The Post-Office Architectes-designed 30 Warren has officially topped off in Tribeca at a height of 12-stories. A major milestone for the thoughtfully designed building, 30 Warren is introducing a modern aesthetic to the sought-after neighborhood with its custom-crafted architectural concrete facade. The building signifies the first U.S. project by the French firm Post-Office Architectes, who come from the Jean Nouvel family tree, and is being developed by Cape Advisors.
The intimately scaled building will be one of the first in New York to feature a facade of custom-crafted Ductal concrete. The design features numerous setbacks and picture windows, and the thin yet rigid panels of the architectural concrete function together as a veil that encapsulates the building and provides a connection to the surrounding architecture, with a modern twist. The lobby has been outfitted with Ductal wall cladding similar to that of the facade to blend the buildings interior and exterior. The contemporary space will also feature intricately detailed stone slab flooring, hand-finished oak paneling, custom champagne and black anodized metal panels, and custom brass light fixtures.
30 Warren is comprised of 23 meticulously designed residences ranging from one- to three-bedrooms. Homes have been designed with open floorplans; soaring ceilings that start at 9’6”; and bespoke cabinet details hand finished and fabricated locally in the Hudson Valley. Select homes will feature private outdoor space, while oversized picture windows and multiple exposures in each residence ensure an abundance of natural light. Amenities include a fitness center, children’s playroom, bicycle storage, laundry room, and a full-time attended lobby.