From acclaimed architect Roger Ferris, the only new development of its type on the Lower East Side, 141 East Houston is a new frame for viewing the neighborhood. Column-free and unbounded
by walls, it reinterprets the area through a bold geometric perimeter of cladding and glass. State-of- the-art workspaces and private terraces reframe expectations, while a well-connected location recasts perspectives.
With its glass frame and dynamic courtyard running the length of its eastern side, doubling as a second facade, 141 East Houston challenges the distinction between indoors and out.
Tall, column-free spaces combine
with true floor-to-ceiling glass for
light-filled working complemented
by unparalleled views. Private
terraces, a shared executive
conference center and a concierge
service extend the experience.
Lower Level 1: 3,928 USF, with 12' ceiling heights and planted lightwell
Lower Level 2: 3,971 USF, with 12' ceiling heights
Elevator access to Lower Levels provided
Built-in capacity for a commercial kitchen with venting to roof
Outdoor seating area along Houston Alley
BEYOND THE EVERYDAY
historic sites and specialty
shopping characterize the
storied Lower East Side.
Adventurous and vibrant, it’s
an enviable portal to upscale
boutiques, trendy restaurants,
chic bars and edgy galleries.
Roger Ferris is the founding principal of Roger Ferris + Partners and is
responsible for directing the design and master planning work of the firm.
Under his leadership, RF+P has received more than 80 regional and
His ability to work across a multitude of building types and scales is hinged
by the tenacity and precision with which he approaches each project.
Challenging the conventional architectural process in-order-to generate
unconventional outcomes, Roger is fully involved in every aspect of the
firm’s work at all stages through to delivery. His design ethos is characterized
by stripped-down architectural language, responsiveness to context and
inventiveness in meeting programmatic needs.
Notable works include: The Related Equinox Hotel in Chicago, IL; The Bridge
Clubhouse in Bridgehampton, NY; Screenland Lofts in Los Angeles, CA;
Topping Rose House in Bridgehampton, NY; RBS Headquarters in Stamford,
CT; Watermill Center in Water Mill, NY; and the expansion of Philip Johnson’s
Wiley House in New Canaan, CT.
East End is a real estate investment
company focusing on the development
and repositioning of office, apartment and
retail properties in New York and Miami.
It identifies demographic trends,
improving infrastructure and compelling
fundamentals to invest today’s capital in
tomorrow’s most compelling places.