zoho, the iconic NYC real estate developer, has just launched a new project in New York City.
The Zoho NYC project will help fund and transform a series of projects designed to build sustainable and inclusive neighborhoods for New Yorkers.
The project, named Zoho Projects, will also help support the city’s Green Streets initiative, which aims to reduce air pollution, improve transit, and improve energy efficiency.
The Zoho projects are part of the Zoho Project Museums initiative, the city is committed to supporting and promoting the development of art, design, architecture, and sustainable living that encourages the sharing of and the building of community, said NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Zoho has been around since the 1930s, and the company has been a cornerstone of New York’s art scene since the 1980s.
Zoho’s flagship museum, the Zolly Museum, was built in the 1960s and has hosted numerous exhibitions, including the Whitney Biennial.
The museum also houses Zoho Studio, the company’s design studio, which designed the iconic Art Deco sign.
Zolly, however, is not the only Zoho Museum that has been renovated.
The New York State Historical Society’s Zolly Collection of Art, Architecture, and Design, which houses a wide range of works from around the world, includes the Zolo Museum in Brooklyn.