Reade Chambers

November 27, 2016

At Reade Chambers, Hill West won approval from the Landmarks Preservation Commission for this modern take on a classic Tribeca building.

The mid-block 18-unit condominium building spans through from Reade to Chambers street and looks to the surrounding neighborhood for scale and context while adding contemporary fresh touches. The residential entrance on Reade Street sits in a black metal base made of refurbished cast iron columns salvaged from the previous building on the site. The garage door mimics a historic wooden carriage door, and the creamy Jerusalem limestone used above the base gleams resembles the Tacohoe marble that was often found on 19th century Tribeca facades.

Historic details mix with modern ones. Forged metal Juliette balconies on Reade Street look to the past while a modern cornice signals a contemporary style. Large scale windows are framed with thick stone slabs and a reveal to set off the frame from the rest of building. The way the window bays alternate from single punched openings to double windows separated by fluted stone pillars sets the building in the contemporary era.

The building features a number of amenities that include a central courtyard, rooftop terrace, and an indoor fitness center.

56 Leonard

November 27, 2016

Hill West is proud to collaborate with some of the world’s most renowned designers. At 56 Leonard we worked closely with Herzog & De Meuron to enable the realization of their iconic vision.

This 60-story residential condominium tower is one of the most recognized New York City residential designs of all time. With 145 residences, volumes that cantilever from its core, and a famous sculpture wedged on the ground floor entry by Anish Kapoor, the level of detail required by the designers called for the finest technical knowledge mixed with a highly sensitive respect for the design. Each of the two-to-five bedroom residences has outdoor space and incredible views.

130 William

May 17, 2019

Standing at 66 stories and nearly 800 feet tall, 130 William, a high-rise residential tower to be located in downtown Manhattan, will make a significant contribution to the New York City skyline.

The building’s contextual design uses its surroundings as the inspiration for its design by pushing against the conventions of tall glass towers with curves and arches inspired by local precedent. It pays homage to the city’s past while having an eye on the future. The hand-cast concrete facade creates a striking form against the cityscape of Lower Manhattan.

The 244-unit building offers a high level of contemporary luxury. The list of amenities includes a fitness center with a spa, swimming pool, cold and hot plunge pools, a yoga studio and basketball court, a private IMAX movie theater, a golf simulator, a lounge, a game room, a children’s playroom, a pet spa, outdoor terraces, and a rooftop observatory with grilling stations and private cabanas. There will also be a new public park located at the base of the building.

130 William has generated a great deal of interest and, as a result, has become New York City’s fastest-selling new condominium.

Winner of Interior Design Magazine’s 2022 Best of the Year Award.

Winner of Concrete Industry Board of NYC’s 2022-2023 High-Rise Award.

Winner of American Council of Enginnering Companies of New York 2024 Engineering Excellence Platinum Award.

111 Murray

November 27, 2016

Hill West collaborated with KPF at 111 Murray to design one of the most distinctly shaped, new skyscrapers of the Financial District’s skyline.

This 64-story condominium tower expands as it rises toward its crown, wrapping its form in glass and culminating in a reveal that leaves the top of this building sculpturally distinct. The complex form, along with many distinct details, required the collaboration of a multitude of talented consultants, engineers and experts in their fields. The results are evident in such details as the canopy, the softly curved entrance, and the interplay of rich materials: anodized steel walls, custom hand blown glass, and travertine in the building’s lobby.

Hill West is proud to be a part of the technical and design expertise that makes possible a residential experience as fine as 111 Murray.

91 Leonard

December 14, 2016

We collaborate with our affiliated interiors firm, Whitehall to create holistic buildings that are as thoughtfully designed on the interior as they are on the exterior.

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