Michael D. Jones
Michael Jones first joined Robert A.M. Stern Architects in 1988 and has been a Partner with the firm since 2008. He has been responsible for the design and management of institutional, commercial, and multifamily residential projects across the United States. He is co-author of the monograph City Living: Apartment Houses by Robert A.M. Stern Architects (2016).
Mr. Jones' multifamily residential projects in New York City include Fifteen Central Park West, an 890,000-square-foot, two-tower high-end residential project occupying a full city block along Central Park in New York City; the Brompton, a 312,000-square-foot residential tower, 20 East End Avenue, a 156,000-square-foot residential building, and 520 Park Avenue, a 250,000-square-foot tower, all on the Upper East Side; the Harrison, a 327,000-square-foot residential tower on the Upper West Side; the Superior Ink Condominiums, a 160,000-square-foot apartment building with seven townhouses in Greenwich Village; 18 Gramercy Park, a 78,000-square-foot apartment tower; Tribeca Park, a 450,000-square-foot rental apartment building in Battery Park City; and the LEED-certified Gold Tribeca Green, a 350,000-square-foot rental apartment building, also in Battery Park City.
Mr. Jones' institutional projects include Celebration Health in Celebration, Florida; the Columbus Regional Hospital in Columbus, Indiana; the Sixth District Headquarters for the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank in Atlanta, Georgia; a new classroom building and library for the Brooklyn Law School; the American Revolution Center at Valley Forge; the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts; and two new 425-bed residential colleges at Yale University. His commercial projects include a corporate headquarters for the Gap Inc. in San Francisco, California; an office building for Bedford Properties in Irvine, California; and the Disney Casting Center at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
Previous to his association with Robert A.M. Stern Architects, Mr. Jones was an assistant and job captain on commercial, institutional, and residential projects for David M. Schwarz/Architectural Services in Washington, DC, including the Cook Children's Medical Center in Fort Worth, Texas, and an office building and multifamily residential building in Washington, DC. From 1999 to 2003 he was a principal at Rice Jones Architects in New York City, where his focus was low-rise residential buildings, adaptive re-use, and corporate and residential interiors in New York City.
Mr. Jones received his Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture in 1982 and his Master of Architecture degree in 1984 from the University of Virginia. He was honored with the AIA Scholastic Award for Excellence in Architecture from the University of Virginia. He is a registered architect in the State of New York and a member of the American Institute of Architects, the Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America, and the Congress for the New Urbanism.