Location3-9 Hubert St, Tribeca, NYC
Historic design combined with modern innovation make The Hubert one of the most striking new towers in the Tribeca West Historic District. Elements like a cast stone base, vertical brick piers, minimal brick spandrels and thin-profile metal sash windows speak the industrial language of the neighborhood. Set-backs beginning on the fifth floor allow a two-story “crown” to emerge and create a subtle modern facade. Two distinctly contemporary townhouses knit the block together while allowing the tower to stand independently.
“The Ultimate In Connoisseur Penthouse In Tribeca,” The New York Times, February 2004
“The Town House Morphs,” The New York Times, August 2003
“Condo Complex To Rise In Tribeca By Late ’03,” The New York Times, June 2003
ADS Engineers – MEP; Alan Wanzenberg – interior design
Photos by Jonathan Wallen
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