Construction continues at 11 North Moore in Tribeca, which has now topped-out; the project began rising above ground approximately one year ago, and progress has been swift. The building’s facade remains missing in action, and no windows are visible, but scaffolding has recently encased the structure, designed by Adjmi & Andreoli developed by VE Equities.
11 North Moore stands ten stories tall, and the building has eighteen apartments, with units falling on the astronomical end of the pricing spectrum. In January, Curbed reported that the penthouse came on the market for $40 million.
The site was initially subject of a different proposal — also by Adjmi & Andreoli — which would have been dubbed 24 Varick. That iteration was shelved for the current design, which is more contextual with the surrounding neighborhood, utilizing a subdued concrete facade.
Renderings promise an attractive addition to the Tribeca streetscape, and 11 North Moore’s window panes will rank amongst the largest in New York City, comparing with 432 Park Avenue. Soaring ceilings and expansive layouts cement the project’s superluxe status.
Information previously posted on construction signage indicated 11 North Moore was supposed to be completed earlier this year, but clearly work is ongoing, and an early 2015 opening would appear likely at this point.
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