Permits Pre-Filed, Rendering Out for CetraRuddy-Designed 65 Franklin Street, Tribeca

65 Franklin Street, rendering from The Real Deal65 Franklin Street, rendering from The Real Deal

Permits have been pre-filed for a 19-story high-rise at 65 Franklin Street in Tribeca, Manhattan. The site is right on the corner of Franklin and Broadway, less than five blocks from the 1, 2, 6, N, Q, R, W, J, and Z trains, and seven blocks from the City Hall Park. Monzer Khafagy of HAP Investments is listed as the project executive responsible for the development.

The site was purchased by HAP Investments for $46 million earlier this year when they announced plans to develop. Permits confirm their initial plan. The 210-foot tall structure proposed will yield 107,600 square feet, with 74,100 square feet dedicated to residential use, and 3,035 square feet dedicated to ground floor retail. 41 condominiums will be created, averaging 1,807 square feet apiece. Eight parking spaces will be included on site.

45 Broad Street

45 Broad Street, image by CetraRuddy

CetraRuddy Architecture is listed as responsible for the design. Their projects have often been architecturally daring. This includes 45 Broad Street, which will be Downtown Manhattan’s first residential supertall.

The cellar will include a fitness center, yoga room, a swimming pool, a laundry room, and a bicycle room. Other amenities include a kids room and outdoor terraces on the second floor and rooftop.

65 Franklin Street, image via Google Maps

65 Franklin Street, image via Google Maps

The estimated completion date has not been announced, and demolition permits have not been filed yet.

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4 Comments on "Permits Pre-Filed, Rendering Out for CetraRuddy-Designed 65 Franklin Street, Tribeca"

  1. Please pardon me for using your space: Beautiful body and power on it. You can load at thinnest lines.

  2. That void caused by the parking garage is disgusting.

    Ban cars.

  3. The building is fine, but the streetwall-busting garage has got to go.

  4. Lubomir firko | July 28, 2018 at 3:27 am | Reply

    Ban cars? Yeah we all gonna be riding bicycles like morons. Lol

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