Our NYCHA waste yard redevelopment project is featured on the cover of Oculus magazine - the Center for Architecture quarterly publication featuring all projects that won an American Institute of Architecture Award NY Design Award 2024.



We are thrilled to be part of this incredible project led by Grain Collective that won an award at the 2024 American Institute of Architects NY Design Awards. The New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) Waste Yard Redevelopment encompasses 15 developments and 22 sites. The project will be a paradigm for solving urgent urban issues (pest, vermin, visual utilitarian eyesores) through thoughtful design, community engagement and collaboration! Congrats to NYCHA for taking on this endeavor and our incredible team Project lead : Grain Collective - Runit Chhaya | Sapna Advani | Kate Belski Architect of Record - NDNY Architecture + Design Urban design Consultancy - ArchitectureRed Waste Management Consultancy - Center for Zero Waste - Clare Miflin Civil Engineering - Insight Civil - Michelle Ryckman, PE, LEED AP, ENV SP Engineers - Dagher Engineering



Join Ananth Sampathkumar for a walking tour of historic buildings in downtown NYC. In support of Visions - a nonprofit organization offering programs, services and a community for people who are blind/visually impaired - this is a great opportunity to learn about the evolution of buildings in lower Manhattan. All proceeds are donated to Visions.


Mangia's new location opens in Soho. NDNY collaborated with SZ projects and AZA Engineering on this project.


NDNY's new location for Maman opens on the Upper west side, Manhattan.



Our recently completed renovation of Tacombi Williamsburg is featured in Hospitality Design magazine.



Ananth Sampathkumar talks to Architecture Chat about his journey as an architect featured on Instagram Live.



Ananth Sampathkumar participates at a panel at the New York Build Expo on the future of off-site construction.


NDNY completes renovation of Tacombi, Williamsburg, Brooklyn



NDNY completes renovation of Tacombi, Upper West Side at 78th Street and Broadway.


Tacombi opens first restaurant location in Fort Greene Brooklyn designed by NDNY.



NDNY wins an award for LABYL from the Society of American Registered Architects - New York Council 2018 Design Awards



Our story is in the April edition of West View News, looking at little known buildings in the West Village through our app LABYL!



NDNY wins 'Technological Innovation of the Year' award at the New York City Construction Awards (NYCCA) held at the NY Build Expo at Javits Center for our new mobile application LABYL


We recently launched an architecture/building app called LABYL (Learn About Buildings you Love). It is a free app and is available for iPhone only, for now. LABYL is an architectural wayfinding tool and is inspired by the Shazam app for music. You can learn about buildings, old and new, in Midtown, Chelsea, West Village, Fidi and Lower Manhattan, simply by taking a photo with your phone.



NDNY receives a National Design award of Merit from the Society of American Registered Architects


NDNY partners with Aerial Design & Build to present a seminar on Renovating a restaurant space at the Greenwich Village Chelsea Chamber of Commerce


Soft opening for Sundays Nail Salon at 51 E. 25th St, NYC. NDNY was the architect for this new brand of nail salons and meditation space utilizing all natural materials. Sundays was featured in a Vogue article



Ananth Sampathkumar talks about NDNYs Asian projects at Pecha Kucha in NYC



NDNY presents seminar on Commercial Renovations in NYC for IFMA at Interface Headquarters, NYC.


NDNY shortlisted in Memorials for the Future a competition sponsored by The National Park Service (NPS), the National Capital Planning Commission (NCPC), and Van Alen Institute. A short introduction to our proposal Noahs Ark can be viewed on the competition website



Landmarks Preservation Commission approves Facade for new Pommes Frites restaurant Greenwich Village, NY. NDNY obtained LPC approval for the facade for the new Pommes Frites space at 128 MacDougal St, NY. Pommes Frittes, a Belgian potato fries restaurant located on Second Ave in the East Village was destroyed by a gas leak explosion a year ago. The new space is scheduled to open in April 2016.



Mary Chandrahasan presents the NDNYs work at Asian Women in Business Real Estate Investing event and talks about renovating in New York City.