The earth-toned brick masonry facade and grid of large square and narrow windows that make up the main southern elevation of 11-19 Jane Street is now complete, while work on the interiors should likely be wrapping up. Located in the Manhattan neighborhood of the West Village, the topped-out mixed-use residential and commercial project will soon debut as a 31,000-square-foot structure designed by London-based design firm David Chipperfield Architects, and developed by Edward Minskoff of Minskoff Equities. There will be a total of seven residential units inside, averaging 2,382 square feet each. The site is located between Greenwich Avenue and Eighth Avenue and is one street below Jackson Square Park.
New photographs looking up show the simple yet clean and subtly detailed brick craftsmanship. The only slight difference between the finished product and what was depicted in previous renderings was a continuous black metal railing above the ground floor. The black railings are only found placed in front of each narrow rectangular window on the second story and easily blend with the dark color of the mullions. Nonetheless, the color and texture of the facade as a whole came out really well.
The development will come with an enclosed private garage and provide space for twelve parking spaces. The first two floors feature two duplex penthouses with their own private entrances on opposite sides of the front elevation. Each have their own backyard gardens. The next two levels house two units each, culminating with a duplex across the fifth and setback sixth floor. Amenities for residents are a fitness center, bicycle storage, and a rooftop deck.
11-19 Jane Street should likely be finished this summer.