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    Much better I think.

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    Very impressive!

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    Seems some inspiration for this new one came from the old brawny brick building at the NW corner of Beach & Hudson (135 Hudson aka 43-47 Beach Street):

    http://goo.gl/maps/62Lls

    http://goo.gl/maps/nKUNK



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    Franklin Street Condo Ditches Glass For Brick



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    12-14 Warren is another DDG project, so it should be better than average. The massing in the diagram is reminiscent to 15 USW.
    They're keeping the bones of the existing building. Permit here: http://a810-bisweb.nyc.gov/bisweb/Jo...ssdocnumber=01




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    I'm glad to see the DDG Warren Street project is not a Demo ...

    Job Description:

    CONVERSION OF EXISTING BUILDING TO RESIDENTIAL USE AND VERTICAL ENLARGEMENT AS SHOWN ON PLANS FILED HEREWITH.

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    11 N Moore St


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    100 Franklin

    This large image shows some of the brick detail.

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    11 N Moore 02.04.14




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    11 N Moore St

    Topped out


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    Isn't there a subway station across this wide-ass street? Such silly zoning.

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    Another Broadway Conversion (Possibly Two)



    Broadway’s residential boom
    —between Canal and Worth, in particular—continues. I hear that 381-383 Broadway (above) is slated to be converted; that’s at the northwest corner of White, with slice joint Joey’s Pepperoni among the ground-floor tenants… for now. I couldn’t track down the owner to ask.



    What’s more, I also heard that the wonderful building next door to the north, 385-389 Broadway (below), is being converted—and the conversion is why K&M Camera is moving to 368 Broadway, next to Gourmet Garage’s upcoming store. (That’s 368 pictured at left.) You may recall that I figured as much from the sign for a short-term lease. Demo is already underway on the upstairs floors of 385-389.

    But when I contacted the building’s owner, he said they hadn’t decided yet whether to go residential or commercial, and if they do go residential, it’ll be rentals. He also said they’re trying hard to get a Soho-style tenant for the storefront (vs., in my words, another store selling sneakers and $10 dresses).



    http://tribecacitizen.com/2014/03/21...-possibly-two/

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    11 N Moore St


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    Tribeca is my Favorite part of the Manhattan.

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    It's amazing.

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    How A Decade of Building Transformed Tribeca's Vacant Lots

    by Zoe Rosenberg



    [1 York Street in 2006 and today. All before photographs by Robert A. Ripps.] Good thing at least one person thought to photograph all of Tribeca's empty and mid-transformation lots in the beginning of the century, lest future generations think the swanky neighborhood was always the stuff of broker and Sex and the City-fanatic fantasies. Tribeca Citizen compiled a slew of early 2000's shots from photographer Robert A. Ripps, noting that the "pace of change in Tribeca has been breathtaking, to say the least."


    101 Warren Street circa 2006, and today.


    408 Greenwich Street in 2006, and what's rising now.


    1 North Moore, 2007 and now.


    A mini condo building has risen on 137 Franklin Street, which was an empty lot in 2005.

    More "before" shots over at Tribeca Citizen.

    Tribeca's Decade of Major Transition [TC]

    http://ny.curbed.com/archives/2014/1...acant_lots.php

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