59-Casino City

This high-density residential project is located inside an  ambitious mega development called Casino City along  interstate freeway from Incheon International Airport to  Seoul. The site area is about 11,500 sqm, and overall building area is about 96,500 sqm.

There are four apartment towers of various  heights that are adjoined by sky-corridor-gardens  at various elevations. SaaN’s design promotes  healthy community and modern living. There is  a urban community center shared by residents of  all four towers, and sky ‘communities” shared by  neighboring towers of limited units. Sustainability is emphasized in design of residential units  and also in public facilities such as swimming  pool and club house. Modernity is reflected in architectural facade design of simplicity, efficiency,  luxury and sophistication.

Huludao Island

Huludao Island
Liaoning Province, PRC

This project consists primarily of 1,880 residential apartments arranged in 6-8 story buildings. The residential area is isolated from the street by 270,000 square feet of commercial space. In the center of the project is an 18,000 square foot clubhouse with dining facilities, a swimming pool, and athletic and recreational rooms. The interior landscape is pedestrian friendly: the height and placement of buildings brings the maximum amount of light to the ground, interior roads for automobiles are used sparingly, and the riverfront has been kept clear for a pedestrian promenade, which forms the largest boundary of the site.

Manhattan Hotel and Condominium

This new hotel and condominium in Prishtina, Kosovo, scheduled to begin construction in 2008, will be one of the first towers to grace the skyline of this newly independent country. The building will feature 85 condominium units (1,2,3 bedrooms, and penthouses), 72 hotel rooms, and amenities including a lobby bar, sports bar, retail, spa, fitness center, indoor / outdoor pool, daycare facility, conference centers, banquet room, and a rooftop bar and restaurant. Mr. Brothers will be working with the developer, a Kosovar businessman with years of experience in New York City, to help set the standard for building luxury hotels and residences throughout the country.

Hangzhou Hillside

Hangzhou Hillside
Hangzhou, PRC

 This development consists of 250 independent and attached single family villas on a hillside in a scenic and bustling city outside of Shanghai. The villas are of a contemporary design and range from 350 – 650 m2 (3,750 – 7,000 square feet). All units were sold before construction was completed.

12 East 92nd Street

12 East 92th Street
New York, New York

WQB was the co-developer and architect for renovation and co-op conversion of four brownstones 8, 10, 12 and 14 East 92nd street. 10 E92 was renovated and sold as a private home. 8 and 12 included custom apartments which were ultimately sold. Rooftop penthouses were added to each building in 1988. The penthouse of 12 East 92 Street sold for a record price of over $800,000 for a one-bedroom walk-up apartment.

Fishkill Wesley Senior Housing

The Fishkill Church of the Nazarene and Interactive Development Associates are developing an active living community on 8 acres of land owned by the Church. The proposed senior community creates 110 apartment units and includes the following:

•Independent Living for well seniors who choose to enjoy the wellness programs as available.

•A  centrally located —acre park/recreational space for use by the Town as a whole and  A foot long landscaped Par Course available to the neighborhood and the surrounding community.

Fifth on the Park New York, New York

Designed with FxFowle Architects for Uptown Partners, Fifth on the Park is a 28‐story mixed-use building located on Fifth Avenue at Mt. Morris Park in Harlem. The building has 200 luxury condominium units, 50 apartments, and a full amenity package including a gym and swimming pool. At street level is a 2,000 seat sanctuary designed for a local church, and a 200‐space parking garage. The feasibility of the building was supported by a 421‐a tax abatement from the City of New York HPD. The building was completed in 2010.

380 Lenox Ave

380 Lenox Avenue
New York, New York

Designed with GF55 Architects, 380 Lenox is the first privately funded luxury condominium building in Harlem, built by Uptown Partners at the corner of 129th Street and Lenox Avenue. The units, 77 in all, are both one and two-stories, and more than one third come with generous private terraces overlooking the street. 11,000 square feet of retail space lines the sidewalk, and underground is an 88-car parking garage. The building is designed to fit in with the large classically styled masonry buildings lining the avenue, as well as the landmarked Astor Row buildings on 130th Street. The project was featured in an article in the New York Sun in August 2006. The feasibility of the building was supported by a 421-a tax abatement from the City of New York HPD. Construction is complete and units are sold.

Loft 14 135 West 14th St New York, New York

Loft 14
135 West 14th St
New York, New York

Loft 14 was a gut renovation and five-story addition to an existing eight-story building on 14th Street in Manhattan on a site astride the Greenwich Village and Chelsea neighborhoods. Each unit is one full floor, with one or two terraces, and fully-finished, state of the art luxury kitchens and baths. The units sold quickly after coming on the market in 2008, for over $3 million each. The project was developed by the Vintage Group.