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Rendering of 11 Jane Street via David Chipperfield Architects/LPC Rendering of 11 Jane Street via David Chipperfield Architects/LPC
At the end of 2014, Minskoff Equities purchased 11 Jane Street for $26 million with plans for a condominium to go up in the place of a two-story parking garage. Founder and president Edward Minskoff expressed hope that the planning could be completed in 10 to 12 months in a 2015 interview, but it took quite a bit longer: The site's location in the Greenwich Village Historic District kicked off years of community discussions and Landmarks Preservation Commission hearings. Nearly three and a half years, four hearings, and several design revisions later, the garage has been demolished and construction has recently begun.
 
 
 
 
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The approved design by David Chipperfield Architects, designer of The Bryant, drew inspiration from prewar residential buildings at 85 Bedford Street, 171 West 12th Street, and 277 West 11th Street. Designs show precast panels and bronze gates at grade level, Roman brick panels and redesigned bronze casement windows on higher floors, and a precast cornice running the length of the building. A single balcony running the length of the second floor has been changed to nine individual Juliet balconies. A Landmarks presentation notes that the window opening proportion is consistent with other Greenwich Village residences.
Plans filed with the city call for a six-story building with a 12-space public parking garage, two duplex townhouses, two units each on the third and fourth floors, and one duplex apartment on the fifth floor and setback penthouse level. The townhouses will have private gardens, and building amenities will include a bike room, fitness center, and roof deck. An offering plan has not yet been filed for the new building, but high prices are expected: According to CityRealty data, the average price of an apartment in the West Village is $4.582 million.
11-Jane-Street-2 Construction shots via CityRealty
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