The reflective glass and decorative exterior steel beams of No.33 Park Row, aka Pearl on the Park, are close to reaching the top of the 25-story Financial District structure. Designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners and developed by Centurion Real Estate Partners and Urban Muse, the residential tower stands 331 feet tall and will yield a total of 30 units with views facing City Hall Park and the surrounding Civic Center neighborhood.
1 Beekman Street
Work on No.33 Park Row, aka “Pearl on the Park,” has been making steady progress in the Financial District. Most of the floor-to-ceiling glass panels are now in place, with dark-colored steel frames enhancing the visual appearance. The 25-story apartment building is being designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners while Centurion Real Estate Partners is collaborating with Urban Muse to develop the corner site. The 331-foot-tall tower will contain 31 units.
Work on One Beekman Street, aka “Pearl on the Park,” is another step closer to completion, as the dark-colored steel frame that will sit in between the floor-to-ceiling windows has begun to go up. This will accentuate the upcoming 25-story apartment building and lend it a more distinctive and detailed appearance. The project is being designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners while Urban Muse is the developer. There will be 31 units inside the 331-foot-tall tower with views overlooking City Hall Park. This will be Richard Rogers’ first residential project in New York City.
Nicknamed the “Pearl On The Park,” and located next to the Beekman Hotel at 5 Beekman Street and directly adjacent to COOKFOX’s 59-story residential tower rising at 25 Park Row, 1 Beekman Street has officially topped-out at 25 stories in height. Construction has progressed quickly over the past year, and demolition and excavation of the site only began two years ago.
Construction is moving along quickly for two new towers on City Hall Park. The park is one of just three major public outdoor areas in the Financial District, making any development around it particularly important. The buildings photographed for this article are 25 Park Row and 1 Beekman Street, which will add a combined 142 new condominiums and nearly 67,000 square feet of commercial space to the neighborhood.