09 Feb KPF’s 111 Murray nears the finish line in Tribeca
The 64-story building is now fully clad in its facade and stands 792 feet tall
The Tribeca tower that will offer its future residents amenities like concierge jet service is getting closer to the finish line, new construction site photos by Field Condition reveal. When we last checked with the construction site at 111 Murray Street the building was more than halfway complete.
Now the nearly 800-foot condo is fully clad in its glass facade, and seems close to welcoming its first set of residents. Sales on this Kohn Pedersen Fox-designed building launched back in the fall of 2015; even before sales had gone public the building was half sold.
The building has a total of 157 apartments, and a few of them are still up for grabs. Prices on the available units start at $4.3 million for a two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment and go up to $18.9 million for a five-bedroom, six-bathroom condo.
This project has been in the works since at least the fall of 2014 when the developers the Fisher Brothers and the Witkoff Group filed plans to building the tower. At that time, the tower was set to rise to 950 feet, but the developers reduced the height the following year. The building now has 64 stories and stands 792-feet-tall.
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