Construction Update: 130 William

Facade installation continues at Lightstone’s 130 William, a 66-story residential condo tower in the Financial District. Designed by London-based David Adjaye of Adjaye Associates, the 800 foot tall tower will offer 244 condo units ranging from studios to four bedrooms. The facade features hand-cast concrete panels in a dark tone that is a signature of Adjaye’s past residential projects. Roughly textured concrete transitions to a smooth concrete band that frames the bronze accented windows integrated into the panels. The bronze exterior accents will carry into the interiors with Adjaye designed faucets, showerheads, and door handles in burnished bronze. Superstructure has now surpassed the two-thirds mark, with the tower likely topping out by late spring.

Looking up at the north facade from Fulton Street.

Northeast corner from Gold Street.

Closeup of the facade panels on the northeast corner.

Northwest corner of the tower.

Facade panels at the northwest corner.

Architect: Adjaye Associates (Design Architect), Hill West Architects (Architect of Record); Landscape Architect: Weintraub Diaz Landscape Architecture; Developer: Lightstone; Program: Residential; Location: Financial District, New York, NY; Completion: 2019.