A Clear Consolidation
Bringing together five New York City FM radio stations with long histories of being in their own studio space is no simple task. The planning for Clear Channel New York City's move began in 2005 when the first thoughts of consolidation began to take shape. After searching many buildings in Manhattan, a building in the trendy Manhattan neighborhood of Tribeca was chosen; the NYC stations would occupy 120,000 square feet on the 2
Once the contracts were signed, Meridian Design, interior architects, began working on the design of the space. Josh Hadden, director of engineering and IT for Clear Channel Radio New York, had a concept of consolidating five stations under one roof while allowing them to each keep their unique identity and personality. This was accomplished by giving each station its own studio complex on the 3
Construction started in April 2007 and an aggressive time line was set. Luckett & Farley, project managers, and Lehr Construction Corp., general contractors, began with demolition of the 2
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