John Halsey was born in Oregon and became interested in the architecture and landscape of the Pacific Northwest. He began architecture studies at the University of Oregon and later moved to New York City to engage in the experiences of a larger urban environment. He completed architecture studies with a bachelor’s degree of Architecture from City College of New York.

As an intern architect he became an expert in the design of renovated housing in the city of New York while working for a real estate development corporation. He designed over 2,000 units of housing for HUD and other New York City agencies.

Continuing to advance in other areas of architecture his work includes corporate interior design and space management, design of public transportation facilities for New York City subways, Connecticut Department of Transportation, Port Authority of NY & NJ and Metro North Railroad’s new station at Yankee Stadium.

Currently he is providing design services for residential and commercial clients in New York and New Jersey.

Scope of projects range from small additions to extensive renovations, new construction, multi-unit residential and retail spaces.

Religious Projects:

500 seat sanctuary and community center for Assembly of Christian Churches, Haverstraw, New York.

Classrooms and ADA upgrades for Immaculate Heart of Mary, Roman Catholic Church, Bergen County.

Book store and café in planning phase for Seventh Day Adventist Church, Rockland County.