Category: Architect's Newspaper

Architect's Newspaper
12/22/2016

400 Grove Wins The Architect’s Newspaper 2016 Best of Design Award For Residential Multi-Unit

2016 Best of Design Award for Residential > Multi-Unit: 400 Grove Developer: DDG Master Planner: DDG Architect: Fougeron Architecture Property Manager: DDG Location: San Francisco, CA Located in the heart of the Hayes Valley […]


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Architect's Newspaper
12/15/2016

XOCO 325 Wins The Architect’s Newspaper 2016 Best of Design Award in Digital Fabrication

2016 Best of Design Award in Digital Fabrication: XOCO 325 Developer: DDG Architect: DDG Construction Manager: DDG Property Manager: DDG Location: New York, NY Acting as developer, design architect, construction manager […]


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Architect's Newspaper
01/29/2016

DDG Reinterprets Cast Iron Facades of SoHo

Located in the SoHo Cast Iron Historic district, XOCO 325 (pronounced sho/co) is a 9-story, 21-unit condo development. Named after the Catalan word for chocolate, the project involves the renovation of a former Tootsie chocolate factory, […]


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Architect's Newspaper
10/21/2015

12 Warren Street Starts to Reveal its Final Form

Tribeca’s 12 Warren Street is finally stripping down and the public is now getting a glimpse of the building’s distinguished facade. Development, design and construction firm DDG is bucking the trend of the usual glass luxury buildings that are […]


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Architect's Newspaper
08/14/2015

DDG Brings Dramatic Mountain Terrain to its Latest Tribeca Condo

DDG is known for using natural materials and dressing its buildings with greenery. This has been the case at a slew of its high-end residential and mixed-use projects around the city, such as 41 Bond or 345meatpacking. The firm’s latest […]


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Architect's Newspaper
07/01/2015

After the Freeway

San Francisco is known for removing urban freeways. Most famous is the waterfront Embarcadero Freeway, damaged in the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake. A few miles up Market Street, however, the 1992 removal of a portion of the earthquake damaged, […]


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Architect's Newspaper
06/30/2015

DDG is Set to Begin Construction on this Razor-Edged, Triangular Building in Tribeca

Two parking lots in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood will soon be filled in with a pair of condo buildings designed, developed, built and managed by DDG. The firm’s plan for 100 Franklin Street was approved by the Landmarks […]


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The Architect's Newspaper
12/26/2014

2014 Year in Review > Top Unveiled Projects

Take a look back at the year's top stories with The Architect's Newspaper. Here are ten of the most noteworthy new projects unveiled this year--from Studio Gang's supertall tower in Chicago to a five-story condo project in San Francisco. […]


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Architect’s Newspaper
08/03/2012

Yayoi Kusama Covers a Meatpacking District Scaffold With Dots

We already knew that DDG could pull together a classy “product,” as they say in real estate parlance. But now the group has upped the ante by teaming with Yayoi Kusama, the 83-year-old Japanese show-stopping pop artist. […]


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