77 Greenwich, the new residential tower designed by a “Who’s Who” of local design talent, including FXCollaborative, the architecture firm behind the new Statue of Liberty Museum, and Deborah Berke Partners, the lauded design firm that crafted the interiors at 432 Park Avenue, has officially topped out. We’ve just received a new set of photography illustrating the progress of the tower, which is bringing 90 condominium residences with show-stopping water views, prime retail space and a new public elementary school to the heart of Lower Manhattan.
Topping out at 500 feet, the 42-story building features a pleated glass curtain wall façade (which as you can see in the photos, is beginning to take shape) that provides sprawling water views from each of the homes—which begin on the 15th floor located nearly 150 feet above street level—and rises from a cast stone base that nods to its historic neighbors and location. 77 Greenwich also includes the preservation and restoration of the neighboring Robert & Anne Dickey House, a historic landmark built in 1810 that is one of the last remaining Federal-style buildings in New York City, which will be seamlessly incorporated into a new elementary school.
The building, which recently launched sales this spring, features 90 residences ranging from one to four bedrooms and a suite of amenities designed by Deborah Berke Partners. Headlined by a penthouse-level club known as Cloud Club 77, every resident is afforded a penthouse view via spaces including an art-filled lounge with a fireplace, a private dining room with catering kitchen, a children’s playroom, and a double-height fitness center programmed by celebrity personal trainer Jay Wright. The building also offers expansive outdoor space designed by Future Green Studio, which includes a 3,600-square-foot rooftop garden and a 2,350-square-foot lower floor terrace featuring pergolas and a dog run.