New Downtown Tower Launches Teaser Site, New Details & Renderings

Publicly held company Trinity Place Holdings Inc., a New York-based real estate holding, investment and asset management company, has gone vertical on a new mixed-use tower in the Financial District, 77 Greenwich, which will include prime retail space, the restoration of a neighboring landmark that will house a new public elementary school, and 90 luxury condominium residences beginning 150 feet above the ground.

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Located at 77 Greenwich Street, the elegant and modern new tower will offer remarkable water views and a boutique approach to urban living, with interior design by AD100 firm Deborah Berke Partners and architecture by FXCollaborative. Following the recent completion of the tower’s foundation, the installation of superstructure concrete is now underway.

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When finished, the 500-foot-tall, 42-story building will be home to 90 residences that begin 150 feet above street level, ensuring that each home is filled with natural light and spectacular views. Amenities include a penthouse club, a residents lounge, private dining room with catering kitchen, children’s playroom and fitness center, along with two outdoor spaces that include a rooftop garden with panoramic views and a 9th floor terrace.

77 Greenwich also includes the restoration of the neighboring Robert & Anne Dickey House, a historic landmark built in 1810. The Dickey House will be seamlessly incorporated into a new elementary school accessible via Trinity Place. In addition, 77 Greenwich is located just steps away from Battery Park and Battery Park City, the Hudson River Waterfront, the World Trade Center, transit hubs and all of the exciting retail and dining happening in evolving Lower Manhattan.

The Marketing Directors will launch sales at 77 Greenwich in Spring of 2019.