TRIBECA TRIB


A New Building Proposed for White Street in Tribeca

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The Landmarks Preservation Commission, in 2015, approved a residential building for two triangular adjacent lots, from Franklin to White streets. Now a seven-story, 10-apartment structure is proposed for a third such site, on the north side of White Street, at 6th Avenue. On Tuesday, the LPC gave a glowing approval of the bronze-and-glass-faced structure. “A plus, this is a great project,” said Commissioner Frederick Bland. “One of the best I've seen on first hearing ever in eight years sitting around this table.”

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NEW YORK TIMES


The Passive House in New York

Another passive apartment house in New York is an eight-unit building at 210 Pacific Street in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, designed and developed by NAVA Companies. The building, which has half-floor and full-floor units of three and four bedrooms, has many green elements, such as solar thermal hot water systems and induction cooktops. 

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NEW YORK YIMBY


Landmarks Approves14 White Street, TriBeCa

 

On Tuesday, the Landmarks Preservation Commission approved an application to construct a seven-story building at 14 White Street. LPC Chair Meenakshi Srinivasan said the proposal is “quite a beautiful design.” She said it is one that really came from an analysis of the historic district, whereas some designs are made and then the applicants try to find ways to explain how it fits within its site’s historic context. Designed in collaboration with DXA Studios.                      

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CURBED NEW YORK


Boerum Hill's Passive House Condos

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The first of Boerum Hill's ecotastic condos have hit the market, and the renderings in the listings show that the design has changed a bit since October. The building's facade will be clad in brass tiles(thankfully it is not the very white look that was previously revealed), and the interiors look like the usual: open layouts with large kitchens, marble counters, marble bathrooms, and light hardwood floors. 

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NEW YORK POST


The Green Home Craze That's Saving New Yorkers Money

At the 210 Pacific Street condos developed by NAVA Companies in Boerum Hill, eight luxurious units with high ceilings, private terraces and passive house certification are going for between $2.47 million and $5.53 million.

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NEW YORK REAL ESTATE NEWS


Passive House Design Coming to Boerum Hill Development

A new residential building at 210 Pacific Street in Boerum Hill will use passive house design. The Nava Companies development is slated to house 10 apartments, each averaging more than 2,100 square feet, according to New York YIMBY. The unit will have direct elevator access as well as a private landscaped terrace. 

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NEW YORK YIMBY


Facade Installed At 6 Story, 10-Unit Residential Project At 210 Pacific St

A few month ago, the six-story, 10-unit Passive House residential building under construction at 210 Pacific Street, in Boerum Hill, was beginning to get its facade installed, and now the structure is fully clad in brass tiles. Brownstoner has the latest photos of the structure, which measures 28,718 square feet in total. 

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NEW YORK YIMBY


Facade Being Installed At 7 Story, 10-Unit Residential Project At 210 Pacific St

In October of 2014, YIMBY revealed renderings of NAVA Companies' planned seven-story, 10-unit Passive House residential building at 210 Pacific Street, in Boerum Hill, and early in 2015, the building topped out. Surprisingly, a brass tile facade is now being installed, Pardon Me For Asking reports, which is an exciting departure from the earlier renderings we released. 

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