COOKFOX Architects has released a rendering for 561 Greenwich Street in Hudson Square. Trinity Church Wall Street filed permits for the 260,000-square-foot building, which will feature retail at the ground floor and office space above. Hines is serving as development manager for the 19-story project.
The rendering depicts a design that complements the look of its industrial neighbor, with a matching overall height and aligned elevations. The light-colored façade features numerous setbacks with outdoor terraces that rises to floor-to-ceiling windows and concealed mechanicals on the rooftop.
Architect Rick Cook of COOKFOX noted, “The powerful masonry buildings of Hudson Square gave us a palette of materials and tools that helped us craft a building that feels authentic to the neighborhood and expresses a high-performance modern workplace with a connection to community and nature. ”
Adjacent to 561 Greenwich Street is 345 Hudson Street, one of 12 sites owned by Hudson Square Properties in the neighborhood. Hudson Square Properties is a joint venture between property owner and majority partner Trinity Church Wall Street and Norges Bank Real Estate Management, managed by operating partner Hines. Once construction is complete, Norges Bank and Hines will acquire ownership interests in the project.
An estimated construction completion date has not been announced.