This 77 Greenwich Street is already its 4th floor, and currently, a new teaser site for the 500 foot, forty-two story modern residential has unveiled, accompanied by the French renderings. Trinity venue holdings are developing the ground up Financial district plan, with FX-Collaborative serving as the designer.
The podium will finally house a retail and grade school space. Inner is being designed by Deborah Partners, the similar company who helmed inferior design for 432 part avenue. Over 90 residential units will begin 150 feet over the street, to let residents optimal angle of the Hudson River and the completion of the Financial District.
These units will be range from 1 to 4 bedroom spreads with costs to be announced. A pleated style of glass will cover facade, contrasting the neighboring brick and marble building that have conventionally made-up the character of Financial District since its beginning as New Amsterdam.
Though, like several of its neighbors, the street will have a slender profile, running north to south due to the rectangular form of the property and needed hurdles on the east/west sides.
On the peak of the building, there’ll be a residential lounge with catering kitchen, a kid’s playroom, and dual height fitness center. Sitting on the side of the glass are 2 outside rooftop terraces looking east area towards Wall Street and the west area towards Jersey City and the incredible Hudson River. They also will arrive with outside barbecue grills. One more porch is found on the peak of the podium’s 9th floor that comes with a dining area, dog run, and pergolas.
The restoration and preservation of the Robert and Anne Dickey Home are also underway. It’s a remarkable landmark built over 200 years ago and will be included in the latest elementary school. It presently stands as a hollow shell held-up by huge steel girders and beams.
Sales of 77 Greenwich Street are estimated to launch upcoming Spring, with close anticipated for 2020.