Meet Our Tenants
Barry Goralnick is a world-renowned architect and interior designer whose Blended Modern™ lifestyle captures the ultimate in successful living. He’s featured in Rizzoli’s book Interior Design Master Class, which focuses on the top 100 influencers in American Design. Goralnick’s work has been showcased in Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, The New York Times, and publications in France, Germany, Italy and China. He also designs collections for Edward Ferrell + Lewis Mittman, Vanguard Furniture, Visual Comfort Lighting, Kichler Lighting, and Stark Carpets.
Kew’s attention to detail has restored the building to it’s original beauty. My clients and I love the up and coming centrally located neighborhood. Management, maintenance and doormen are delightful and helpful, makes coming to work a joy. Thank you, Kew.
Visitors to our office always comment that this building has great juju – this special spiritual expression comes not only from the architecture, but from the eclectic group of independent companies that Kew welcomes here — and from the employees of those small businesses for whom their place of work must be a home away from home.
Between the smashing location, fantastic space, kind and attentive staff, and wonderful floor mates, it’s impossible to pick my favorite thing about the building. I love it here!
Num Pang’s Asian sandwiches, bowls, soups, salads and sides combine the flavors from co-founder Ratha Chaupoly’s childhood in Cambodia with partner Ben Daitz’s culinary technique.
In a beautiful modern environment, Inday serves food born from an Indian tradition rooted in the belief that food should provide nourishment for your body and balance for your life.
La Pecora Bianca
In a beautiful relaxing interior inspired by Italian country kitchens, La Pecora Bianca serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, emphasizing vegetables and house-made pastas sourced from local bounty.
Rizzoli specializes in illustrated books on architecture, interior design, fashion, photography, cookery, and the fine and applied arts, as well as literature and foreign language books.