Architect team behind 245 10th splits

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Jul.July 21, 2011 03:47 PM

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Clockwise from top left: Andrew Bernheimer, 245 Tenth and Jared Della Valle

One half of the Brooklyn-based architect team behind notable projects that include 245 10th Avenue, Della Valle Bernheimer, has stepped down, Cured reported. Jared Della Valle, principal, resigned to focus entirely on Alloy LLC, a real estate development firm he co-founded in 2006. The firm will endure under the name Bernheimer Architecture.

Della Valle Bernheimer was founded in 1996, and counts 23 Beekman Place, 459 West 18th Street and the affordable housing project at Glenmore Gardens among its other New York City accomplishments. Curbed said the split appears to be amiable, as Andrew Bernheimer will continue to work with his former partner, who commissioned him to design Alloy’s loft conversion project at 192 Water Street in Dumbo.

“Bernheimer Architecture will continue to grow the diverse project portfolio in terms of
residential and commercial projects started by Della Valle Bernheimer,” Bernheimer said. “And we are looking forward to more work with Jared and Alloy.” [Curbed]


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