Beem Management
Bridging Design Intent with Project Reality
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Portfolio Repositioning

Responding to a limited and pre-qualified RFP process, the NYC branch of the global real estate investment firm Hines won the commission to partner with Trinity Church Wall Street and Norges Bank to reposition the 4.9 million square feet of the Trinity portfolio in New York City.

  Great Bones   This area of lower Manhattan is called “Hudson Square”, and the majority of the eleven portfolio buildings were built in the 1920’s for printing services. Their sturdy, concrete frames and resilient infrastructure foster creative space opportunities, which attract innovative and impactful tenants.

Great Bones

This area of lower Manhattan is called “Hudson Square”, and the majority of the eleven portfolio buildings were built in the 1920’s for printing services. Their sturdy, concrete frames and resilient infrastructure foster creative space opportunities, which attract innovative and impactful tenants.

  Staying on Track   While as a collection the projects will be highly transformative to the neighborhood, each building has multiple undertakings with their own unique attributes and challenges. Beem Management is assisting Hines at that portfolio level by effectively organizing, guiding and tracking the myriad of architects, constructors, budgeting and permitting workstreams that collectively act as the solid underpinnings of all future work.

Staying on Track

While as a collection the projects will be highly transformative to the neighborhood, each building has multiple undertakings with their own unique attributes and challenges. Beem Management is assisting Hines at that portfolio level by effectively organizing, guiding and tracking the myriad of architects, constructors, budgeting and permitting workstreams that collectively act as the solid underpinnings of all future work.

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