Construction is coming to a close on 130 William Street, a 66-story residential skyscraper in the Financial District. Designed by David Adjaye of Adjaye Associates and developed by Lightstone, the 800-foot-tall structure yields 242 units marketed by Corcoran Sunshine, with prices ranging from $1,300,000 for a one-bedroom apartment to $20,000,000 for a four-bedroom, full-floor penthouse. Hill West Architects served as architect of record for the property, which is bound by William, Fulton, and Gold Streets. Occupancy has already begun as finishing touches wrap up on the exterior.
Work has progressed on the lower levels since our last update in December, when façade work on the main tower had recently concluded. The focus of construction is now on the ground-floor frontage along Fulton Street, which sits beneath a very large rectangular canopy, as well on the landscaped public courtyard next to the main entrance on William Street.
Our last update showed the walls around the courtyard hidden behind wooden boards and scaffolding as crews installed the last of the arched window panels. These walls are now almost finished with reflective glass within the arches. All that remains now is the landscaping work. The sidewalk scaffolding should come down sometime soon and open up the walkway to the front doors.
This rendering depicts what the plaza will soon look like.
Work on the rooftop terrace will also wrap up soon. We can see a perimeter of glass railings around the parapet surrounding the mechanical bulkhead with its pleated cladding.
Construction should like wrap up in the next few months, possibly before the end of the summer.