Architecture + Expediting MICHAEL ZENREICH ARCHITECT, PC

Architecture and Expediting

Curriculum Vitae

Date of Birth: April 30, 1952


Yale University School of Architecture Master of Architecture 1980
Pratt Institute Bachelor of Fine Arts 1974
City College of New York School of Architecture 1969-1971

Professional Experience:

Support for Architects, LLC

Michael Zenreich Architect,PC 1990-Present
Eli Attia Architects 1980-1990
Partner 1988-90
Associate 1986-88
(HLW) Haines Lundberg Waehler 1979
Project Designer

Eli Attia Architects

Over my 10 years with this firm, I had become part of the executive management of the firm and participated in over 40 projects including commercial, residential, institutional and mixed use. In addition to project management I specialized in:

Major works in these areas included:

Fulton Church Tower, New York, NY 1983-89
400,000 SF Office Building.
Approval work involved a Landmarks transfer of development rights, street demappings, and subway improvement bonuses, and bulk modifications.

New York Hospital, New York, NY 1987-88
Major Modernization Master Plan.
Project director for the design of a 3 million SF Major Hospital Complex.

Republic Bank Tower, New York, NY 1980-86
1,200,000 SF Headquarters building and investment office tower, including restoration of the Landmark Knox Building. Work included design of base building and interiors, Landmarks Preservation Commission and City Planning Commission approvals for both a Special Permit and a major modification to the Special Permit. I was also instrumental in obtaining Federal Tax Credits for this development.

Kew Gardens Tower, Kew Gardens, NY 1985-89
575,000 SF Investment Office Building.
Project Director and design coordinator of this premier Queens development. Responsible for the approval of the major modification to a restrictive declaration for the rezoned site.

East End Development, New York, NY 1984-1990
1 million SF residential tower
Participation with the development team in all aspects of zoning, City, State and Federal historic designation matters.

104-106 Delancy Street, New York, NY 1989-1991
110-114 Delancy Street, New York, NY
Partner in Charge of two department stores on major commercial thoroughfare.

Other projects included:

Zeckendorf Development – Long Beach, NY 1988

Haines Lundberg Waehler (HLW)

US Trust Company, New York, NY 1979

Michael Zenreich Architect, PC/Support for Architects LLC

Our firm have been averaging over 250 new projects per year for Public and Private clients. The following is limited representation of our private practice

Residential Apartments:

Multi- Family Residences:

Private Residences:




Zoning and Code Consulting:

Building Department and Landmarks Consulting and Approvals


The Hudson Company Incorporated

Becker and Becker Architects

Archi.tectonics – Winka Dubbledam

31-33 Vestry Street 2004 – Present
491-497 Greenwich Street 2000-2003

CMS Design

Dinex Group

Dunne Projects

Diversified Capitol/Esquared Hospitality

Andrews Building Corp Office 1997

Rockwell Group, NYC

Perkins Eastman Architects

Glass & Glass Architects, NYC

Apartment House alterations – over 100 various projects

Workshop APD

Curtis & Ginsberg


Robert Kahn Architect




AIA New York State, Unified Bulk Zoning and the Skyline of New York, AIA State Convention 2000


New York State – 1983 – 016554-1
Connecticut – 7955
NCARB Certificate Holder – 42,440

Professional Memberships

Civic Participation:

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