Richter + Ratner Continues Renovation, Redevelopment of Bow Tie Building in Times Square
Once renovated, Gap and Old Navy will each occupy 31,000 square feet at the Bow Tie Building in Times Square.
NEW YORK CITY — Richter + Ratner, serving as construction manager, is completing a core-and-shell renovation and structural redevelopment of the 160,000-square-foot Bow Tie Building, located at 1514 Broadway in Times Square. The multimillion-dollar renovation began in February 2016 and will continue through early 2017. The project will create 25,000 square feet of additional floor space for new retail tenants by infilling the atrium space of the former Toys R Us flagship store. The new anchor tenants, Gap and Old Navy, will each occupy 31,000 square feet of the three-story building with additional retail tenants filling the remaining space. Bow Tie Partners has owned the building since 1977. Project team members include Carlton Architecture, Jack Green Associates and GMS Engineering.