The Sterling Mason

Façade installation has reached substantial completion at Taconic's The Sterling Mason in the Tribeca neighborhood. Designed by Morris Adjmi Architects, the project consists of an existing six-story coffee and tea warehouse structure built in 1905, with a new structure fronting on Greenwich Street. The existing building is clad in red brick and terracotta, while the new structure is clad in an aluminum prefab panel skin with a plasma finish that emulates a brick façade. The renovation and neighboring addition will bring 32 condo units to this rapidly growing neighborhood.

Northeast corner from Greenwich Street.

East façade from Greenwich Street.

Closeup of the northeast corner from Greenwich Street.

North façade from Laight Street.

Northwest corner from Washington Street.

West façade from Washington Street.

Closeup of the north façade.

Southeast corner of 408 Greenwich (center) and the Sterling Mason (right).

Architects: Morris Adjmi Architects; Interiors: Gachot; Landscape Architect: Deborah Nevins & Associates; Developer: Taconic Investment Partners; Program: Residential; Location: Tribeca, New York, NY; Completion: 2015.