The Spector Group announced that it has been named prime interior architect for the relocation of the Loeb Organization’s New York City offices.
The investment banking, advisory and asset management firm will remain in the Wall Street area, moving from its present space at 61 Broadway, to its new 22,500 s/f home, on the 14th floor of 125 Broad Street.
“It is a pleasure working closely with the Loeb Organization to transition the firm into a lighter, brighter office space and one that makes the most of the location’s ample daylight and spectacular views,” says Scott Spector, AIA, a principal at Spector Group, who, along with Spector senior designer Jessica Mann-Amato, LEED AP, IIDA and project manager Jonathan Widyawardhana, LEED AP, AIA, is overseeing the project.
“While we are excited about the end results of the build-to-suit design, what we are most proud of is the close, mutually respectful relationship that has developed between our team and Loeb’s over the course of the past year.”
Upon completion this fall, the offices will feature clear glass to optimize views and create a more fluid look and a transitional style with a neutral color palette, punctuated by rich blue tones and warm woods. A gallery display, which complements the tradition and heritage of the family-owned financial services firm, will be one of the space’s highlights.
The offices will also include: open ceilings; a communal reception area; boardroom; multiple conference rooms; private offices and support spaces. Spector Group, which is also providing furniture coordination services as part of its scope of work, has incorporated lower workstation panels and more collaborative furniture footprints into the design.
“We selected Spector Group due to its proven record of persistence and great reputation,” said Thomas L. Kempner, Chairman of the Loeb Organization. “We have been enormously pleased with Scott and his team. They have been exemplary partners to work with on this project and we look forward to moving into our new space.”
Spector Group is working alongside the building’s owner, Mack-Cali, to deliver the offices on time and within budget.