Bialosky + Partners

Architecture, Landmarks Preservation Commission, New Developments, Tribeca

While better known for its manufacturing buildings converted to retreats of discreet loft living, Tribeca is ushering in a mini-Gilded Age of mega-modern townhouses that are rising from the neighborhood’s modicum of narrow lots. Yesterday, the Landmarks Preservation Commission approved Maya Lin Studio‘s design of a five-story, 20,000-square-foot single-family mansion at 11 Hubert Street that will use the structural bones of an existing three-floor commercial building and add more than 6,000 square feet of floor area throughout. The nondescript commercial structure is a vestige of a never-finished 1980’s residential project that Lin, in collaboration with architects Bialosky + Partners, hope to rectify.

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Architecture, Construction Update, New Developments, Rentals, Soho

75 sullivan street

In the shadow of Property Market Group’s bricky condominium at 10 Sullivan Place, P. Zaccaro Co., Inc. (PZCo) is putting the finishing touches on their ground-up, seven-story rental building at 75 Sullivan Street. In case you couldn’t tell by the title, this is NOT an affordable housing story. Rather, it presents a rare opportunity to rent in a newly-constructed building in Soho, which for the most part has mainly built very high-end condo buildings and boutique office spaces in recent years.

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