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Trinity Church rendering (l; Pelli Clarke Pelli) and construction (r; CityRealty) Trinity Church rendering (l; Pelli Clarke Pelli) and construction (r; CityRealty)
The demolition of the 90-year-old parish house at Lower Manhattan's historic Trinity Church ushered in a new era, but not without controversy. Designer Pelli Clarke Pelli won a competition to design a new condominium on the site, only to see the plan scrapped due to concerns about the look of the planned building and an influx of downtown development. Plans for a community center and office tower, however, were approved. Construction is underway, and the new tower is on the rise.
74-Trinity-Place-2 Construction via CityRealty
The 26-story building, also designed by Pelli Clark Pelli, will face the historic church. More than 98,000 square feet will be devoted to community space, including classrooms, a café, and a meeting room with floor-to-ceiling windows. Upper levels will be devoted to office space, some of which is for Trinity Church. Completion of the new tower is estimated for 2019.
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One block south at 77 Greenwich Street, a development team led by Trinity Place Holdings has grand plans for a 40-story, 500-foot-tall tower designed by FXCollaborative. A 476-seat elementary school is planned for the base, and there will be 90 condominiums on top. It took a few design drafts and Landmarks hearings, but the Syms department store originally on-site has been demolished and foundation work is ongoing. Completion is estimated for 2020.
77-Greenwich-Street-03 Rendering of 77 Greenwich Street via FXCollaborative and site photo from October by Michael Young
77-Greenwich-Street-1 77 Greenwich Street construction via CityRealty
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