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For a narrow infill lot in Manhattan, we designed a six-story residential building with a V-shaped facade. This small hiccup in the street wall provides a momentary expansion of the sidewalk, while also allowing for deeper views up and down the street from the floor-through units inside. Tall floor-to-floor heights and expansive vertical windows help provide residents with a connection to the ground and the sky.

Client: Private client
Location: Lower Manhattan, NY
Status: Construction documentation completed
Dates: 2019 – 2021
Sq Footage: 7,500sf
Program: Six-unit condominium building in a dense urban neighborhood

Design Team: Eric Bunge, Mimi Hoang | Jason Kim | Matt Sikora, Paul Mok, Zach Weimer, Lucas MacMillan | Emilie O’Neil

Collaborators: Structural Engineer: Silman | MEP Engineer: OLA Consulting Engineers | Lighting Designer: Lumen Architecture, PLLC | Cost Estimator: ELLANA, INC. | Vertical Transportation: Lerch Bates | Civil Engineer: Sam Schwartz Engineering, D.P.C. | Geotech Engineer: Mueser Rutledge Consulting Engineers (MRCE) | Code Consulting: Vidaris