Construction is progressing on Jolie On Greenwich, a 42-story residential skyscraper at 77 Greenwich Street in the Financial District. Designed by FXCollaborative and developed by Trinity Place Holdings, the 500-foot-tall tower will yield 90 condominiums ranging from one- to four-bedroom layouts with interiors designed by Deborah Berke Partners. Future Green Studio is designing the outdoor landscaping, The Wright Fit is designing the private fitness center, LIVunLtd is managing concierge and hospitality services for residents, and Ryan Serhant from Million Dollar Listing: New York and his team at SERHANT are in charge of handling sales and marketing the homes. Gilbane Building Company is the general contractor for Jolie On Greenwich, which is bound by Greenwich Street to the west, Elizabeth H. Berger Plaza to the south, and Trinity Place to the east.
Recent photographs show almost all of the exterior cladding installed on all four sides with the exception of where the mechanical hoist remains attached to the reinforced concrete superstructure, and around the main entrance along Greenwich Street.
The front doors to the property will sit below the tall glass wall with a tight array of thin translucent louvers. Sidewalk scaffolding, fencing, and barriers still surround the entire property for now but should be removed once the sidewalks are remade and finished.
Restoration work is complete on the Robert Anne Dickey House directly to the south of the 150-foot-tall podium. The following photos show the finished look of its vibrant red brick façade, along with its grid of windows and green shutters that evoke its historic charm as one of the few remaining 19th century structures in the Financial District. The building will be incorporated into the property’s planned grade school and ground-floor retail space.
Jolie On Greenwich will features a residential amenity space called Cloud Club 77 that will include a private sky lounge with a fireplace, a catering kitchen with a private dining room, a children’s playroom, a double-height fitness center, private storage, a bicycle room, a recreation/game room, a full-time doorman, and a landscaped outdoor terrace on the ninth floor furnished with a dog run, grilling stations, dining areas, and cabanas. This private space is situated high enough to provide views of the New York Harbor and Battery Park, while residences above are provided even wider vistas of the Lower Manhattan skyline. Those looking west can see Battery Park City, the Hudson River, and sunsets over Jersey City, and those with eastern exposures get views of the historic skyscrapers surrounding Wall Street and the morning sunlight.
As of right now, the most affordable available unit is 22B, a one-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom unit costing $1.68 million, while the most expensive is 36A, cost $5.5 million. Several other condominiums remain on the market and range from $2.28 million to $4.35 million.
Jolie On Greenwich should wrap up construction in early 2022.