Though the topping-out of 432 Park Avenue has dominated headlines over the past week, several other projects are also finishing their climb, including One Vandam. And now, YIMBY has the first look at the building’s rooftop views.
One Vandam is situated off the corner of Vandam and Spring Streets, and the Soho location — where surrounds are generally quite short — offers comprehensive views. New York’s urban fabric is particularly tenable from the top floors, which stand approximately 200 feet above the streets below.
Besides topping-out, facade installation has also continued at a rapid pace, and the exterior has progressed significantly since we last checked on the project in August. Panels inset with limestone offer a classic twist to an otherwise modern aesthetic, and the mix of glass and masonry complements the project’s pre-war surrounds.
BKSK is the building’s architect, and Quinlan and Tavros are the developers. The vicinity is seeing a mini-boom in construction, and One Vandam actually looks out over the future 10 Sullivan Street, which will become Soho’s very own equivalent to the Flatiron Building. Across the street, One Hudson Square is also under construction.