33 Vestry Street
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- 2007Year Built
It's a shame this is not a free-standing building for the rear façade is perhaps even more interesting and dramatic than the front façade.
Marketing began in April, 2007, for this 9-story residential condominium project at 31-33 Vestry Street.
The project, which is known as V33, has been designed by Winka Dubbeldam, who set the city's architecture buffs astir with her first project, 497 Greenwich Street in which she cascaded an 11-story undulating green glass façade over the top of an old loft 6-story building.
The December 2004 issue of Esquire magazine featured her among its "best and brightest" stars in architecture, highlighting her next venture, then known as the "Vestry Street Project," at 31-33 Vestry Street in TriBeCa. The New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission was not entirely enchanted, however, when the 9-story project came up for review in 2005.
Dubbeldam, whose architecture firm is known as Archi-tectonics, went back to the drafting boards and the commission unanimously approved the project. The Dutch-born architect's revisions that swept away their prior reservations were changing the angled façade of the top two, setback floors to perpendicular, moving the setback ground floor closer to the building line and lowering the building's height from 116 to 111 feet.
Her building has a façade of soft gray colored glass, translucent stone and stone-glass laminate with a "notch" setback at the fourth floor and a strong horizontal...
Features & Amenities
- FT Doorman
- Very handsome building
- Very few apartments
- Prime TriBeCa location
- Gas-burning fireplaces
- Large apartments
- Some balconies
- Close to Hudson River
- No roofdeck
- Not close to subway
- Few vistas