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Miami’s Oppenheim Architecture opens NYC office

OPPENHEIM Architecture, the architecture, interior design and planning firm, announced its recent expansion with a new office based in New York City.

The new location in SoHo will allow the Miami-based firm to better serve existing clients in the New York region and continue to grow its clientele base in the Northeast.

“We are thrilled to establish a New York City office to better meet the needs of our clients in and around the area and to build to a strong foothold in the market,” said Chad Oppenheim, principal and lead designer of OPPENHEIM Architecture.

CHAD OPPENHEIM
CHAD OPPENHEIM

“It’s especially exciting for me since I grew up close by in New Jersey and now have the opportunity to return to my roots after 36 years to design more projects in the area.”

OPPENHEIM Architecture’s New York City office will focus on the company’s current design work in the area, including Monroe Condominium, a 34-unit residential condominium development by iStar in Asbury Park, New Jersey.

It will also spearhead the design of multiple hotel and residential towers in New York City.

New York Studio Leader Juan Lopez will lead the company’s efforts to drive the same success OPPENHEIM Architecture has achieved working out of its Miami and Basel, Switzerland offices, and will continue to add to the firm’s track record of achievements.

Prior to heading the SoHo office, Lopez spent seven years working with OPPENHEIM Architecture in Miami.

He also held positions as a Senior Architect at OMA as well as Project Manager and Project Architect at Alloy Development.

The Monroe Condominiums in Asbury Park
The Monroe Condominiums in Asbury Park

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