The Robert and Anne Dickey House, a four-story townhouse designated in 2005 as an individual landmark, is now approved by the Landmarks Preservation Commission to join construction for a mixed-use tower. Overall plans consist of a 476-seat public school, 85 condo units and Greenwich Street retail space. Dan Kaplan of FXFOWLE Architects put forth modifications on the tower’s designs after it received push back upon first review in February. The chief concerns commission members voiced were the three cantilever portions of the tower, which were previously set to hang above the landmark in four and 12 feet increments. 67 Greenwich St. tower revised rendering/FXFOWLE Architects To comply with LPC parameters, the overhang portions were scaled back to two feet, six feet and 10 feet, ...
- Dan Kaplan of FXFOWLE Architects put forth modifications on the tower’s designs after it received push back upon first review in February.
- Also altered in the new plan is the height of the first floor on the Dickey House, which will now be lowered.
- The development, operated under Trinity Place Holdings, calls for 85 high-end condos, 7,000 square-feet of retail space and a 476-seat elementary school.
- Deborah Berke Partners, the design team in charge of the project, plans to “reuse” the interior of the Dickey House, while the exterior is to be restored.