Fogarty Finger, NYC-based firm behind ‘The Dime’ expands to Atlanta + Boston
Fogarty Finger, a leading architecture and interior design firm headquartered in New York City, today announced its expansion into two new US markets—Atlanta and Boston with projects underway in both.
With an award-winning portfolio of commercial and residential projects, Fogarty Finger is dedicated to placemaking within the urban built environment.
Studio leads Candace Rimes and Tin Min Fong head the regional business development efforts in Atlanta and Boston, respectively.
“Atlanta is an exciting emerging market for us, and we’ve been laying the foundation there for some time now,” said Rimes. “There is a strong need for the level of work we provide in this region, and we look forward to contributing positively to the city’s built urban landscape with both new and current partners.”
The firm is already at work on a project at 1020 Spring Street in Atlanta’s Midtown neighborhood with Portman Residential. The ground-up mixed-use building, for which Fogarty Finger is providing interior architecture and FF&E services for the residential amenities and apartments, is slated for completion by early 2023.
Additionally, the firm has two projects currently in progress in Boston. Fogarty Finger has been engaged to assist with building repositioning projects at two properties in the city’s Financial District. The first project at One Federal Street owned by Tishman Speyer is slated for completion in June 2021, and the second project at 225 Franklin Street with Oxford Properties Group is scheduled to complete in late August 2021.
“Strategically, we felt a move into Boston made sense as one of the most mature markets on the east coast,” said Fong. “With key projects in development in the city’s central business district we are confident that we will deliver valued perspective and creativity to the city’s development sector.”
Rimes brings a passion for interior design that spans both commercial and private amenity interiors, and extensive furniture, finish, and art knowledge. With over a decade of experience designing spaces for clients including Vornado Realty Trust, Brookfield Properties, Sage Realty, Nike and Uber, Rimes’ recently completed projects include multifamily interiors for The Dime in Williamsburg, and amenity spaces at 1700 Broadway Club and Dock 72. Rimes received her Bachelor of Architecture and Bachelor of Interior Architecture at Auburn University.
With more than 20 years of experience covering the design and construction of a variety of institutional and commercial projects, Fong’s client roster features Tishman Speyer, Rudin Management, Vornado, and Rockefeller Group, among others. His recent commercial repositioning projects include 80 Pine and 40 Fulton in lower Manhattan. Fong received his Bachelor of Science in Architecture from City College of New York.
About Fogarty Finger
Fogarty Finger is an interdisciplinary design studio of over 100 architects and designers dedicated to placemaking within the urban built environment. The forward-thinking New York City-based design firm is responsible for many prominent residential and commercial projects throughout the US in locations including New York City, Boston and Atlanta. Each project designed by the studio is informed by strong contextual references distinguished by a layered sense of materiality and refinement. The practice’s most recent landmark projects include the redevelopment of the former Dime Savings Bank of Williamsburg – The Dime, 141 Willoughby in Downtown Brooklyn, and Dock 72 at Brooklyn Navy Yard. Founded in 2003, the firm is led by Chris Fogarty (AIA) and Robert Finger (AIA) who are industry leaders in full-service commercial architecture and interior design. For more information, visit www.fogartyfinger.com