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Here are 10 of NYC’s coolest new architecture projects

837 Washington, Ingels' Dryline among projects recognized in Architizer A+ Awards: PHOTOS

April 17, 2015 02:18PM
By Kerry Barger

New York City can sometimes afford its residents little time to stand back and admire the places where they work, live and play. The folks over at Architizer, however, are paying close attention to some of the city’s hottest new projects.

The architecture website included 10 New York City-based projects as winners of its A+ Awards, which highlight the world’s best new architecture and building designs. Commercial properties like 837 Washington Street, which is home to electronics giant Samsung, and the newly-opened One World Trade Center scored recognition for being some of the most remarkable office buildings across the globe.

Architizer acknowledged Hunter’s Point South Waterfront Park and the High Line in its “Public Park” category, and also gave nods to two master plans — ReThink NYC, a plan to connect the city’s transportation networks to its major airports, and the Dryline, Bjarke Ingel’s vision for protecting New York City’s waterfront against major weather events.

Check out the full list of New York City winners in TRD‘s slideshow.