77 Greenwich Street’s Curtain Wall Nears Completion in the Financial District

77 Greenwich Street, by Binyan Studios

Exterior work is nearing completion on 77 Greenwich Street, a 42-story mixed-use residential skyscraper in the Financial District. Designed by FXCollaborative and developed by Trinity Place Holdings, the 500-foot-tall project will yield 90 condominiums ranging from one- to four-bedroom layouts with interiors designed by Deborah Berke Partners.

Photos show the final portions of the reflective curtain wall on the western elevation being filled in, while the podium sits almost completely finished.

77 Greenwich Street, photo by Michael Young

77 Greenwich Street, photo by Michael Young

77 Greenwich Street, photo by Michael Young

77 Greenwich Street, photo by Michael Young

The development also included the refurbishment of the historic Robert and Anne Dickey House adjacent to the podium. Now complete, the structure looks almost new with its vibrant red brick exterior, thick cornice along the roof parapet, and updated windows and shutters.

The Robert and Anne Dickey House, photo by Michael Young

The Robert and Anne Dickey House, photo by Michael Young

Below is a photo taken in late 2017 that shows the dramatic improvement to the Robert and Anne Dickey House.

The Robert and Anne Dickey House, photo by Michael Young

Clad in a light-hued cementitious finish with a grid of recessed windows, the 150-foot-tall podium is set to house a grade school and ground-floor retail. Between this and the start of the glass-walled residential floors is a section of black metal panels covering mechanical space.

77 Greenwich Street, photo by Michael Young

77 Greenwich Street, photo by Michael Young

77 Greenwich Street, photo by Michael Young

The last major section awaiting completion is the thin northern wall, which features a zipper of narrow windows up the centerline. Warm-toned paneling is beginning to be installed on this bare concrete elevation and will continue all the way to the roof parapet.

The northern side of 77 Greenwich Street, photo by Michael Young

Amenities for 77 Greenwich Street include a private residential lounge with a catering kitchen, a children’s playroom, a double-height fitness center, and a landscaped outdoor terrace on the ninth floor with a dog run, dining areas, and pergolas.

The forthcoming opening of the West Street pedestrian bridge will make it easier for residents to access the Hudson River waterfront and Battery Park City.

Elizabeth H. Berger Plaza in early February 2020, photo by Michael Young

77 Greenwich Street is expected to be finished next year.

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2 Comments on "77 Greenwich Street’s Curtain Wall Nears Completion in the Financial District"

  1. It’s hard to imagine the two sets of elevated train tracks which used to intersect right around here. Pictures are available online. Think it was the Sixth and Ninth Avenue lines.

  2. Beautiful rendering – hideous installed glass. Hopefully it won’t look so brutal once it’s polished up and ready for occupancy. Does anyone else think buildings today seldom live up to their renderings?

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