Ismael Leyva Architects’ Skinny Residential Tower Set To Rise in Tribeca

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Monday, June 10, 2013
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Rendering of the Tribeca Royale (left) and the construction site viewed from AN's offices. (Courtesy Ismael Levya Architects; Nick Miller / AN)

Rendering of the Tribeca Royale (left) and the construction site viewed from AN’s offices on Murray Street. (Courtesy Ismael Levya Architects; Nick Miller / AN)

Back in October 2010, ground was broken at 19 Park Place—which also has frontage on Murray Street directly across from AN‘s office. As Curbed reported nearly three years ago, the 25-foot-wide site was set to be the home of the Tribeca Royale, a futuristic, 21-story condominium tower designed by New York-based Ismael Leyva Architects and developed by ABN Reality. Signage on the construction site and a press release that landed in our mailbox today assure that the project is still going forward as planned, but a peek out of the office window confirms that progress on this Jetsonian tower has been moving at a stone-aged pace.

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Related Breaks Ground on Two SHoP-Designed Towers at Hunters Point South

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Monday, March 4, 2013
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Rendering of Hunters Point South. (Courtesy SHoP Architects)

Rendering of Hunters Point South. (Courtesy SHoP Architects)

While everyone is transfixed on SHoP’s dramatic unveiling of its new plan for the Domino Sugar Factory on the Brooklyn waterfront, another SHoP-designed project began construction to the north on the Queens waterfront. The first two towers of the Hunters Point South development, what will be New York City’s largest affordable housing project since the 1970s, broke ground, and the $332-million first phase could accept its first residents as soon as 2014. The first phase includes 925 permanently-affordable housing units, 17,000 square feet of retail space, an already-under-construction 1,100-seat school, and a new five-acre park.

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