Holding the Corner

A boutique condominium building whose expansive glass and weathered metal pay respect to the historic Tribeca district.

Tribeca Rogue

The development restores a prominent Tribeca corner through a contemporary reinterpretation of the local architecture. The façade maintains the rhythm of the deep mass and large windows of neighboring buildings through a series of interlocking metal frames. These weathered structures offer a nod to the industrial aesthetic of Tribeca and are positioned to optimize views while maintaining privacy for residents.

Project details

Inside, the industrial yet elegant spaces continue with a loft-like openness and natural stone and wood.

The six lower residences are full floor with direct elevator access, and the top two floors make up a duplex penthouse. The penthouse residence has a rooftop terrace with views of the Financial District skyline.

New York, New York
Greystone Property Development
1,700 sqm 18,000 sf
  • 2020 Architizer A+ Peoples Choice Award
  • 2021 Society of American Architects, Merit Award
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