A set of detailed renderings of the Renzo Piano-designed residential buildings at 100 Varick Street and 555 Broome Street have emerged, and construction is currently underway at the site pitched between two of New York's most coveted neighborhoods, Soho and Tribeca.
The much-anticipated development will consist of two 25-story buildings, which will include 115 condo units, 17,000 square feet of commercial space, and 750 square feet for a community facility. Once completed, the project will be the tallest residential structure in the Soho neighborhood.
Pritzker Prize-winning architect Renzo Piano, whose notable recent work includes the new Whitney Museum in midtown, has been tapped as the design architect. Piano's versatility continues to win the hearts of NYC developers, as the project is being developed in collaboration between Bizzi & Partners and Halpern Real Estate Ventures.
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