Last November, 6sqft reported that Toll Brothers‘ upcoming residential building 100 Barrow Street had just made its way above ground to street level. Now just four months later, the West Village development has topped off at 12 stories and 130 feet. As pictured above, the building’s bare concrete skeleton still has a way to go, but it’s expected to be finished sometime late this year or early next year.
Since it’s part of the the Greenwich Village Historic District, the building’s designers, Barry Rice Architects, had to win approvals from the Landmarks Preservation Commission. The lower half will be clad in Flemish brick to match the neighborhood’s 19th century aesthetic, while the top will be sheathed in a glass curtain wall with bronze-metallic panels.
The site formerly held a parking lot and is on the full-block grounds of the Church of St. Luke in the Fields. With some of the proceeds earned from leasing the development site to Toll Brothers, the church is expanding its school and creating a new mission where L.G.B.T.Q. homeless youth and under-served individuals can receive meals and shelter.
Once complete, there will be 35 apartments, including four townhouse units available for lease. Seven of the units will be reserved for middle-income tenants. Amenities will include a children’s playroom, fitness room, tenants’ lounge, and bicycle storage room.
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