This city landmark, originally built in the late 1890’s in the Romanesque Revival style, was at the time the largest conversion to residential use
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666 Greenwich Street, New York, NY
Encompassing an entire city block, numerous uses are incorporated into the historic shell without compromising the existing architecture. The creation of a new court, addition of penthouses along a rooftop promenade and new, restrained architectural details all subtly defer and refer to the original. The conversion spans more than twelve years of effort, involving the successful cooperation of a number of both public agencies and private organizations to mutual and civic benefit. This project was cited with a Municipal Art Society Preservation Award.
Aerial Photography: Julian Olivas / Air-to-Ground
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