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    I could not find any info on the forum about this building. Do we have anything on this building?

    300 Spring Street. Corner of Spring Street and Renwick.


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    There's some stuff around about it under the 302 Spring Street address.


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    Construction of 300 Spring Street. 3 July 2005.



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    From http://cityrealty.com

    More modernity on Spring Street 12-JUL-05

    The 11-story condominium apartment building at 302 Spring Street has been topped out and should be completed by the end of the year.

    The black-brick-and-glass tower is being developed by Peter Moore and Mark Mancinelli at the southeast corner of Renwick Street.

    According to Stas Zakrzewski of Zakrzweski/Hyde, the project’s architects, the windows will have stainless steel trim on the exterior and walnut wood shutters on the interior.

    This project is not far from another new modern mid-rise condo development also in construction, the "Urban Glass House," designed by Philip Johnson and Alan Ritchie, at 330 Spring Street.

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    300 Spring is owned by a instructor from Pratt Institute: Edward Re. I can not remember his company's name but his is also a RA in NY.

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    The exterior detailing on the mid-block (eastern) portion of this building is very well done.

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    I am pretty sure this is the building... 300 or 302 or 304? who knows...


    304 Spring Street nearing completion





    07-FEB-06

    Construction work should be completed in a few months on the attractive, 11-story residential condominium building at 304 Spring Street on the southeast corner at Renwick Street in the Hudson Square neighborhood in Lower Manhattan.

    The black-brick and glass tower is being developed by Peter Moore and Mark Mancinell and has been designed by Zakrzweski & Hyde Architects. Marketing for the project will begin this month.

    The building has two-setbacks and will contain 13 one- and two-bedroom apartments with home offices. The apartments will range in size from about 1,500 to about 4,000 square feet.

    It is not built full on its site to give it a private courtyard and entrance and more light and air. The floor-to-ceiling windows will have stainless steel trim on the exterior and walnut wood shutters on the interior.

    According to Stas Zakrzewski, “the irregular rhythm on the façade results in the unpredictable framing of the city and Hudson River with views unique to each apartment.”

    It is one of several new, distinctly modern projects in and around Hudson Square, an area that straddles the Far West Village, SoHo and TriBeCa neighborhoods.

    The Urban Glass House at 328 Spring Street was designed by Philip Johnson and Alan Ritchie and Nino Vendome. 505 Greenwich Street was designed by Gary Handel & Associates for Metrpolitan Housing Partners and Synchron Corporation. 497 Greenwich Street was designed by Winka Dubbledam for Jonathan Carroll.


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    Open House NY

    Zakrzewaski + Hyde Architects
    304 Spring St, East Storefront/ Renwick St
    neighborhood: SoHo
    Sat: 6 Oct 2007, 11am-1pm
    Sun: 7 Oct 2007, 11am-1pm
    opendialogue Sat & Sun 11 am & 1 pm, tour the firm’s office and public spaces with architects. Reservations required: pvdz@zh-architects.com.
    Maximum people: 15 per tour
    building date: 2006
    architect: Zakrzewski + Hyde Architects

    This multi-use building was designed with a unique window-wall system that wraps the façade in an irregular rhythm.

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