Chris McNally (Falcon)

Falcon Enterprises Associates President

An alumnus of New York University, Christopher “Chris” McNally is the president of Falcon Enterprises Associates, Inc., a company that combines the expertise of design, construction, and real estate development professionals to offer quality project management. He works closely with architects and builders to ensure projects meet deadlines and keeps owners involved in the construction process. Chris McNally and the Falcon team work on projects ranging from condominiums to single-family homes. Past projects include the gut renovation of a double width townhouse in Greenwich Village, New York, which was recently published in Elle Decor, and a Hudson Valley home, which was featured in Architectural Digest.

Prior to establishing Falcon Enterprises Associates, Christopher McNally was a project manager for Taocon, Inc. Recruited by co-owner Steven Lamazor, he was hired on to lead Taocon's “habitable art” projects that consisted of innovative homes, retail stores, and offices. It was during this job that he worked with construction experts like Jon Fogler and completed exemplary work, such as the Scholten Gallery of Japanese Art.

The High Line - A Unique Community Space in New York City

Christopher (Chris) McNally owns and leads as president of Falcon Project Quality Management, a New York City-based firm that represents the interests of property owners during design and construction projects. Apart from his responsibilities at Falcon, Chris McNally maintains an interest in urban spaces and supports the High Line, an urban space in his community.

A community park located on elevated train tracks in New York City, the High Line receives the majority of its funding through the nonprofit Friends of the High Line, which along with the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation cares for the space.

After the discontinuation of train service on the tracks in the 1980s, area residents collaborated to form Friends of the High Line in an effort to preserve the structure and make it into a useful public space. The group began establishing a planning framework in the early 2000s, and after the city accepted ownership of the tracks in 2005, groundbreaking on the project occurred the following year. The first section of the High Line opened to the public in 2009, with additional sections opening in the years since.

Today, the High Line hosts a variety programming and events throughout the year. Visitors to the park can enjoy walking tours, art exhibitions, live dance and spoken word parties, cultural festivals, wellness classes, and more. For additional information on the High Line, visit