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WE’VE MOVED!

Part of the transformation that JFA is presently undergoing includes a new office location. We fondly say good bye and thanks to our digs near Union Square. As of June 30, 2017 we are located at: 210 West 29th Street 6th Floor New York, NY 10001
John Fotiadis Interviewed by Realty B2B’s “REALTY WARS”

John Fotiadis Interviewed by Realty B2B’s “REALTY WARS”

The Realty B2B club interviews John Fotiadis as part of their “REALTY WARS” video series. Topics covered include Urbanism, Public / Private Ventures, and what makes great cities. John cites examples from New York City including new pedestrian urban spaces, and the development of the “HIgh LIne” Park in the meatpacking district of Manhattan.. Interview conducted by Ruslan Semlianoy, Shot in Podol,..
John Fotiadis interviewed in “Be In Trend” (bit.ua)

John Fotiadis interviewed in “Be In Trend” (bit.ua)

John Fotiadis is interviewed in “Be In Trend” (www.bit.ua). a leading online publication in Ukraine covering emerging trends in culture, technology, fashion and design. The interview covers global architectural trends, the view of a foreign architect on what is happening in Kyiv, and a general conversation about old and new buildings, and the urban context they share...
John Fotiadis to be featured keynote speaker at 5th Annual International Architecture Forum. Kyiv, Ukraine June 30, 2016

John Fotiadis to be featured keynote speaker at 5th Annual International Architecture Forum. Kyiv, Ukraine June 30, 2016

John Fotiadis, Principal and Founder of John Fotiadis Architect PLLC (“JFA”). will be the featured keynote speaker at the 5th Annual International Architectural Forum, which will take place on June 30, 2016 in Kyiv, Ukraine, organized by Commercial Property Magazine, Ukraine’s leading real estate industry publication. This will be John’s’ second appearance at the forum, as he was one of participants in the first International Architectural Forum in..
Revealed: 42-14 Crescent Street

Revealed: 42-14 Crescent Street

BY: STEPHEN SMITH 6:00 AM ON JULY 15, 2014 Development in Long Island City’s Court Square area has been somewhat patchy, with dense buildings sprouting on blocks of low-slung warehouses. Crescent Street has been the exception, with the stretch just north of the Queensboro Bridge filling out, and forming the neighborhood’s first new continuous street wall; 42-14 Crescent..