Interior Design Affiliate, MADGI, Completes $1.34M, 20,343 SF Space for Jupiter Entertainment
Manhattan, NY Designer Montroy Andersen DeMarco (MADGI) has completed the 20,343 SF NYC offices and production studios of Jupiter Entertainment, a television production company working in a wide variety of genres and formats for channels such as A&E, Animal Planet, Discovery, Fuse, History, Investigation Discovery, Oxygen, TLC, TrueTV, and TV One.
The offices and studios are located on the fourth floor of 136 Madison Avenue, between East 31st and East 32nd Street. Jupiter is a tenant of Colliers International Group, which owns the building and retained MADGI to design the new facility.
“As a full-service television production company, we had some specific design requirements for offices and production facilities. Our new NYC space accommodates several functions – an attractive environment for hosting clients, a comfortable workspace for our employees, and efficient and functional editing suites,” said Jupiter Entertainment General Manager Robert Twilley.
“The design for the $1.34 million space includes three conference rooms, 17 offices, 16 workstations, 40 benching desks, and 24 edit bays,” said Daniel Montroy, AIA, MADGI’s Principal-In-Charge of the project. “The private offices are located along the perimeter. Through the use of glass office fronts, natural light permeates through to the interior of the space.”
The general contractor was Phase 3 Associates and the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) engineer was MG Engineering.
Source: New York Real Estate Journal
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