Financial District

77 Greenwich Street, by Binyan Studios

New Renderings Released As 77 Greenwich Street Begins Climb in The Financial District

77 Greenwich Street is already at its fourth floor, and now, a new teaser website for the 500-foot, 42-story residential tower has launched, accompanied by fresh renderings. Trinity Place Holdings is developing the ground-up Financial District project, with FXCollaborative serving as the architect. The podium will eventually house a grade school and retail space. Interiors are being designed by Deborah Berke Partners, the same firm who helmed interiors for 432 Park Avenue.

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25 Park Row’s Final Floors Rising Above The Financial District As Work Nears 665-Foot Parapet

Once the site of the electronic and music store J&R, 25 Park Row has risen tremendously quick above City Hall Park and the Lower Manhattan skyline in the past year alone. Excavation and foundation work only began in 2017, but the halfway mark for construction was reached in early August. Since then, a new rendering of the 49-story and 665-foot residential skyscraper has been revealed, and work has progressed to the final upper floors directly below the extruded crown that tops the building.

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130 William rendering courtesy of Lightstone

Façade Installation Starts for David Adjaye’s 66-Story 130 William Street in The Financial District

130 William Street is one of the most highly anticipated buildings currently rising in Lower Manhattan, and after sales launched earlier this summer, another milestone is at hand. The hand cast and oversized concrete arches that will make up the façade, which are purposefully evocative of the city’s historic fabric from the 19th and early 20th centuries, are now quickly rising along the exterior. Adjaye Associates is responsible for the design.

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Historic photo of 1 Wall Street.

Conversion of 51-Story One Wall Street Makes Headway As Work Progresses for The Financial District’s First Whole Foods

One Wall Street is in the midst of a huge $1.5 billion makeover as the 51-story Art Deco gem is converted from office use into 566 residential units, topped with a triplex that may fetch $40 million. At street level, significant activity can be seen, as parts of the facade have been removed to make way for the retail section in the building that will bring a Whole Foods to the Financial District.

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45 Broad Street

Ten Questions With Robert Gladstone of Madison Equities, Developer of Downtown’s First Residential Supertall Skyscraper, 45 Broad Street

The Gladstone family has a long history of construction in New York, and the family’s current venture, Madison Equities, was founded in the mid-1960’s. Now, Madison is behind what will imminently become the first actual residential supertall below 34th Street in Manhattan, with 45 Broad Street set to rise 1,127 feet to its peak. Last week, Madison Equities’ CEO Robert Gladstone sat down with YIMBY to talk about that project, as well as everything else in the firm’s pipeline for the Five Boroughs.

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