Renderings from Fogarty Finger Architecture reveal a significant renovation and redesign of a through-block industrial foyer at 80 Pine Road in Manhattan’s Financial District. The Rudin Family, homeowners and unique builders of the property, commissioned the architects to finish a brighter, extra inviting entry into the Class A workplace tower.
Architectural renderings reveal white terrazzo flooring with white oak-paneled partitions, and up to date plaster-finished ceilings all through. Customized equipment embrace fashionable lighting fixtures, designer seating, bronze-mirrored fritted glass, and backlit partitions. Updates to the ground-floor exterior façades alongside Maiden and Pine Streets will embrace ornamental glass elements, up to date signage, new storefronts, and LED lighting.
“Shifting away from the unique travertine foyer, the brand new design attracts on a hotter model of the mid-century Worldwide Type, that includes supplies equivalent to completed wooden partitions and a lighter terrazzo flooring,” mentioned Robert Finger, founding accomplice of Fogarty Finger Structure. “The completed product can be an impressed replace with timeless enchantment, designed to draw and retain a various group of tenants.”
The renovation venture arrives on the heels of The Rudin Household’s newly launched advertising and leasing marketing campaign to establish potential tenants. With the assistance of JLL, the developer hopes to draw new big-box tenants to lease obtainable workplace suites inside the tower.
A good portion of the foyer on the Pearl Road aspect of the constructing can be open by the tip of the yr.
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