Demo Permits Filed for 321 Church Street in Tribeca

Rendering of 31 Lispenard Street - GF55 PartnersRendering of 31 Lispenard Street - GF55 Partners

Full demolition permits have been filed for 321 Church Street, aka 31 Lispenard Street, in Tribeca. According to the filing, the site is owned by Peter Matera of Urban Standard Capital. It currently houses a one-story mixed-use building with five units, two of which are residential. The 17-foot-tall structure was built in 1947.

Plans for the 1,780-square-foot lot call for a seven-story, 10,036-square-foot mixed-use building with 9,191 square feet designated for residential space and 845 square feet for commercial use. The project, as previously reported by YIMBY, will be designed by GF55 Partners, and feature four full-floor units with a duplex penthouse. The masonry-based structure will also have a cellar and one retail store on the ground floor.

321 Church Street in Tribeca, Manhattan

321 Church Street via Google Maps

Renderings revealed last September for the project depict arched windows along Lispenard and Church Streets, decorative copper paneling at the ground floor, and white cast-in-place concrete at the residential levels.

321 Church Street is located between Lispenard Street and Canal Street. The lot is one block from the Canal Street subway station on Broadway, serviced by the N, Q, R, and W trains.

H&O Engineering is listed as the applicant of record.

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5 Comments on "Demo Permits Filed for 321 Church Street in Tribeca"

  1. David in Bushwick | July 3, 2020 at 9:07 am | Reply

    A most definite and appropriate improvement to the neighborhood.

  2. We do not need more luxury in this neighborhood. We need hardware stores, laundromats, services for RESIDENTS, not the people on their way to 110 centre street from the subway. I’ve been a resident here for 30 years. I am not wealthy, nor do I have a trust fund. I want real world functionality in my neighborhood!

  3. Except the color…Really?

  4. I wonder if they can open their windows? I need to be able to open the window to smoke cigarettes out of it. Why not add some balconies that look like fire escapes, so you can sit out here and drink and smoke, too.

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