A few weeks ago I was given a tour of the massive Greenwich Lane development in the West Village. The five building, five townhouse development designed by FXFOWLE occupies the the former site of St. Vincent's Hospital, with four buildings reusing the hospital's previous structures. Each building will have its own unique identity courtesy of interior designer Thomas O'Brien. For a more in depth look at the interior design, see Curbed's extensive tour of the sales gallery.
155 West 11th Street:
On the southwest corner of the site, at West 11th Street and 7th Avenue, the only completely new multi-unit is underway. Concrete structure has reached the tenth floor of the 17-story, 82-unit tower. Installation of the brick and cast stone facade is also underway, with panels installed up to the fourth floor.
160 West 12th Street:
At the northwest corner sits one of the repurposed, mid-century hospital buildings, 160 West 12th Street. The 15-story, 58-unit building features the original brick and limestone facade on the street side. Courtyard elevations feature new brick and glass facades.
At the southeast corner of the site, five all-new townhouses are currently under construction. Each 5-story townhouse measures 27.5 feet wide and features up to six bedrooms. Other notable features include a full floor master suite on the third floor, a fire place in the master bedroom and living room, a private garden, and foldable glass wall in the living room.