Structure has topped out at the residential towers adjacent to the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. Developed by the Brodsky Organization and designed by Handel Architects, the towers feature an exposed concrete structure with shaped concrete piers at the primary façade along West 113th Street. These piers reference the buttresses of the cathedral directly behind and animate the façade with their pattern of sloping from floor to floor. Installation of the black framed windows that occupy the space between the concrete piers has also made significant progress, with only a handful of floors left to be enclosed on each tower. When completed, the two towers will bring 428 residential rental units to the Morningside Heights neighborhood and a revenue stream to the church from the lease of the land.