Rafael Viñoly Offers A Glimpse of Proposed 70-Story Tower

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Wednesday, July 24, 2013
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Initial rendering of 22 Thames Street (left; Courtesy Tribeca Trib) and a Google street view before demolition (right; Courtesy Google).

Initial rendering of 22 Thames Street (left; Courtesy Tribeca Trib) and a Google street view before demolition (right; Courtesy Google).

Rafael Viñoly Architects has unveiled plans for a new 70-story residential tower located just a small block from the World Trade Center at 22 Thames Street. The developers are looking to replace the 10-story, former American Stock Exchange building with an 870-foot skyscraper. Fisher Brothers, who bought the site for $87.5 million in 2012, asked Rafael Viñoly to design the building and initial plans were presented to members of Community Board 1 last week, where Curbed and the Tribeca Tribune snapped photos of Viñoly’s rendering. The glass building would include space for 450 apartments and commercial use on the ground floor.

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