Anton Gross, AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Anton Gross, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Senior Architect, is comfortable in all phases of a project from creative conceptual design to construction administration in the field. He has refined his approach over his 20 years working in architectural design and management. A registered architect in New York, Anton has crafted all sorts of buildings: health care, residential, senior living, education, retail, hospitality, mixed use, and criminal justice facilities to name a few.

“There are five Ds to quality design: Direction, Desire, Determination, Dedication, and the final D is Destiny, which is the culmination of the other four. Key to these principles is being client sensitive. As architects, we must always design with the client's needs and wants and not our own.”

A former college wrestler and now avid CrossFitter, Anton is always on the move. From hiking and climbing to camping and tennis, he can often be found engaged in almost any sport or outdoor activity. Just make sure it is really Anton and not his identical twin brother. When he isn’t spending his spare time outdoors, Anton might be in the kitchen cooking and baking. But what he really looks forward to the most every day is spending time with his family.

  • Syracuse University, School of Architecture, Bachelor of Architecture

  • Licensed Architect: NY
  • LEED Accredited Professional Building Design + Construction (BD+C)
  • National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) Certification
  • American Institute of Architects (AIA) Membership
Community Involvement
  • Barkitecture
  • Capital Region CANstruction
Awards & Recognition
  • Maxwell Place on the Hudson – Smart Growth Award, Best in NJ for Mixed Use Waterfront Enhancement
  • Department of Sanitation – Queens Community District 14 Garage & Salt Shed – NYC Art Commission Design Excellence Award
  • The Forum at Queens Borough Hall – LEED Silver Certified
  • SUNY Morrisville State College, Center for Design & Technology – LEED Silver Certified
  • Reconfiguring Space: Blueprints for Art in General – Exhibited in Design Competition
Notable Projects (Prior Practice)
  • Affinia Hotel Manhattan NYC (Renovation, $4M)
  • Al Maktoum Hospital (UAE, $600M)
  • Amsterdam at Harborside (Senior Living, $191M)
  • Central Park Police Station NYC (Renovation & Expansion)
  • Cooperstown Bio Field Station - SUNY Oneonta (Renovation & Expansion, $5M)
  • Hyatt House Emeryville (Renovation & Rebranding, $24.5M)
  • Lenox Hill Hospital Emergency Department (Expansion & Renovation)
  • Long Island City Vivarium (New Construction)
  • Maxwell Place on Hudson (Residential Condos, $231M)
  • Maywood Senior Recreation Center (New Construction)
  • Midtown Surgery Center (Renovation & Expansion, $6M)
  • Neponsit Adult Day Care Center (Interior Gut Renovation)
  • Saks Fifth Avenue (Four Sites, Core & Shell Development)
  • St. Vincent's Medical Center (Addition & Renovation, $120M)
  • SUNY Morrisville State College - Center for Design and Technology ($9M)
  • The Forum at Queens Borough Hall (Demolition & Renovation, $21.8M)
  • The Procenium in Sarasota Fl. (Mixed Use Development)