After moving 40 ft to 50 ft to a temporary position in mid-October, the 140-year-old synagogue will shift another 1,000 ft to its final location above a parking garage at the corner of Third Street and F Street Northwest.
The board of directors for the three-auditorium Ronald O. Perelman Performing Arts Center—the final piece of the puzzle for Lower Manhattan’s 16-acre World Trade Center redevelopment—says construction on the project is expected to begin in 2018 and be completed in 2020.
Built on the University of Toronto Scarborough campus in time for the 2015 Pan American Games, the CA$158-million ($122 million) sports complex represents Canada’s largest investment in an amateur sports facility to date.
Renovating the historic Nile Ritz-Carlton hotel in Cairo involved not only upgrading more than 300 guest rooms, restaurants and meeting rooms and adding a conference center, ballroom and underground parking.
Despite a force majeure port slowdown hampering the procurement of a Chinese curtain wall, German cabinets and Italian window-washing equipment, San Francisco’s 399 Fremont finished nearly two months early.