NEW YORK | 561 Greenwich Street | 252 FT | 19 FLOORS

Another great scoop by Yimby.

More effective plumbing in NY (ie, getting rid of sh…it).

Hopefully, this hideous garbage across the street will come down.

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Environmental testing maybe?

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Yesterday

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This one is under construction

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4.19.21

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7/11/21

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9.24.21

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10.21.21

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This area was always good but it’s gotten very fancy. Great for under the radar types.

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I used to work in that building (345 Hudson) that’s now connected through what was once a wall of windows. Great views of the Hudson at the time. Hope I can find an opportunity to go back and see this renovation when it’s complete.

https://rew-online.com/hines-sets-net-zero-goal-across-all-buildings-by-2040-without-buying-offsets/

555 Greenwich is anticipated to be one of the first office developments in New York City that provides a circular energy infrastructure. Traditional systems continuously exhaust heat and rely heavily on fossil fuels to produce heat, which in turn emits harmful pollutants into the atmosphere. 555 Greenwich is integrating geothermal piles, thermally active radiant slabs, a dedicated outdoor air system, and a fully electrified heating system to reduce carbon emissions and improve occupant experience. Energy simulations suggest that 555 Greenwich will reduce operational carbon by 45%, electricity consumptions by 25% and save 800,000 gallons of water per year – exceeding the New York City 2030 carbon targets by 50%.

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8k vision:

Those warehouses in Greenwich must go!

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I wouldn’t say warehouse(s) as plural because it’s just one big UPS distribution center, and unless they move, it’s not going anywhere.

I really like this building and the assortments of different types of Architecture in Greenwich. I kind of wish that the top of the old building had been reclad in glass to match the scheme of the new addition.