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

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
12 Warren

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
8Octavia

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
100 Franklin

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
400 Grove

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
345meatpacking

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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