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130 William Street close-up of exterior (Binyan Studios) 130 William Street close-up of exterior (Binyan Studios)
To look at David Adjaye's body of work, it would seem that the acclaimed architect has designed everything – from museums, cathedrals, and galleries to hotels and private homes. However, one building type that has eluded Adjaye until now is the skyscraper. Well, that's about to change with 130 William Street, a 66-story condo tower on the rise in the Financial District.

Earlier this month, the Lightstone Development-led team unveiled the sales gallery releasing new details and views of the delectable development. So, as we wait for the tower's 2020 delivery, here's a rundown of everything we know about the project to date.
A standout is coming to the skyline.
130-William-Street-1 Renderings of 130 William via Binyan
130 William, which is being designed in collaboration with Hill West Architects, would stand out by virtue of its near-800-foot height alone, but the masonry-inspired facade with arched windows is also a far cry from the slick glass towers rising across the city. Here, the concrete panel exterior, reminiscent of volcanic rock, will go up in angled panels to give the building a saw-toothed appearance and break up rainwater streaming down.

"Let's look at the incredible tradition of masonry architecture.” – David Adjaye

130-William-Street Facade detail
No detail is overlooked inside.
130-William-Street Living room
In addition to what promises to be an iconic exterior, Adjaye also designed the interiors of all 244 luxury apartments. The arched windows will fill the studios through four-bedrooms with natural light, and white oak floors will contribute to a feeling of airiness.
130-William-Street Kitchen
130-William-Street Master bath
Luxurious materials from around the world will enhance every room. Kitchens will be outfitted with Italian Pietra Cardosa stone countertops, custom cabinetry, state-of-the-art Gaggenau appliances, and marble cantilevers that provide for bar seating. Master baths will have Bianco Carrara marble, walk-in showers, soaking tubs, custom vanities, and illuminated medicine cabinets. Adjaye's attention to detail extends to the burnished bronze fixtures and hardware throughout the apartments.
130-William-Street Loggia apartment terrace
Such care brings an extra sense of luxury to the smallest studio, but the penthouse and loggia residences on the top ten floors will be magnificent to behold. Generously-scaled rooms with soaring ceilings will flow seamlessly into private outdoor spaces looking out on panoramic views from over 600 feet in the air.
Amenities will cater to wellness and entertainment needs.
130-William-Street Pool
130-William-Street Screening room
130-William-Street Roof deck
In addition to a doorman, concierge service, and storage, 130 William will have over 20,000 square feet of amenities throughout the building. Wellness offerings will include a state-of-the-art fitness center, yoga studio, basketball court, infinity pool, hot and cold plunge rooms, dry sauna, and massage rooms.
Elsewhere in the building, amenities will include a private IMAX theater, lounge, club and game room, children's playroom, and catering kitchen with a private dining area. A rooftop observatory deck at the top of the building is its crowning glory and home to sweeping skyline and river views.
Affordable beauty and luxury
130-William-Street Loggia living room with interiors leading to terrace
Prices are anticipated to start at $650K for studios, $1.11M for one-bedrooms, $1.85M for two-bedrooms, $2.605M for three-bedrooms, and $5.42M for four-bedrooms. While these prices come in below the Financial District median, according to CityRealty data, those hoping to move into this architectural wonder are advised to save up.
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