A third-generation real estate family, The Hakimian Organization has a 40-year history of developing, building and managing luxury residential, office and hotel projects in New York City. With a sterling reputation as a full-service firm, The Hakimian Organization remains meticulously involved in every project from concept to completion. The company prides itself in delivering the finest quality work and distinctive architecture, as evidenced by such noteworthy developments as 636 Eleventh Avenue, a 1910 warehouse-to-luxury office conversion that influenced the rejuvenation of Manhattan’s West Side, and Flatiron 18, a lush 20-story residential building designed by celebrated architect Richard Cook. Most recently, The Hakimian Organization completed 75 Wall, an ultra-lux hotel and condominium tower built in partnership with Peykar Brothers Realty and Gorjian Properties. For more information about The Hakimian Organization, visit www.hakimian.com.
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Rockwell Group is an award winning, cross-disciplinary 140-person architecture and design firm specializing in cultural, hospitality, retail, product, and set design. Based in New York, with a satellite office in Madrid and Shanghai, the firm crafts a unique narrative and an immersive environment for each project. Rockwell’s interest in theater has informed much of the firm’s work, including: W Hotel New York, Union Square, Paris- Opéra and Vieques; the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center at Lincoln Center; the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas; Hotel Bel-Air; Adour Alain Ducasse at The St. Regis New York; the central Market- place of the JetBlue terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport; set design for the 2009 and 2010 Academy Awards ceremonies; Canyon Ranch Miami Beach; the Kodak Theatre, Los Angeles; Nobu restaurants worldwide; set design for Broadway’s “Hairspray” and “Catch Me If You Can;” and the Imagination Playground initiative.