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Steel Begins Rising For Pelli Clarke Pelli-Designed 74 Trinity Place, Financial District

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74 Trinity Place will be a substantial addition to the Financial District’s tapestry of buildings, and now, work for the project is starting to progress above ground level. Once complete, the 26-story tower will bring 310,000 square feet of new office space to the neighborhood, which is somewhat of a surprise, since it was originally expected to house condominiums.

The bottom five floors will be dedicated to public use, with floors six through eight set to house the offices of Trinity Church. The 17 floors above will become rentable office space. Trinity Place Holdings is responsible for the development.

Once finished, 74 Trinity Place, along with its neighbor at 77 Greenwich Street, will add substantially to the Financial District’s ongoing resurgence. Most new development in the surrounding blocks has been of the budget hotel variety, at least until 50 West Street began to rise at the start of the decade. In any case, with projects like 125 Greenwich Street and 5 World Trade Center also in the works, the area’s population is becoming increasingly in-transient.

Stephen B. Jacobs Group is acting as the executive architect, with Pelli Clarke Pelli responsible for the design. The curtain wall façade will have setbacks on the sixth and eighth floors, opening up to outdoor terraces, and the existing pedestrian bridge will be integrated into the new building.

A completion date has not been formally announced, but signage indicates a 2020 estimate.
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Old Posted Mar 21, 2018, 3:29 PM
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This one still infuriates me. I've been following NYC development closely for 9 years now, and in that time this one still takes the cake of the most beautiful building torn down, combined with the most boring forgettable replacement.

The loss of the original building was bad enough, but it would have been an acceptable loss if what rose in its place was a supertall, starchitect designed stunner.

Instead we get some mid rise, 27 story blue glass hunk of mediocrity.
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Noticed no height on the tread link. Checked the DOB permits, and this is 424 ft.

This is 26 floors occupied, with floors 27 and 28 being mechanical/roof elements.
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Such a travesty.

Where were the loudmouth NIMBYs fighting development, when you needed them?
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This one still infuriates me. I've been following NYC development closely for 9 years now, and in that time this one still takes the cake of the most beautiful building torn down, combined with the most boring forgettable replacement.
The icing on the cake here is that it wasn't a greedy developer (with greedy developers, I at least understand the motives and, heck, we do have property rights in this country, much as I do think landmarking is a valuable civic institution and should be greatly expanded by the city).

In this case, it was a 'non-profit' (?) Episcopalian Church wreaking the architectural/history devastation. Not only that, but a church that is as history-rich an institution as this city has. And one with money out the ears to boot.

Most 'net-negative' development where we lose a valuable piece of architecture for crap is at least not senseless. The sense is pure profit motive. This one is just bizarre.
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Height should be added to the thread title which is 424 ft for this development.
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