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465 Washington Street

Renderings Reveal Seven-Unit Passive House at 465 Washington in Tribeca

Curbed has revealed renderings for the 10-story, seven-unit condominium building at 465 Washington Street, in northern Tribeca. The building will meet Passive House standards, and Zakrzewski + Hyde Architects is developing and designing. The project is an expansion of the old five-story building and has been planned for a few years.



71-73 Franklin Street Getting Penthouse And New Storefront

Some big changes are coming to a TriBeCa building, thanks to approval from the Landmarks Preservation Commission. On Tuesday, the LPC approved a proposal to modify the five-story building at 71-73 Franklin Street, just off Broadway. The building dates back to 1861 and will be converted from its original form – an Italianate/Second Empire loft building – to residential use. There will be six units, plus ground floor retail.

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24 Leonard Street, image by BKSK

New Look 24 Leonard Street, Tribeca

With demand for storing humans in New York far outpacing demand for storing cars, parking garages throughout Manhattan are being converted into dwellings. One such project is located at 24 Leonard Street, between West Broadway and…

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