303 Greenwich Street At Northeast Corner of Chambers Street
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- 1987Year Built
This pleasant little building was part of a bumper crop of residential projects along Greenwich Street in TriBeCa in the mid-1980’s that quickly transformed a derelict retail and industrial area into one of the city’s nicest residential areas.
This small group of modest but handsome, mid-rise buildings offered a modern alternative to the surrounding, high-rise density a few blocks south, and across the West Side Highway, at Battery Park City, and to the fancy lofts in a mixed variety of smaller buildings in TriBeCa.
Here, one of the city’s finest specialists in historic preservation, the architectural firm of Beyer Blinder Belle, recalled some of the glories of the cast-iron architecture of SoHo with a structure that has large windows and a rounded corner.
The 10-story condominium was completed in late 1987 and has 84 apartments ranging in size from studios to two-bedroom units. It was developed by Anne Dalton, Michael LaBadie and Philip Mendlow.
While the building has a concierge and some fireplaces, it does not feature a health club and pool, nor a garage, but the market here is for the proximity to the charm and liveliness of the TriBeCa area, the Hudson River and public transportation.
In their book, "The A. I. A. Guide to New York City, Third Edition," (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1988), Elliot Willensky and Norval White gave an accurate but overly harsh assessment of the building: "A muted design vocabulary and a subtle palette of grays echoes - but doesn’t mimic - the...
Features & Amenities
- FT Doorman
- Post War
- Basement Storage
- Roof Deck
- Washer/Dryer in building
- Desirable and convenient downtown location
- Small attractive building with concierge
- Basement storage
- Basement storage
- Roof deck
- No health club