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“101 Murray Street is a striking and elegant complement to Lower Manhattan, offering spectacular views and excellent living space in this buzzing location.”

101 Murray Street is a pivotal location in New York at the heart of the thriving mixed-use district of Tribeca. The site is located at the intersection of Murray Street and West Street, the highway circling the island of Manhattan.

The proposed 850m tower draws on the panoramic view spanning west towards the Hudson River and Mid-town to the north. Its height steps up towards the World Trade Centre, accentuating the transition between the towers of Lower Manhattan and the low-rise streets of Soho, Greenwich Village and Chelsea. Freed from the structures of the grid, the tower is formed of an ellipse, minimizing its visual impact on neighbouring buildings and maximizing views from every apartment.

Looking up Manhattan towards Midtown, the simple incline north face of the tower offers panoramic views for the penthouse apartments. The lift core is located towards the southern high point of the tower, with views from the lift lobby over the financial district and Hudson River beyond.

Apartments are arranged radially around the core, from four units per floor at the bottom of the tower to single penthouses on the top floors. Wet areas and mechanical services are arranged around the core allowing optimal uninterrupted views from all living spaces.

Fronting West Street, the tower’s verticality is emphasized as it meets the street. The base of the tower is flanked by a three-storey amenity building, maintaining the scale and the continuation of the street-wall with the neighbouring podium buildings. The base includes a roof terrace, a swimming pool, restaurants and ancillary facilities. Landscaping at ground level could be reserved to residents or opened to the public.

The building proposed for 101 Murray Street is a striking and elegant complement to Lower Manhattan, offering spectacular views and excellent living space in this buzzing location.

“101 Murray Street is a striking and elegant complement to Lower Manhattan, offering spectacular views and excellent living space in this buzzing location.”

101 Murray Street is a pivotal location in New York at the heart of the thriving mixed-use district of Tribeca. The site is located at the intersection of Murray Street and West Street, the highway circling the island of Manhattan.

The proposed 850m tower draws on the panoramic view spanning west towards the Hudson River and Mid-town to the north. Its height steps up towards the World Trade Centre, accentuating the transition between the towers of Lower Manhattan and the low-rise streets of Soho, Greenwich Village and Chelsea. Freed from the structures of the grid, the tower is formed of an ellipse, minimizing its visual impact on neighbouring buildings and maximizing views from every apartment.

Looking up Manhattan towards Midtown, the simple incline north face of the tower offers panoramic views for the penthouse apartments. The lift core is located towards the southern high point of the tower, with views from the lift lobby over the financial district and Hudson River beyond.

Apartments are arranged radially around the core, from four units per floor at the bottom of the tower to single penthouses on the top floors. Wet areas and mechanical services are arranged around the core allowing optimal uninterrupted views from all living spaces.

Fronting West Street, the tower’s verticality is emphasized as it meets the street. The base of the tower is flanked by a three-storey amenity building, maintaining the scale and the continuation of the street-wall with the neighbouring podium buildings. The base includes a roof terrace, a swimming pool, restaurants and ancillary facilities. Landscaping at ground level could be reserved to residents or opened to the public.

The building proposed for 101 Murray Street is a striking and elegant complement to Lower Manhattan, offering spectacular views and excellent living space in this buzzing location.

“101 Murray Street is a striking and elegant complement to Lower Manhattan, offering spectacular views and excellent living space in this buzzing location.”

101 Murray Street is a pivotal location in New York at the heart of the thriving mixed-use district of Tribeca. The site is located at the intersection of Murray Street and West Street, the highway circling the island of Manhattan.

The proposed 850m tower draws on the panoramic view spanning west towards the Hudson River and Mid-town to the north. Its height steps up towards the World Trade Centre, accentuating the transition between the towers of Lower Manhattan and the low-rise streets of Soho, Greenwich Village and Chelsea. Freed from the structures of the grid, the tower is formed of an ellipse, minimizing its visual impact on neighbouring buildings and maximizing views from every apartment.

Looking up Manhattan towards Midtown, the simple incline north face of the tower offers panoramic views for the penthouse apartments. The lift core is located towards the southern high point of the tower, with views from the lift lobby over the financial district and Hudson River beyond.

Apartments are arranged radially around the core, from four units per floor at the bottom of the tower to single penthouses on the top floors. Wet areas and mechanical services are arranged around the core allowing optimal uninterrupted views from all living spaces.

Fronting West Street, the tower’s verticality is emphasized as it meets the street. The base of the tower is flanked by a three-storey amenity building, maintaining the scale and the continuation of the street-wall with the neighbouring podium buildings. The base includes a roof terrace, a swimming pool, restaurants and ancillary facilities. Landscaping at ground level could be reserved to residents or opened to the public.

The building proposed for 101 Murray Street is a striking and elegant complement to Lower Manhattan, offering spectacular views and excellent living space in this buzzing location.

“101 Murray Street is a striking and elegant complement to Lower Manhattan, offering spectacular views and excellent living space in this buzzing location.”

101 Murray Street is a pivotal location in New York at the heart of the thriving mixed-use district of Tribeca. The site is located at the intersection of Murray Street and West Street, the highway circling the island of Manhattan.

The proposed 850m tower draws on the panoramic view spanning west towards the Hudson River and Mid-town to the north. Its height steps up towards the World Trade Centre, accentuating the transition between the towers of Lower Manhattan and the low-rise streets of Soho, Greenwich Village and Chelsea. Freed from the structures of the grid, the tower is formed of an ellipse, minimizing its visual impact on neighbouring buildings and maximizing views from every apartment.

Looking up Manhattan towards Midtown, the simple incline north face of the tower offers panoramic views for the penthouse apartments. The lift core is located towards the southern high point of the tower, with views from the lift lobby over the financial district and Hudson River beyond.

Apartments are arranged radially around the core, from four units per floor at the bottom of the tower to single penthouses on the top floors. Wet areas and mechanical services are arranged around the core allowing optimal uninterrupted views from all living spaces.

Fronting West Street, the tower’s verticality is emphasized as it meets the street. The base of the tower is flanked by a three-storey amenity building, maintaining the scale and the continuation of the street-wall with the neighbouring podium buildings. The base includes a roof terrace, a swimming pool, restaurants and ancillary facilities. Landscaping at ground level could be reserved to residents or opened to the public.

The building proposed for 101 Murray Street is a striking and elegant complement to Lower Manhattan, offering spectacular views and excellent living space in this buzzing location.

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Show Team

Team

Kelly Darlington
Laurence Day
Philip Dennis
Mike Fairbrass
Ben Goble
Ivan Harbour
Ed Hiscock
Kyle Hyde

Kinga Koren
Anthony Lau
Tim Mason
Cris Mitry
Virginia Moreno
Andrew Morris
Laura Penman
Jonathan Pick

Tosan Popo
Tom Price
Richard Rogers
Angela Tobin
Luca Vernocchi

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Date
2013-2013

Client
Fisher Brothers and The Witkoff Group

Location
New York, USA

Height
850 Feet

Area
310,280 sq ft

Structural Engineer
DeSimone Consulting Engineers

Architect of Record
Adamson Associates