New York Design Center Launches Website, Bergdorf Goodman in Trouble, and More News in ...

“We consider NYDC.com to be an extension of our comprehensive marketing efforts,” Alix Lerman, chief marketing officer of the New York Design ...
New York Design Center Launches Website, Bergdorf Goodman in Trouble, and More News in ...

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The New York design world is always busy. Keeping up to date on all the news can be tough, which is why we’re here to give you the news roundup for New York, a one-stop shop for everything you need to know.

New York Design Center Launches New Website

In an effort to continue to engage clients, particularly while the coronavirus pandemic continues to change the landscape of the design business, the New York Design Center has launched . The site will feature news about product launches, industry happenings, and more.

“We consider NYDC.com to be an extension of our comprehensive marketing efforts,” Alix Lerman, chief marketing officer of the New York Design Center, said in a statement. The site will serve as a platform for receiving information from the ’s 100 showrooms and 50 antiques dealers. “We recognize, now more than ever, the crucial need to keep connected within the design industry by bringing the New York Design Center’s roster of showrooms to a central digital environment,” president and CEO Jim Druckman added in the statement. “It was imperative that we invest in our website in order to ensure NYDC.com offers the tools to accomplish these very important digital goals.”

Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman File for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Due to the ongoing strain the coronavirus pandemic has put on retail, Neiman Marcus, which also operates New York’s , has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The luxury fashion and home retailers will undergo a financial restructuring to better prepare for a new financial future.

“We have reached an agreement with lenders to undergo a financial restructuring that will substantially reduce our debt load and provide us access to a significant amount of financing to ensure business continuity via voluntary Chapter 11 proceedings,” Bergdorf Goodman announced through a .

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Landmarks Preservation Commission to Hold Virtual Public Hearing on Historic Bronx Street

Tomorrow, May 12, the Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) will host a virtual public hearing on the designation of the Manida Street Historic District in the Bronx’s Hunts Point neighborhood. The hearing will be live-streamed through the commission’s beginning at 9:30 a.m. Written testimony will be accepted, and more information on LPC hearings is available through the commission’s .

Matthew Clarke Appointed Executive Director of the Design Trust for Public Space

Matthew Clarke has been named the new executive director of the Design Trust for Public Space. After his previous role as the national director of creative placemaking at the Trust for Public Land, Clarke will be entering his new role with a wealth of experience on urban land use.

“I'm so honored to help lead the public space movement as the executive director of the Design Trust for Public Space,” Clarke tells AD PRO. “Never before has public space been so important, and so threatened. I’m looking forward to building on our partnerships in community and government to advance this mission, particularly as we center health and equity into everything we do.”

The Architectural League of New York’s 2020 League Prize Announces Winner

Ivi Diamantopoulou and Jaffer Kolb of New Affiliates were named recipients of the Architectural League of New York’s League Prize. For this year’s award, a jury of architects and designers judged submissions around the theme of “value.” In their submission, the New Affiliates principals stressed their use of reusable materials throughout their projects.

New York’s Justin Davidson Nominated for Pulitzer Prize for Criticism

Among the finalists for this year’s Pulitzer Prizes was New York architecture critic Justin Davidson, who was nominated for his of . The organization wrote that Davidson’s work demonstrates a “keen eye, deep knowledge, and exquisite writing.”

Upper East Side Mansion Asks $20 Million

New to the market in the , a neoclassical mansion boasting six bedrooms and seven bathrooms is asking for either $20 million to own or $85,000 a month in rent, according to . Located at 54 East 81st Street, the building also offers a beautiful roof deck, perfect for enjoying the fresh air from the comforts of quarantine.

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