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Fall 2015 Newsletter with Aerial featured in Architectural Digest
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Dear Friends,
 
Welcome to Fall. With Thanksgiving approaching and the upcoming Holiday season, we would like to share with you our accomplishments and some exciting news.

We will begin with really exciting news. Our project for celebrity designer Derek Lam, for which we worked along with Neal Beckstedt Studio, was featured in September 2015 issue of Architectural Digest. Also, Aerial was again featured as the Contractor of Choice in the New York Design Magazine Winter 2015 issue.

In this Newsletter you will learn about our New York 2015 projects, both completed and those still in progress. Aerial is pleased to announce our new Aerial CARE page on our website with user friendly care & maintenance instructions and we will conclude with some inspiring articles. First one is about New York Real Estate Market boom in 2015. Are you a supporter of women in construction? Then you will learn below that it was a woman who saved the Brooklyn Bridge.

 
Happy Thanksgiving season!
Your dedicated Aerial Team

 
AERIAL DESIGN & BUILD project
featured in Architectural Digest
Our 50 Gramercy Park project for celebrity designer Derek Lam completed in 2014 was featured in September 2015 issue of ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST. Click here to read the article.

We worked on this exciting project along with Neal Beckstedt Studio. The millworking was quite extensive and came out awesome!
Derek Lam's Manhattan Home
Design of  the interiors: Neal Beckstedt Studio

Apartment built by Aerial Design and Build.

 
 Aerial project accomplishments during 2015
 COMPLETED PROJECTS
 
RESIDENTIAL: 20 E 9th Street 6B ● 20 E 9th Street 6G ● 2 5th Avenue ● 1 Gracie Terrace ● 160 E 65th Street ● 422 E 72nd Street ● 166 Bank Street ● 530 E Grand Street ● 135 W 16th Street ● 300 E 62nd Street ● 50 Gramercy Park South ● 32 W 18th Street, NYC
 
HOSPITALITY/ RETAIL/ COMMERCIAL OFFICES: Padoca Bakery 359 E 68th St, NYC ● Cannelle Pattisserie LIC, NY ● Designer office 41 Union Square ● Law Office 11 John Street

Photos of some of our completed projects:
20 E 9th St, NYC                        1 Gracie Terrace, NYC                 166 Bank St, NYC
300 E 62nd Street, NYC
50 Gramercy Park South
32 W 18th Street, NYC
Cannelle Patisserie                     Padoca Bakery                           Law Office           
Long Island City, NYC                359 East 68th St, NYC                11 Broadway NYC

PROJECTS STARTED IN 2015 WHICH ARE IN THE PROGRESS: 
 
RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS: 410 E 57th Street ● 62 Cooper Square ● 24 W 30th Street ● 14 Sutton Place South ● 54 Riverside Drive â— 233 E 69th Street ● 755 West End Avenue
 
HOSPITALITY PROJECTS: Indian Accent Restaurant, Parker Meredian Hotel ● Financier Patisserie Grand Central Station ● Andanada Restaurant in West Village

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Please follow our website and facebook page where we regularly post photos and information about our projects.

 
Announcement of NEW "Aerial CARE" page on our website
We are happy to announce our new Aerial CARE page to our website with care and maintenance instructions for many of the finish materials and equipment installed at our job sites.

Our customers can now refer to our Aerial CARE for tips to care for their hardwood flooring,
heating, ventilation and air conditioning, stone and tiles, windows and doors or fixtures and home appliances they have chosen for their projects!! And anyone in general that might want to use it for reference, it is a great collective guide.


 
Inspiration & Articles
Building boom in NYC in 2015

Building permits in the city have skyrocketed in 2015, with Brooklyn leading the way. In 2015 the City authorized 52,618 Residential Units (compared to 20,574 building permits issued in 2014). About 26 billion USD was spend over the past year for construction, mostly for Residential Units. To read further, click here.
To all women in construction!
 
Emily Warren Roebling, known as the "woman who saved the Brooklyn Bridge" was born On September 23, 1843. Early in its construction, Roebling's husband, the chief engineer in charge of the bridge’s construction, became bedridden due to decompression sickness. Emily Roebling stepped in to become the first female field engineer and supervised the bridge's construction for over ten years until its completion in 1883.

To read more about the story of Emily Warren Roebling please click here.


 
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