77 Greenwich Street’s Façade Climbing Quickly Above the Financial District

77 Greenwich Street, by Binyan Studios

The glass curtain wall is rising quickly on 77 Greenwich Street, a mixed-use residential project in the Financial District. FXCollaborative is the designer and Trinity Place Holdings is the developer of the 500-foot-tall reinforced concrete skyscraper, which is topped out at 42 stories. The project will feature 90 condominiums ranging from one- to four-bedroom layouts with interiors by Deborah Berke Partners.

New photos of the curtain wall show how fast work is progressing.

The southern corner of 77 Greenwich Street. Photo by Michael Young

Looking southwest at 77 Greenwich Street. Photo by Michael Young

Some of the building’s corners feature a mix of glass and stone panels. Photo by Michael Young

The eastern edge with a sliver of corner panels going up. Photo by Michael Young

Looking up the western elevation of 77 Greenwich Street. Photo by Michael Young

Retail space will be located in the 150-foot-tall podium section, as will a grade school that will use the landmarked exterior of the Robert and Anne Dickey House. The main entrance and lobby of 77 Greenwich Street is positioned along Greenwich Street on the northern corner of the site.

The western corner of 77 Greenwich Street with the new podium floors and the preserved brick exterior of the Robert and Anne Dickey House. Photo by Michael Young

The future main lobby to 77 Greenwich Street. Photo by Michael Young

Amenities will include a residential lounge with a catering kitchen, a children’s playroom, a double-height fitness center, and a landscaped outdoor terrace on the ninth floor with a dog run, dining areas, and pergolas. Every unit facing west will be treated to views of the harbor and sunsets, while those facing east will see the skyline of Lower Manhattan and the morning sun.

77 Greenwich Street should be finished next year.

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4 Comments on "77 Greenwich Street’s Façade Climbing Quickly Above the Financial District"

  1. umm, it’s not rising that fast. Yesterday was the first day it moved in 3 weeks. (I see it every morning as I brush my teeth). And the descriptions of the two views would be mostly correctly described as north and south, not east and west.

  2. “The development has restored a vertical prowess to the Financial District and the Lower Manhattan skyline”

    Only rebuilt twin towers would have done that. The complex is a disappointment in terms of skyline.

  3. Is the entire one side of that building going to be left undecorate, construction grade cement, or is it going to be covered?? I hope the latter

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