NYREJ’s 2021 Ones to Watch: Job Captain, Jessica Gross, Associate AIA, WELL AP
Name: Jessica Gross, Associate AIA, WELL AP
Title: Job Captain
Company Name: Montroy DeMarco Architecture LLP
Real estate associations or organizations that you are currently a member of:
Associate member of the American Institute of Architects, International WELL Building Institute, past president of the AIA Students Roger Williams University Chapter, co-founding member of Women’s Leadership Network at Roger Williams University.
What recent project, transaction or accomplishment are you most proud of?
The most rewarding among my current interior design projects is the Mother Cabrini Health Foundation’s headquarters at 777 Third Ave. in Manhattan. Scheduled for completion this spring, the 22,000 s/f, two-floor office fit-out was a challenging workplace design undertaking that called for seamlessly combining the existing aesthetic with new ideas and layouts within an expanded space of a venerable non-profit organization. This included designing a new floating architectural staircase connecting two floors occupied by the Foundation as well as installing high-end finishes. I drew a lot of satisfaction from assisting a non-profit that provides health services to undeserved communities.
Source: New York Real Estate Journal (NYREJ) / Photo Credit: Michael Levy Photography
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