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    445 Washington St and 456 Greenwich St

    Both sites will be combined into one hotel building 456 Greenwich St. Although half the property is outside the historic district, the LPC allowed demolition of the Greenwich St garage, and the developer will build the entire site to LPC guidelines.



    http://commercialobserver.com/2015/0...et-in-tribeca/

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    268 West St

    Demolition of the entire block (except two buildings) - West, Vestry, Washington, Desbrosses - almost complete. The Related Co project known as 268 West St will be 13 stories along the entire blockfront. Architect will be Robert Stern.

    There is a second project by Ponte Equities at 31Desbrosses St (aka 440 Washington St) which I think includes the former garage next door.

    The owner of 428 Washington didn't sell. Although not much to look at, it may have saved the nice two-story corner building at 426 Washington St, at least for now. It's also owned by Ponte Equities, but maybe no longer valuable for development.









    The recently vacated repair garage at the corner of Vestry and Greenwich Sts will be renovated into a sales office for 268 West St.





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    Great news!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZippyTheChimp View Post
    445 Washington St and 456 Greenwich St

    Both sites will be combined into one hotel building 456 Greenwich St. Although half the property is outside the historic district, the LPC allowed demolition of the Greenwich St garage, and the developer will build the entire site to LPC guidelines.



    http://commercialobserver.com/2015/0...et-in-tribeca/
    Beautiful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZippyTheChimp View Post
    290 West St

    Tribeca Citizen photo:



    http://tribecacitizen.com/2015/03/19...s-under-wraps/

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    502 - 506 Canal St


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    ^ Wow, except for the billboards . Is anyone really going to notice them there? And surely House of Cards doesn't need any more publicity?

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    Zippy I was going to ask the age of those buildings but then I found this online: http://www.nyc.gov/html/lpc/download...506canalst.pdf
    Cool stuff.

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    Each building, 502, 504, 506 and 508 has its own designation report. They were built at three different times.

    The oldest is 502, at the corner, built 1818. 506 and 508 were built in 1826. The 504 site was a yard for 502 until 1841. By that time, the building style had moved to Greek Revival, and the bricks had a more uniform appearance.

    This group is a nice museum ensemble.

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    It is and thanks as always. They look great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZippyTheChimp View Post
    502 - 506 Canal St

    I hope that no one plans to raze those beautiful buildings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZippyTheChimp View Post
    268 West St



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    It's safe to say that the sales office is mirroring the look of the future condo, i.e. brick and factory style windows, like Stern's High Line rental.

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    Quote Originally Posted by londonlawyer View Post
    I hope that no one plans to raze those beautiful buildings.
    They're landmarked, LL .

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    Thanks, Merry.

    I remember that Shvo or Extell razed several buildings from the early 1800s a few years ago and some other schmuck is Razing some on Bowery so you never know with all the greedy putzes in NYC.

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    05.10.15
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