One Webster’s Landing

One Webster’s Landing

VIP Structures purchased Webster’s Landing (formerly the Marshall building) in 1986, which included 5 floors and 33,000 SF. Initially we used the first two floors as our headquarters.

architecture

The finished look maintained the allure of exposed large timber framing, along with brick arched windows and doorways.

engineering

Through insightful adaptive reuse, our team successfully transformed this 1893 vintage, former grain warehouse into a modern, efficient office space.

construction

In 1999 the balance of the space was redeveloped.

development

Currently, our four operating divisions occupy the entire building except for a portion of the first floor leased to a tenant.

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One Webster’s Landing

VIP Structures purchased Webster’s Landing (formerly the Marshall building) in 1986, which included 5 floors and 33,000 SF. Initially we ▶ VIP Structures purchased Webster’s Landing (formerly the Marshall building) in 1986, which included 5 floors and 33,000 SF. Initially we used the first two floors as our headquarters.

architecture

One Webster’s Landing

Architecture

The finished look maintained the allure of exposed large timber framing, along with brick arched windows and doorways.

engineering

One Webster’s Landing

engineering

Through insightful adaptive reuse, our team successfully transformed this 1893 vintage, former grain warehouse into a modern, efficient office space.

construction

One Webster’s Landing

construction

In 1999 the balance of the space was redeveloped.

development

One Webster’s Landing

development

Currently, our four operating divisions occupy the entire building except for a portion of the first floor leased to a tenant.


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Project Details


Delivery Method: Design-Build-Develop
Owner: One Webster’s Landing LLC
Size: 33,000 SF (5 levels)

VIP Structures purchased Webster’s Landing (formerly the Marshall building) in 1986, initially using the first two floors for its headquarters. In 1999 the balance of the space was redeveloped, with the Manufacturers Association of Central New York as a tenant on the fifth floor. Currently, our four operating divisions occupy the entire building except for a portion of the first floor leased to a tenant.

The finished look maintained the allure of exposed large timber framing, along with brick arched windows and doorways. Through insightful adaptive reuse, our team successfully transformed this 1893 vintage, former grain warehouse into a modern, efficient office space.

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