Magnusson Architecture and Planning Repositions Itself With A New Website
After nearly three decades of high-quality design, Magnusson Architecture and Planning (MAP) has implemented changes that will benefit their clients at all levels. With a new website, new midtown offices, and additional senior leadership, MAP is well equipped to continue to deliver the excellent projects its clients across the New York City metro area have come to expect.
In conjunction with its new offices, MAP has launched a new website, maparchitects.com. The new site highlights the diversity and breadth of MAP’s architecture and planning work, which includes mixed-use, mixed-income, and affordable projects in the greater New York City metro area, as well as community planning in the Hudson Valley and Long Island.
The new website positions the firm for continued growth. It includes recent MAP projects, such as Selis Manor, Creston Avenue, The Anderson, and Cypress Village in New York City, as well as Schoolhouse Terrace and 22 Tarrytown Road in Westchester and Spring Valley Family and Senior Housing in Rockland County.