New York City, NY
Studio Superette renovated the corridors of 276 5th Avenue, a grand building on one of the city’s most iconic streets.
The building was originally built as a hotel, The Holland House, and was reputedly one of the city’s most distinguished addresses. Its use changed over the years, and the building is now home to an interesting range of commercial tenants, including tech companies, academic institutions, artists, and showrooms.
The building’s owners took on an ambitious repositioning starting in 2021 to attract new tenants in search of quality space after the pandemic upended New York City’s commercial real estate market.
The new corridors feature a sleek interiors palette. Considered details such as oversized stone, wall-wash lighting, and a grid of ceiling tiles coordinated to the floor finish help give the building’s communal areas a luxurious finish.
Superette was responsible for project management, including managing subs, construction schedule, and budget to deliver this whole-building renovation.