At 111 Leroy Street, in the West Village, construction has been underway since YIMBY published images of the lot completely cleared, back in January. Now, Tectonic has fresh photos revealing significant progress. The project consists of the major ten-story, nine-unit building at 111 Leroy Street, with five single-family townhouses at 115, 117, 119, 121 Leroy Street, and 621 Greenwich Street.
The images show 111 Leroy Street and 621 Greenwich Street have ascended to their roof height. Of the remaining four townhouses, two are still in the process of having steel beams installed, while the other two have skeletons that appear complete.
Any element of the façade design remains to be seen in the photos. The new rendering reveals a bold rectilinear design mostly articulated by the window massing of the townhouses. The larger structure has a mostly-consistent window pattern. Its facade appears to be a tan-grey brick with darker brick sprinkled throughout.
Property Markets Group is the developer, and Workshop/APD Architecture is responsible for the design.
Completion is expected within the next year or so.