Boston Consulting Group

Boston Consulting Group (“BCG”), a global management consulting firm, is the world’s leading advisor on business strategy. BCG enlisted HLW to design a new 31,000 sf office for the New Jersey group based in Summit. The project consists of 4 intimate and unique work floors that are connected by a custom designed sculptural stair incorporating […]

URBY at Harborside

Harborside Plaza is a highly innovative take on luxury rental living. The multi-phase project will ultimately yield a total of three luxury rental towers, each embodying the distinctive shifting floor massing. Their memorable profile is an expression of a new and innovative housing brand. Individual units are efficient in size, but spacious in feel, ideal […]

Nokia Bell Labs

Nokia had a vision for its Mountain Avenue campus, previous site of the Bell Labs “Idea Factory,” (also originally designed by HLW) involving the repurpose of underutilized office and laboratory space. The resultant master plan celebrates the history of the company and site, unifies the campus, and provides amenities for the many individuals visiting, collaborating and […]

SasVic Tower

SasVic Tower, from Alpine Capital, is a multi-family residential building located in Jersey City, New Jersey.

Liberty Harbor Holdings

This Multi-family residential building was part of an architecture unbuilt competition located in Jersey City, New Jersey.

Ferring Pharmaceuticals

With the expectation of doubling the size of their company within the next three years, Ferring Pharmaceuticals relocated to an existing three building complex, which was renovated to create laboratories, offices, a manufacturing facility, and a restaurant for staff. A connecting link with a glass and steel façade was created between the office and manufacturing […]

Vonage

Vonage’s headquarters in central New Jersey is set on a generous lawn and is comprised of four white brick buildings. HLW renovated the interiors for this growing broadband phone company including a new entry canopy and reception area. The facility includes a 1,000 seat, 120,000 sf 24-hour call center, a cafeteria, fitness center, training center, […]

UPS

The new UPS “Campus of the Future” will contain 200,000 sf of Class A office area, including a diverse offering of conference and assembly spaces, on four floors. Central to this approach for a collaborative, high-tech work environment is the idea that the ground-up facility is an opportunity for implementing progressive workplace practices and technologies […]

Medicines Company

Headquartered in New Jersey, The Medicines Co. is focused on advancing the treatment of critical care patients through the delivery of innovative, cost-effective medicines to a global hospital marketplace. HLW provided workplace strategy and design services related to the company’s relocation to a new office space in Parsippany. We identified the need for a primarily […]

Infragistics

A world leader in user interface development tools, Infragistics commissioned HLW to design a world-class facility consistent with the company’s innovative products and people. We transformed an obsolete warehouse facility into a state-of-the-art workplace. At the heart of the facility is a double-height, large-group gathering space with a full-service café and a monumental fireplace and […]

Brown Brothers Harriman

The new Brown Brothers Harriman’s (BBH) office in Jersey City is on the leading edge of contemporary workplaces. Software engineers are among the 550 employees to use the open plan office, which is loaded with amenities, technology, and support spaces. We designed a range of meeting spaces, including flexible rooms for dining and large group […]

70 & 90 Columbus

Currently on the boards, this joint venture between Ironstate Development and Panepinto Properties will yield a total of two luxury rental residential towers and a hotel in Jersey City.  Originally designed by Gwathmey Siegel Kaufmann & Associates Architects, HLW was retained only for the administering of construction services for the first 50 story rental tower […]

The Ellipse

A sleek addition to Jersey City’s rapidly expanding Newport neighborhood, The Ellipse features beautifully designed, amenitized residences. HLW is working closely with the LeFrak Organization, serving as executive architect for the tower and interior designer for the common areas and units. We were inspired by nature and water in motion, concepts that bring to mind […]

Panasonic Corporation of North America

The new interior spaces at the Panasonic headquarters serve as a showcase, with demonstration rooms, an interactive Innovation Center, and innovative “green” Panasonic products integrated into the office, conferencing, teaming, and amenity spaces. Through everyday use, the space encourages people and businesses to be smarter about making greener choices.

NBC Universal Technology Center

HLW designed the new home for NBC’s core technology team and Media Labs. We created a place where the company’s whiz kids would be comfortable—a highly collaborative and fully wired workspace—and feel empowered to rethink technology. The new center is an internal “think tank” for pushing the envelope in our client’s specialized field.

235 Grand

The two rental towers were conceived and developed by Ironstate Development Co. and Kushner Real Estate Group as one residential complex and as key components in the neighborhood’s revitalization. Both buildings house a mix of studios and one and two-bedroom rental apartments, as well as significant commercial space, numerous amenities, and a public plaza.

225 Grand Jersey City

Developed by Ironstate Development Co. and Kushner Real Estate Group, the new multi-family building was fully leased just 10 months after its completion. 225 Grand is a sophisticated addition to the Liberty Harbor North Redevelopment District, Jersey City.

Avon Products, Inc.

The new three-story research facility consolidates Avon’s offices and laboratories for personal care products. The building’s glass and steel structure is indicative of the high-tech nature of the product development process that takes place inside, now supported by a series of “break-out” areas to foster informal brainstorming and collaboration among staff.