The Sterling Mason, that handsome two-facade project at Tribeca’s 71 Laight Street, has revealed more renderings.
Morris Adjmi Architects is designing the 7-story, 33-unit development. Originally a 1905 masonry loft warehouse, the building is getting a new adjoining structure on Greenwich Street that will be a “photographic negative” of the existing architecture. The newly built twin will have every detail of its historic counterpart’s facade, only rendered in an “aluminum panel skin with a plasma finish,” according to MA’s site, which added three new renderings.
The interiors will be done by Gachot Inc., and the building will offer two- to five-bedroom apartments. There will be three penthouses with expansive terraces, fireplaces and grand spaces for entertaining, according to the Douglas Elliman listing. Amenities include a concierge, doorman, porters, library lounge, interior courtyard, gym with yoga studio, children’s playroom, underground parking and an on-premise manager.
Taconic Investment Partners is the developer. Below are the renderings by AJSNY: