S9 Architecture Reveals New Design for Apartment Tower at 111 Varick Street
Late last year 6sqft posted a gallery of renderings visualizing a new high-rise for Madigan Development and Robal Parking Corporation’s development site at 111 Varick Street in Hudson Square. Now, on S9 Architecture’s recently revamped website, we have a revised look at a different and enlarged design for the site. The published set of images shows a slightly taller tower of similar massing clad in a skin of rippling panels where each band of floors resembles a strip of paper repeatedly folded onto itself and thereafter wrapped around the building envelope.
As previously reported, permits filed and approved last year called for a 15-story, 70,000-square-foot residential building whose ground level would contain a retail space, a second-floor garage for nine cars, residential amenity spaces on the third and fourth levels, and 49 apartments above. S9’s project page now states the tower will have 125,000-square-feet of space and shows a building of roughly 25 stories. To add to the confusion, Madigan’s website tells us they are building an approximately 100-unit, 30-story luxury rental building whose units “will have stunning views forever, 10-foot-high ceilings and condo finishes and appliances.” The building will also seek LEED Silver accreditation.
1924 land map of the area shortly before the opening of the Holland Tunnel. Project site shown in red. Courtesy of Historical Map Works
The project is replacing a parking garage that has been long-covered in advertisements aiming to distract Jersey-bound Holland Tunnel commuters. Directly west of Madigan’s site, a permit for an 18-story residential project has been filed at 570 Broome Street. That tower replaces the Church of Our Lady of Vilnius which was founded by Lithuanian immigrants in 1905.
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