This redevelopment responds to the Sasaki Downtown Greenville Master Plan, changing the existing suburban block pattern to a pedestrian- oriented design. This sets the stage for a mix of office, café and residential uses and conceals a partially subterranean parking structure.
References to Greenville’s industrial heritage combine with modern design aesthetic and intentional passive solar design strategies to create a mixed-use building that combines loft residences and commercial space.
A corner unit with views over the East River and to midtown Manhattan. The large interior renovation removes walls for improved circulation and connection between private zones and open areas.
A renovation and addition transforms an existing 3-story structure into a five-level residence, integrating a penthouse and roof garden, full lower level and 10’ to the front. The design retains the site’s setback for private parking area and a front garden.