The Work of Goldstein Hill & West: Touring the Buildings of New York’s Busiest Architects

Central Park South
Far West Side
Brooklyn
Herald Square
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Tribeca
Upper East Side
Upper East Side
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Tribeca
Riverside South
Riverside South
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Tribeca
Brooklyn
Upper East Side
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Battery Park City
Upper West Side
Tribeca
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Brooklyn

You may never have heard of Goldstein, Hill & West, but you almost certainly recognize the work of the firm, which has quietly built one of the busiest practices in the city creating understated buildings for some of New York’s most outsized developers. Have a look at the designer’s varied work, some 17 of their 70 projects scattered across Manhattan and Brooklyn.

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