Curtain wall installation is underway at Trinity Place Holdings’ 77 Greenwich, a 42-story residential condo tower in the Financial District. FXCollaborative is leading the exterior design of the 500-foot tall tower, with interiors by Deborah Berke Partners. The base of the tower will house a new elementary school that incorporates the adjacent Robert and Anne Dickey House, a landmark structure built in 1810 and currently being renovated.
Superstructure has surpassed the three quarters mark, with concrete recently surpassing the 34th floor. Starting 150 feet above street level, the residential portion of the tower will offer 90 residences ranging from 1 to 4 bedrooms. A pleated glass curtain wall will clad the tower and offer views of Lower Manhattan and the harbor.
Residents’ will have access to an amenity package that includes a penthouse club level, residents lounge and private dining room with a catering kitchen, children’s playroom, a double height fitness center, and two outdoor terraces.
Architect: FXCollaborative; Interiors: Deborah Berke Partners; Developer: Trinity Place Holdings; Program: Residential, School, Retail; Location: Financial District, New York, NY; Completion: 2020.