Work on No. 33 Park Row Nearly Finished in Financial District, Manhattan

No. 33 Park Row. Photo by Michael Young

Work is nearing completion on No. 33 Park Row, aka Pearl on the Park, a 331-foot-tall residential building in the Civic Center section of the Financial District. Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Sir Richard Rogers and Graham Stirk of Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners and developed by Centurion Real Estate Partners and Urban Muse, the 23-story reinforced concrete structure is one of several new projects transforming Park Row, which historically gave rise to New York’s first skyscrapers like the New York Tribune Building and the World Building in the late 1800s. No. 33 Park Row sits directly across from City Hall Park and is expected to yield 95,000 square feet and 30 homes, ranging from one- to five-bedroom units and penthouses, many with private outdoor spaces spanning floors six through 23. Sales launch next month and Compass Development Marketing Group is the exclusive marketing and sales agent for the property.

The building may not be relatively tall when compared to the skyscrapers that make up the iconic skyline of Lower Manhattan, but its bold and distinctive dark steel frame, copper screen fins, and floor-to-ceiling glass create a solid and defining anchor point among the diverse range of both old and new architecture that line Park Row. Recent photos show the exterior almost fully complete, with the green scaffolding remaining at street level.

No. 33 Park Row. Photo by Michael Young

Park Row. Photo by Michael Young

No. 33 Park Row. Photo by Michael Young

No. 33 Park Row. Photo by Michael Young

No. 33 Park Row. Photo by Michael Young

No. 33 Park Row. Photo by Michael Young

No. 33 Park Row. Photo by Michael Young

No. 33 Park Row. Photo by Michael Young

Recently released renderings of No. 33 Park Row show the architectural details of the ground floor and the steel façade during the day and night. Trees and shrubs will occupy the outdoor terraces across the main western and northern façades.

Looking during the daytime. Designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

Looking at night. Designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

The ground floor of No. 33 Park Row along Beekman Street. Designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

Looking up at the top of the building. Designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

YIMBY also has new renderings of the interiors.

Looking out to City Hall Park.

A living room.

A bathroom.

No. 33 Park Row is set to launch later this spring.

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9 Comments on "Work on No. 33 Park Row Nearly Finished in Financial District, Manhattan"

  1. Mr. Galikanokus | February 20, 2021 at 9:23 am | Reply

    So in the time it took Joe Chiarelli and the rocket scientists at TG Nickel (now Consigli) to build this, the chaps at 25 Park Row were able to build a building that’s twice as big. Not a strong moment for Joe & Company.

  2. That photo of a ‘model bedroom’ looks suspiciously like a living-room 🙂

  3. Please send me an application for an affordable two-bedroom apartment by email.
    Than You

  4. Something is up with his building.
    They broke ground over 4 years ago and still have not launched sales. For the last 2 years they have been saying we are almost done and will be launching sales soon. Every other building sells apartments while they are in the construction phase.
    It makes me ask – what’s wrong with this building.

  5. Nice new bldgs….now please keep the beautiful old stuff, it makes the area

  6. David : Sent From Heaven. | February 20, 2021 at 11:38 pm | Reply

    This beautiful structure involves type of material where it is located, that prominent your own views: Thanks to New York YIMBY.

  7. Very impressive block here, some of the best of old and new.

  8. I agree with nycfan. This elegant building is the finishing touch to an ensemble of the best of the old and new.

  9. We have a very nice bird’s eye view of City Hall, where you can watch people demonstrate as the weather gets warmer. With the floor-to-ceiling windows, you can even watch the protesters while you’re taking a relaxing bath. If they look up and see you in your bathtub, a friendly wave from you will let them know that you are part of the one percent who supports their cause (whatever it may be).

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