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15 New Developments Set to Transform Tribeca, Mapped

There have been 15 new developments considered “on the rise” in the Tribeca neighborhood. Of the 15, U.S. Immigration Fund’s project, 111 Murray Street, is at the top of the list. Construction has just recently finished, and residents are anxiously awaiting move-in day! Read below to find out more:

 

By: Ameena Walker

 

For a while now, Tribeca has reigned supreme as New York City’s priciest neighborhood, with artists’ lofts-turned-condos and celeb-approved buildings boosting the once-industrial area’s cachet. And with a spate of high-end new developments in the works, that’s unlikely to change anytime soon.

Robert A.M. Stern’s 70 Vestry has already cemented its reputation as an ultra-luxe refuge, with the price tags to match—see the building’s $65 million penthouse, which already has a buyer. On Leonard Street, at least three new residential developments—including 56 Leonard, where penthouses are in no short supply—are adding more pricey apartments to the area’s housing stock.

And that’s just the beginning: here, we’ve mapped 15 developments on the rise in the neighborhood.

 

  1. 111 Murray Street

 

Photograph via Field Condition

 

111 Murray Street

New York, NY 10007

The nearly 800-foot tower tower taking shape at 111 Murray Street recently wrapped construction, and will soon welcome residents. The Kohn Pedersen Fox-designed building consists of 157 one- to five-bedroom apartments, more than 70 percent of which have already been sold, and will offer some of the most outrageous amenities around like concierge jet service and a hammam with sculpted marble beds.

 

2. 70 Vestry Street

70 Vestry St

New York, NY 10013

Robert A.M. Stern’s über-pricey condo at 70 Vestry Street—soon to be home to Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen—should be debuting any day now. Last April, the 14-story building topped out and in February, its courtyard received some finishing touches. The building houses 46 apartments ranging in size from two to seven bedrooms, with square footage going from 1,700 to 7,000 square feet. Many of its apartments (including the $65 million penthouse) have already sold, but a handful remain, asking between $7.95 million and $23.5 million.

 

  1. 440 Washington Street

440 Washington St

New York, NY 10013

 

In 2015, developer Ponte Equities unveiled plans to replace the site of a Hurricane Sandy-ravaged rent-stabilized building at 440 Washington Street with an 11-story residential building. The 41-unit project is being designed by OCV Architects and is expected to have an average apartment size of around 1,000 square feet, suggesting that they might be condos and not rentals.

 

  1. 86 Warren Street

86 Warren St

New York, NY 10007

 

In 2016, Solil Management filed plans to replace a parking lot with a 12-story mixed-use building that would be home to 40 rentals and 5,600 square feet of retail space. With designs by BKSK Architects, the building is also set to include a roof deck with private and common terrace space.

 

  1. 45 Park Place

45 Park Pl

New York, NY 10007

 

Sharif El-Gamal of Soho Properties is developing a 43-story building with just 50 apartments at 45 Park Place. The building includes a mix of one-, two-, three-, and four-bedroom apartments, and last June, sales launched with prices going from $3.725 million. Construction is currently underway and is expected to wrap up some time in 2019.

 

  1. 15 Jay Street

15 Jay St

New York, NY 10013

On Jay Street, what was once a five-unit rental building has been revamped into five luxury condos, designed by Meshberg Group, that include a one-bedroom duplex, a pair of full-floor two-bedroom apartments, and a three-bedroom duplex penthouse. Unsurprisingly, the units come with big price tags: The asking prices are approximately between $4 and $8 million. Sales are expected to launch in June.

 

  1. 75 West Broadway

75 W Broadway

New York, NY 10007

 

An eight-story condo, designed by BKSK Architects, will take over the corner of West Broadway and Warren Street. Back in 2015, developers Cape Advisors filed permits for the building, revealing that it will offer 21 condos, 18 parking spaces, a shared terrace, and a few private terraces. The average unit will span nearly 2,200 square feet. There will also be 9,653 square feet of retail space.

 

  1. 15 Hubert Street

15 Hubert St

New York, NY 10013

After a CetraRuddy-designed renovation that kicked off in 2014, the landmarked building at 15 Hubert Street will now have a nine apartments on floors two through four, and three duplex penthouses on floors five and six. Buyers will also get an “artfully designed” roof deck with landscaping, dining and lounge areas, plus a part-time attended lobby.

 

  1. 108 Chambers Street

108 Chambers St

New York, NY 10007

 

A small coffee shop on the corner of Church and Chambers streets has given way to a 10-story building being developed by Greystone Development. So far, the forthcoming building, going by 108 Chambers, has already secured two retail tenants, however, its unclear what stands for the future of the residential component of the building.

 

  1. 30 Warren Street

30 Warren St

New York, NY 10007

Cape Advisors is behind a boxy, concrete condo building, designed by French architecture firm Post-Office Architectes, that will rise 12 stories and include 23 one- to three-bedroom apartments. The units will have 10-foot ceilings, oak floors, huge picture windows, and chef’s kitchens with custom cabinetry, while the building’s amenity package will include a fitness center, children’s playroom, and bicycle storage. A few of the condos hit the market as early as 2016 and another batch recently launched sales, with prices ranging from $1.995 million to $7.3 million. Construction is expected to wrap up in 2019.

 

  1. 56 Leonard Street

56 Leonard St

New York, NY 10013

Though construction on Herzog & de Meuron’s 60-story Jenga-like condo building wrapped up around December 2016, it still awaits the Anish Kapoor-designed sculpture that will occupy its base. Earlier this year, Tribeca Citizen checked in on the status of the delayed and was given a lengthy explanation that detailed the process of getting the sculpture ready for its new home. In short, it’ll get there, we’re just not sure when.

 

 

  1. 250 Church Street

250 Church St

New York, NY 10013

 

A 15-story office once slated for a renovation will now become a 107-unit residential building. In 2017, owner Norvin Properties filed plans with the city’s Department of Buildings for the conversion and tapped Handel Architects for the design. Little has been revealed about the project, but we do know that amenities will include a gym, lounge, and a children’s playroom. No word yet on when the project is expected to wrap up construction.

 

  1. 91 Leonard Street

91 Leonard St

New York, NY 10013

In 2015, developers Toll Brothers City Living paid $73 million to acquire three buildings and make way for this swanky condo building. The 19-story building is being designed by Skidmore Owings & Merrill and Hill West Architects, and will offer 111 units that will be a mix of studios through four-bedroom apartments.

 

  1. 108 Leonard Street

108 Leonard St

New York, NY 10013

Tribeca’s famed clock tower building will transform into a 150-unit condo in a renovation helmed by the Elad Group. The building, now going by 108 Leonard, will offer one- through four-bedrooms that boasts interiors by Jeffrey Beers International. Sales launched in March with prices beginning at $1.535 million.

 

  1. 312-322 Canal Street

322 Canal St

New York, NY 10013

 

Earlier this year, the Landmarks Preservation Commission finally signed off on this development, for which a seven-story residential building will replace a set of low-rise commercial buildings on Canal Street. Once complete, the building will feature three ground-floor retail spaces and more than a dozen mostly one-bedroom apartments. There will also be a four-bedroom penthouse.

 

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