We’re waiting on Steven Harris-designed Tribeca conversion 7 Harrison Street, which is due to launch sales later this year.
The 12-unit development will offer 10 three- and four-bedroom half-floor condos, The Real Deal reported. There will also be a townhouse unit with its own garden and a duplex penthouse with private exterior space.
This will be Harris’s second new development in Manhattan, after 560 West 24th Street. The landmarked 1893 building, located near Staple Street, was formerly a dry goods and cold storage warehouse.
The project is being developed by Clarion Partners and Scott Sabbagh, Sean Zalka and Shane Neuringer of Matrix Real Estate Advisors. As for design, Harris is working with Rees Roberts + Partners and DXA Studio.
The 33,400-square-foot building traded for $20 million in 2011, The New York Observer reported. The mixed-use structure, which included 13-foot ceilings in the retail space, sold for approximately $600 per square feet.
Douglas Elliman is marketing the property. You can cruise the teaser site here; the building is slated for completion in 2014.
Image: DXA Studio