King Rose Construction
Named New York's top contractor by Engineering News-Record (ENR), King Rose specializes in providing high quality and competitively priced commercial custom renovations in the New York City area. We provide complimentary budget estimates and value engineering assessments.
Dish Network hired King Rose to build their downtown Manhattan offices at Varick and King Streets. Over the past several years, projects have included two floors comprising 30,000 square feet of both open concept work spaces and glassed-enclosed conference rooms, enabling employees to collaborate on next-generation innovations in entertainment.
Graduate School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation at Columbia University
For the past seven years, King Rose has built studios, classrooms, offices, corridors and event spaces for learning and collaboration at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP), housed within Avery Hall at Columbia. The work included meticulous restoration of architectural elements original to this historic McKim, Mead, and White building, as well as sophisticated lighting systems to enhance the student and faculty experience.
Macklowe Gallery moved to 445 Park at 57th Street, in a wide-windowed corner ground floor space of over 6000 square feet. King Rose transformed the former bank space into an elegant setting for Macklowe’s museum-quality acquisitions. The build includes a first floor main gallery space, mezzanine library, and lower level showroom for their extended collection of decorative arts pieces sought by private collectors and museums from around the globe. In the employee-only spaces of the gallery, King Rose built a large open office, kitchen/break room, photo studio, mail room and additional storage spaces.
Radio City Music Hall
The world-renowned Rockettes hired King Rose to build a private lounge and media center for the performers to relax and recharge on location at the historic Radio City Music Hall. The multi-purpose space includes a sleek, modernly-lit kitchen, community café, computer lab, and state-of-the-art media and entertainment area.