Mike Soriano



Mike Soriano, Senior Associate, has been with Robert A.M. Stern Architects since 2001. He is currently serving as the Project Architect for Audley Square House, a top-end residential building in the Mayfair district of London. His multifamily residential projects in New York City include Abington House on the High Line; One Museum Mile; Fifteen Central Park West, an 890,000-square-foot, two-tower luxury residential project occupying a full city block along Central Park; 30 Park Place, an 80-story tower that combines a 185-key five-star Four Seasons hotel with 157 top-end condominium apartments; and new buildings in Tribeca, on Hudson Street, and on the Upper West Side. His multifamily residential work outside of New York includes the Lovejoy Wharf Residences in Boston, Massachusetts; the Century, a new 850,000-square-foot luxury high-rise residential building in Los Angeles, California; the Mandarin Oriental and Residence, a hotel and condominium tower in Atlanta, Georgia; the Front Street District, a mixed-use development in Hartford, Connecticut; and the Residences at the Ritz Carlton, Dallas, a mixed-use apartment building and hotel in Dallas, Texas.

Mr. Soriano served as Project Designer for the LEED Silver Stayer Center for Executive Education at the University of Notre Dame. His institutional projects also include two new residential colleges at Yale University; Northrup Hall at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas; Baker Library | Bloomberg Center at the Harvard Business School in Boston, Massachusetts; and the LEED Silver New College House at Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

His commercial work includes the Zubiarte Retail and Leisure Center in Bilbao, Spain, and a commercial development in the Netherlands. Mr. Soriano’s civic and cultural projects include the Jacksonville Public Library in Jacksonville, Florida; and the LEED Gold Calabasas Civic Center in Calabasas, California.

Prior to joining Robert A.M. Stern Architects, Mr. Soriano worked with The Rockwell Group in New York City, where he was a senior project architect. Before that he worked at the Los Angeles office of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, where his projects included the San Francisco International Airport and a corporate headquarters for Dole in Calabasas, California.

His work has been published in The New York Times, Architecture, and Architectural Record.

Mr. Soriano received a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of San Agustin in the Philippines in 1984. He is a registered architect in the State of New York.