St. Ann’s Warehouse Wins Design Awards

March 23, 2016

Over the last several weeks, St. Ann’s Warehouse – the Brooklyn theater completed in Fall 2015 – has garnered several important design awards for its innovative integration of the 19th century brick shell of a tobacco warehouse with contemporary design and materials.

Among St. Ann’s recent accolades are:

  • Municipal Art Society’s MASterworks Award for Best Adaptive Reuse, 2016
  • American Institute of Architects New York Chapter’s Architecture Honor Award
  • Architect’s Newspaper’s Best Adaptive Reuse of 2015
  • Urban Land Institute New York’s inaugural Excellence in Institutional Development award (which it co-won with the 9/11 Memorial Museum & Pavilion).

Our congratulations to St. Ann’s and the design team on the well-deserved recognition!

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Emily Puhnaty, Director of Business Development & Communications