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Turkish architecture firm opens office at 111 John Street in Lower Manhattan

Tabanlıoğlu Architects has announced the opening of an office in New York City.

Photo via Yardi Matrix
Photo via Yardi Matrix

The Istanbul-based firm’s new office is located in Lower Manhattan at 111 John Street.

“New York City is the world center of business, commerce and design, and we look forward to increasing the firm’s international practice with our New York office,” said Murat Tabanlıoğlu, founding partner of Tabanlıoğlu Architects.

“We are excited to expand into this great market with our growing and talented professional staff.”

Throughout Europe, the Middle East, North Africa, and most recently the United States, Tabanlıoğlu Architects has developed design alternatives for residential buildings, offices, industrial facilities, shopping malls and transformation projects.

It has offices in Doha, London and Dubai and in New York City has designed buildings including 118 East 59th Street, and 442 & 436 East 13th Street. It also has several buildings under consideration in South Florida.

Some of the firm’s major global projects include the Dakar Congress Center in Dakar, Senegal; the Zorlu Center in Istanbul, Turkey and the Astana Arena in Astana, Kazakhstan.

“New York City is home to a growing number of global architecture firms and Tabanlıoğlu Architects is proud to enter this influential and important market,” said Melkan Gürsel, founding partner of Tabanlıoğlu Architects. “Tabanlıoğlu Architects looks forward to this tremendous opportunity for our firm to establish our presence in the United States.”

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