The should have made it match the curved building on the right. Not really a fan of any of the new buildings in those pictures, especially the fourth imageWas hoping they might have had a rethink with the Royal Avenue element. Sadly no. In the image, as bad as the new box is, the extension to the building on the right is tragic. Really poor stuff.
Reports today saying start next year with this phase complete by 2019. This phase seems to comprise the Garfield building and its extension out the rear, the office building on Royal Avenue and the bigger office building behind it.Hasn't been any movement on site at all. Perhaps after Christmas?
Hopefully they will, a design for a large anchor store is hardly going to be easily altered to residential/office, given the need for many more windows.^^
The fourth image is the anchor store so that may still change as planning hasn’t been submitted for that yet.
Ignoring the old anchor store, i think that image shows a lot of potential; the cluster of red brick buildings, incorporating old and new, looks well. The new paving looks tremendous too. If they redesign the anchor store to something better, the view down the street from the Cathedral could look impressive.The should have made it match the curved building on the right. Not really a fan of any of the new buildings in those pictures, especially the fourth image
Neighborhood in New York City, New York
Tribeca is a hip area known for its old industrial buildings, many now turned into residential loft space. Cobblestone streets are lined with trendy boutiques and restaurants. Historic commercial buildings include the red-brick New York Mercantile Exchange edifice, from 1884.