Photos: © Garrett Rowland

J.T. Magen builds midtown Manhattan headquarters for Mount Sinai Health System

Multi-floor corporate offices include a landscaped roof deck, a communal café and interactive spaces.

Having 1,800 people together on six floors provides huge opportunities for collaboration, especially with the open-space design and breakout rooms that allow staff to congregate.

— Peter May, board of trustees chairman, Mount Sinai Health System, in a company statement

The big idea was togetherness.

— EJ Lee, principal and design director, Gensler

In Wiktionary, partner is defined as someone who is associated with another in a common activity or interest. J.T. Magen’s partnership with Mount Sinai, and with me and my team in particular, is not only successful, but creative, productive and enjoyable. And ultimately, together we save lives.”

— Kenneth Holden, Chief Facilities Officer, Mount Sinai Health System

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Mount Sinai Health System honored

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    Health/Wellness Honoree

    NYCxDESIGN Awards 2016
    Interior Design


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Project Facts

Mount Sinai Health System
Address: 150 East 42nd Street, New York, NY
Size: 450,000 sq. ft.
Architect: Gensler
MEPS engineer: Edwards & Zuck/Stantec

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