Long time Bohlin Cywinski Jackson client, Apple Inc., will receive the New York Landmarks Conservancy's 2016 Chairman's Award for their contribution to preserving and restoring notable historic structures in New York City. Together, Apple and Bohlin Cywinski Jackson have repurposed three New York City historic buildings, marrying modern technology with distinguished architecture in Grand Central Terminal (an individual New York City landmark), 103 Prince Street (in the SoHo Historic District), 401 W. 14th Street (Gansevoort Market Historic District), and 940 Madison Avenue (Upper East Side Historic District).
The Landmarks Conservancy inaugurated the Chairman's Award in 1988 to recognize exceptional organizations and companies that have demonstrated their dedication to protecting New York's rich architectural heritage.
The Chairman's formal Award Luncheon will take place on Wednesday March 9, 2016 at the Metropolitan Club, 1 East 60th Street. Ticket prices range from $15,000 for a 'Leadership Table" for ten; $10,000 for a Patron Table; and $5,000 for a Sponsor Table. Those hoping to get their hands on tickets for the event could apply online here.