Project Manager Sarah Ann Ocampo Named Top 15 Architect Under 35

May 16, 2017 | News

Ocampo, who has worked for Montroy Andersen DeMarco for nearly nine years, is the project manager that recently designed Madison Equities and Property Markets Group’s 100,000-square-foot, 21-unit luxury condominium at 10 Sullivan Street, which has a classic curved triangular shape (think Flatiron Building). And she crafted the condo conversion plan for The Chatsworth, a nearly 200,000-square-foot apartment building at 344 West 72nd Street, for landlord HFZ Capital Group.

She is also designing a 31,000-square-foot, seven-unit residential building at 11 Jane Street for developer Edward Minskoff between Eighth and Greenwich Avenues. And her team is working in collaboration with London designers from David Chipperfield Architects.

“I am very excited about this project as I am working with a great consulting team and gaining exposure to European designs and standards and figuring out how to translate them here,” Ocampo said.

Ocampo was born in Manila, Philippines, and came here as a child when her family immigrated to Queens. She was inspired to be an architect after watching her father, who is a structural engineer, and earned her bachelor’s from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn in 2004.

 

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