Nelligan White Architects in the Architects Newspaper

Two of Nelligan White Architects’ projects have recently been mentioned in The Architect’s newspaper. The article “New York Values: NYCHA’s New Guidelines for Rehabilitation of Public Housing Push Forward its…

Nelligan White Architects will be presenting at Greenbuild 2017!

Nelligan White Architects will be presenting at Greenbuild 2017! Across the globe our society faces no bigger challenge than the project of adapting to the changing climate. Manmade sources of elevated…

AIA Rehabilitating New Yorks Historic Schools

New York City’s public school system includes over 1,600 properties that house public schools, charter schools, and support facilities. These buildings are the heritage of perhaps the greatest public school…

Nelligan White Architects in The Real Deal

Nelligan White Architects is pleased to announce that we have been ranked #3 on The Real Deal: New York Real Estate News Architecture Firms Working on NYCs Biggest Renovations list. Boasting 87 projects for…

Our Fall Interns Talk Experience

This fall, interns Tanner Eitman and Lillian Acree joined Nelligan White’s New York studio. Both women are in their third semester at University of Cincinnati College of Art, Architecture, Design,…

NYC Celebrates Resilience Repairs in the Rockaways

This October, New York City’s First Lady Chirlane McCray shared some exciting news: 501 hurricane-damaged homes in the Far Rockaways are now fully restored and ready for move-in. McCray, who…

Bushwick Leaders High School Gets a Transformation

Prior to being purchased by the NYC Department of Education in the 1970’s, this 140-year-old neighborhood icon was formerly a Home of the Aged run by the Little Sisters of the…

PS 50 Manhattan Cut The Ribbon On Its New Greenhouse

PS 50 Manhattan teacher, Paul Clarke, shares the history of the garden space at the official Greenhouse ribbon cutting ceremony held on June 9, 2015. Along with Melissa Mark-Viverityo, Speaker…

Northampton Survival Center Project Anniversary

On October 1, 2010 the Northampton Survival Center broke ground on a major building expansion and renovation, doubling the size of the usable space and turning the Center into a…

Going For Gold: The Joseph R. Drake School

The award is given for the complete exterior renovation of PS 48, a collegiate gothic building constructed in 1914. Designed by C.B.J. Snyder (Superintendent of School Buildings for NYC between…

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