BKSK Architects’ 75 West Broadway Still Appears Stalled in Tribeca

75 West Broadway. Rendering by BKSK Architects

Work has yet to begin at 75 West Broadway, aka 61 Warren Street, a ten-story, 120-foot-tall residential building in Tribeca. The property has sat relatively quiet since YIMBY checked in last summer. Located along West Broadway between Warren Street and Murray Street, the forthcoming project is designed by BKSK Architects and developed by Cape Advisors and Forum Absolute Capital Partners and is set to yield 55,000 square feet.

The site is occupied by a large temporary steel structure that braces the nearly windowless wall of the adjacent eastern residential building, while the rest of the plot still sits inactive.

75 West Broadway. Photo by Michael Young

Renderings show structure clad in a red brick façade with a tight grid of vertically oriented windows. The height of the building slightly surpasses that of its abutting neighbor. The fenestration on the ground floor, which will support 9,700 square feet of retail space, features a contrasting black finish with floor-to-ceiling windows.

The property will contain 23 units spread over 45,400 square feet. These will range from 855 square feet to 3,360 square feet. A select number of homes are planned to feature private outdoor landscaped terraces on the multiple setbacks on the upper levels.

The closest subways to the site are the 1, 2, 3, A, C, and E trains at the Chambers Street subway station to the north, as well as the N, R, and W trains to the east along Broadway at the City Hall station. The Oculus at the World Trade Center is also nearby with access to the PATH trains as well as underground connection to the Fulton Street station and Brookfield Place.

It is unclear when 75 West Broadway will resume construction or when it will be completed.

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