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.
- 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.
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