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Urbahn Architects on the move

Urbahn Architects, a full-service architecture and planning firm, held a reception to celebrate the relocation of its headquarters office to GFP Real Estate’s 306 West 37th Street in Manhattan.

More than 300 real estate, architecture, engineering, construction, finance, and facilities management professionals attended the event.

The 72-year-old architectural studio gained international renown by designing several of the world’s most iconic projects, including the Vehicle Assembly Building and Launch Control at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, one of the largest buildings on Earth by volume at 130 million cubic feet.

Five principals – Donald E. Henry, Jr., AIA, LEED AP; Natale V. Barranco, AIA, LEED AP; Martin D. Stein, AIA; Rafael Stein, AIA; and Ranabir Sengupta, AIA, LEED AP – lead the firm.

The 14,000 s/f new office houses a reception area, private offices, conference rooms, an open-plan office section, a pantry, and support facilities.

Urbahn produces projects across all sectors.

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