Monthly Archives: May 2016

Elevators in Mixed Use and Multifamily Properties

Mixed-use residential and multifamily complexes are prospering in today’s real estate market. Millennials and Baby Boomers alike are attracted to the option of living, working, and playing all in the same place. These kinds of structure presents a unique need for elevators. Continue reading Elevators in Mixed Use and Multifamily Properties

Real-Life Elevator Romances in New York

The scene has become a trope in cinema and literature: two people, together and alone in an elevator. Their eyes meet. Tension rises. There’s a connection between them, mutual interest—but then one of them leaves the elevator. Will they meet again? In the case of some real life couples in the Big Apple, the answer was yes. Continue reading Real-Life Elevator Romances in New York

Architects Use Elevators to Connect Medieval and Modern

In Spain, architects like Carles Enrich, Ah Asociados, and Vaumm have put elevators to use to connect regions of cities previously inaccessible to each other. Towns like Hernani, Pamplona, and Gironella have grown over centuries, and today’s residents face literal divides between parts of the cities. Continue reading Architects Use Elevators to Connect Medieval and Modern