TriBeCa
The children, stepchildren, and grandchildren of Elevator Conference of New York (ECNY) members are invited to apply for college scholarships. The organization plans to award at least two $5,000 scholarships, and will grant additional scholarships if more than ten applications are received. Continue reading ECNY Offers Scholarships to High School Students