Developer, SCA Reach Deal At Planned Mixed-Use Development At 42 Trinity Place, Financial District

42 Trinity PlaceConceptual renderings of 42 Trinity Place -- Left image by Studio C Architects, right image by FXFOWLE Architects

Early last year, YIMBY brought you conceptual renderings of the possible supertall mixed-use tower that could rise at 42 Trinity Place, in the Financial District. Now the developer, Trinity Place Holdings, reached a deal with the city’s School Construction Authority (SCA) to build an elementary school in the base of the building, Tribeca Trib reports. The public school will boast 476 seats and a design is expected to be released of it this upcoming summer. In 2013, the city put forth $27.5 million in its budget to build a new school in the Financial District. The scope of the entire project has yet to be revealed, but it could potentially measure upwards of one million square feet and have retail, hotel, and residential components. Multiple buildings must first be demolished.

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