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All renderings of 77 Greenwich Street via Binyan Studios All renderings of 77 Greenwich Street via Binyan Studios
Developer Trinity Place Holdings has launched sales at 77 Greenwich Street, the dazzling new addition to the downtown skyline rising on the former site of the Syms flagship. The tower recently topped out at 500 feet and 42 stories tall, and a pleated glass curtain wall designed by FXCollaborative is well on the way up above a cast stone base. The project also seeks to combine new and old by including the preservation and restoration of the Federal-style Robert and Anne Dickey House, a New York City landmark dating back to 1810. This will be incorporated into a new elementary school planned for the base of the building.
77-Greenwich-Street-7 77 Greenwich Street circa May 2019 via FXCollaborative
77-Greenwich-Street-2 Living room
77-Greenwich-Street-3 Kitchen
All 90 apartments start 150 feet above street level to make the most of skyline and Hudson River views. Interiors by Deborah Berke Partners were designed to LEED standards and feature incredible natural light, soaring ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and white oak flooring. Custom Poliform kitchens include top-of-the-line appliances and Blue de Savoie marble counters and backsplash. Master baths have honed white marble floors and counters, quarter sawn sycamore millwork, and radiant heated floors. No detail was overlooked—even the powder rooms feature custom-carved quartzite sink bowls and backsplash panels.
77-Greenwich-Street-4 Fitness center
In addition to the apartment interiors, Deborah Berke Partners designed 77 Greenwich Street’s amenities. These include Cloud Club 77, which hosts a lounge with fireplace, dining room with catering kitchen, children’s playroom, and double-height fitness center programmed by Jay Wright. Outdoor amenities by Future Green Studio include a lower-level terrace with pergolas and a dog run, a 41st floor terrace with a Japanese rock garden, and a roof terrace with children’s play area, Zen garden, and a grill area with dining and lounging sections.
77-Greenwich-Street-5 Roof deck
77 Greenwich Street is rising in a prime downtown location near Battery Park City and the many new office, dining, and shopping opportunities that have risen in the Financial District in recent years. These include Oculus and Brookfield Place. Additionally, the new, 20,000-square-foot Elizabeth H. Berger Park is planned for directly across the street. Beyond the neighborhood, residents have their choice of subway stops within a few blocks.
A recently accepted offering plan lists a $317 million sellout. To that end, prices range from $1.78 million for one-bedrooms to $5.85 million for four-bedrooms. With a median price of $3.595 million, 77 Greenwich Street comes in well above the Financial District's median condo price of $1.535 million (per CityRealty listings).
77-Greenwich-Street-6 Lounge
77-Greenwich-Street-8 77 Greenwich Street circa May 2019 via FXCollaborative
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