BRONX TERMINAL MARKET
Bronx Terminal Market, formerly known as Gateway Center at Bronx Terminal Market is a shopping center at Exterior Street in The Bronx, New York. The center encompasses under one million square feet of retail space built on a 17-acre (69,000 m2) site that formerly held a wholesale fruit and vegetable market as well as the former Bronx House of Detention, south of Yankee Stadium.
The $500 million shopping center, which was completed in 2009, saw the construction of new buildings and two smaller buildings, one new and the other a renovation of an existing building that was part of the original market. The two main buildings are linked by a six-level garage for 2,600 cars. The center has earned itself a LEED "Silver" designation in its design.
ADG was responsible for the structural design of the multiple buildings in this complex. Building activities and programming required large spaces unhindered by columns. Steel framing was selected with special emphasis on deflection and vibration aspects of the finished floors. A collaboration of the architectural firms of BBG and Greenburg-Farrow were responsible for the master planning and the architectural design. The developer of the project was The Related Companies.