FXCollaborative reveals new renderings of slender Fidi condo tower

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Trinity Place Holding’s new residential tower rising at 77 Greenwich Street in lower Manhattan has just released a teaser site and new renderings showing the 500-foot-tall building in all its future glory. With architecture by FXCollaborative and interiors by Deborah Berke Partners, the tower is four stories in to its 42-story height; sales are scheduled to begin in spring of 2019.

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In addition to dazzling water views, the tower’s 90 apartments, which will begin 150 feet above street level, will get plenty of natural light thanks to a design that incorporates a pleated glass curtain wall.

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The impressive suite of amenities planned for the new residence includes a penthouse club level, a residents’ lounge and a private dining room with a catering kitchen, a children’s playroom and a double- height fitness center. A rooftop garden will offer the panoramic views you’d expect along with an outdoor grill. A ninth floor terrace will have pergolas, dining areas and a dog run.

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In addition to the residential tower, the project includes the restoration of the neighboring Robert and Anne Dickey House, a historic landmark built in 1810, which will be seamlessly incorporated into a new elementary school accessible via Trinity Place.