AIA, LEED AP
As one of the firm's lead designers for new commercial, residential and mixed-use developments, Richard Metsky has worked with many of New York's most prominent developers and ushered complex projects through the public review process, including the Landmarks Preservation Commission and City Planning, for the restoration and revitalization of the lobby of the Empire State Building; Grand Central Terminal and Rockefeller Center retail redevelopment; Chrysler Building and Graybar Building lobby restoration; and the Yankee Stadium Master Plan, Bronx. Design and adaptive reuse
projectsfor historic and contemporary structures have resulted in the New Jersey Transit Maintenance facilities at the Hoboken Train Yard, and the revitalization of the Hoboken Ferry Terminal for new ferry service, New Jersey; expansion of Denison University's Art School, Granville, Ohio; the Indiana University School of Medical Information Sciences Building, Indianapolis, Indiana, and numerous residential buildings in New York City. In addition to Tresser Square, a mixed-use development in downtown Stamford, Connecticut, Richard Metsky's work outside of the
metropolitan area includes a number of destination mixed-use entertainment retail districts that integrate urban design, master planning and architectural design with sports facilities, including: Kansas City Power & Light District; Mission Rock Live, adjacent to the San Francisco Giants Stadium; Ballpark Village St. Louis, adjacent to the Cardinals' Busch Stadium; Woodbine Live, Toronto Canada, adjacent to Woodbine Racetrack; and Fourth Street Live!, Louisville, Kentucky. Richard Metsky received his Bachelor's and Master's Degrees from Cornell University.