Elkus Manfredi Architects

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Elkus / Manfredi Architects is an architectural firm based in Boston, Massachusetts that includes Howard F. Elkus and David Manfredi, both fellows of the American Institute of Architects, as a principal.[1] The firm was established in 1988. The firm's international projects include Sochi Grand Marina and the Galleria at Sowwah Square.

Manfredi graduated with Bachelor degrees from the University of Notre Dame and received a Masters from the University of Chicago. He was vice president at The Architects Collaborative in Cambridge.

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The Modern in Fort Lee, New Jersey as seen under construction from the George Washington Bridge

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