This week, the Hudson River Park Trust officially opened Pier 26 in Tribeca, the first new public pier to debut within Hudson River Park this decade. Designed by landscape architect OLIN, the pier will serve multiple uses including public recreation, educational programming, and ecological support for plant species native to the island of Manhattan.
The Landmarks Preservation Commission is scheduled to hold a remote public hearing to review the exterior restoration of a landmarked structure and the construction of a 20-story mixed-use residential building in Tribeca, Manhattan. The existing landmarked property is located at 315 Broadway, and the new residential building will debut as 317 Broadway.
The Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) recently approved the construction of a three-story infill and addition at 56 North Moore Street in the Tribeca West Historic District. The building will eventually debut as a modern office space with multiple outdoor terraces set above the historic masonry façade.
Full demolition permits have been filed for 321 Church Street, aka 31 Lispenard Street, in Tribeca. According to the filing, the site is owned by Peter Matera of Urban Standard Capital. It currently houses a one-story mixed-use building with five units, two of which are residential. The 17-foot-tall structure was built in 1947.
Permits have been filed for a 20-story mixed-use building at 317 Broadway in Tribeca, Manhattan. Located at the intersection of Broadway and Thomas Street, the corner lot is a short walk to the City Hall subway station, serviced by the R and W trains, and Chambers Street station, serviced by the 1, 2, and 3 trains. United American Land under the 315 Broadway LLC is listed as the owner behind the applications.