Located at 20 River Terrace in Battery Park City, The Solaire recently announced it has reached over 50 percent sold with nearly 140 sales to date. Designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects and COOKFOX Architects and developed by the Albanese Organization, the 29-story development with 279 residences has cemented its status as one of the best-selling new developments of 2023.
Related Companies has shared a new collection of photos for its debut of Tribeca Green’s freshly renovated apartments and amenity spaces. Located at 210 Warren Street in Battery Park City, Manhattan, the building was designed by Robert A.M. Stern and completed in 2000. Today, the building houses 273 condominiums, hospitality-inspired amenity spaces, and offers clear views of the Hudson River, Teardrop Park, and the surrounding downtown landscape.
The Museum of Jewish Heritage is currently reviewing plans to build a new genealogy research center at its facility at 36 Battery Place in Battery Park City. Named the Peter and Mary Kalikow Genealogy Research Center, the waterfront expansion will provide visitors with Jewish genealogy resources through JewishGen, a non-profit organization and affiliate of the museum.
Battery Park City Authority, the Art for Justice Fund, and the Ford Foundation have unveiled a trio of public mosaics at Esplanade Plaza in Lower Manhattan. Entitled Justice Reflected, the mosaics are located on a 90-foot granite wall at the southern end of Battery Park’s North Cove Marina and were created by artist James Yaya Hough.
The Battery Park City Authority (BPCA) has released a Climate Action Plan outlining how the entity will enforce greenhouse gas emissions reductions in new and existing buildings and infrastructure in the area. The plan was authored in partnership with Buro Happold, an international sustainability consultancy, and outlines key targets for Battery Park City properties.