/ July 3, 2019
Manhattan and Brooklyn’s Newest Condos Have Old New York Charm
As the New York City residential real estate market swings back in buyers’ favor, Mansion Global reports on the finest new homes that are combining modern luxury with iconic aesthetics to lure residents. At 100 Franklin, a pair of wedge-shaped buildings set against one another on a narrow lot will be home to 10 full-floor Tribeca luxury condos, including a pair of duplex penthouses. The building’s facade is constructed of handmade red brick by Denmark’s Petersen Tegl, and the materials have been laid in traditional masonry patterns as a way of merging the new buildings with their historic surroundings. Inside, residents will enjoy spacious floor-through layouts, in-home laundry, and private elevator access.
Elle Decor / April 29, 2019
The Most Beautiful Apartment on Earth is in NYC and The Future Perfect is Responsible
A unique building deserves special interior design, and Elle Decor recently featured the first home by David Alhadeff and his firm, the Future Perfect, at 100 Franklin. This collection of full-floor Tribeca condos is housed in a Flatiron-shaped brick building that architecture firm DDG designed with an eye toward placing a modern shape in a classic neighborhood. Inside the furnished home, which Alhadeff refers to as a “jewel box,” a beautiful mobile by artist Karl Zahn draws the eye to the inside of the wedge, which looks out over the intersection at Franklin and Church Streets, while Calico curtains and a neutral color palette complement the home’s oversized windows.
/ April 25, 2019
5 Exciting New NYC Developments You Need to Know About
StreetEasy put 100 Franklin on its list of the most exciting new developments in NYC, highlighting the Tribeca condos’ contextual design and efficient use of space. Designed by DDG, 100 Franklin is composed of two triangular buildings set against one another on a narrow plot that was formerly a parking lot, and its hand-laid red brick facade harkens back to the neighborhood’s storied past. Inside this collection of 10 full-floor homes, residents will enjoy spacious layouts and oversized windows with intimate views of the Tribeca streets and landmarks.
/ April 20, 2019
DDG Reveals New Images of 100 Franklin, Powering Towards Completion and Launch of Sales
When the scaffolding came down from one half of 100 Franklin’s brand-new facade, PROFILEnyc was there to capture exciting images of the contextual red brick. Using handcrafted materials from famed Danish brickwork firm Petersen Tegl, DDG designed a facade that is both historic and modern, complete with classically inspired detailing and oversized windows that flood the full-floor Tribeca condos with natural light. The project itself is made up of two triangular buildings set against one another in a narrow lot, which DDG celebrated as an exercise in fitting spacious homes in a small footprint. When complete, 100 Franklin will be home to 10 full-floor luxury Tribeca homes for sale by Douglas Elliman.
/ April 19, 2019
New Look at DDG’s 100 Franklin Street
Lux Expose gave readers a first look at the freshly laid brickwork facade at 100 Franklin, the forthcoming collection of Tribeca condos for sale. The project, which is composed of a pair of triangular buildings on a deceptively narrow lot, features red bricks from Danish brickworks company Petersen Tegl and masonry designs that preserve the historic neighborhood’s architectural heritage while bringing new construction to the area. Inside, 10 full-floor homes, including a pair of expansive duplexes with private rooftop terraces, are on sale by Douglas Elliman.
Field Condition / April 12, 2019
Construction Update: 100 Franklin
Field Condition posted a construction update for 100 Franklin, where scaffolding recently came down to reveal the building’s beautiful facade of red brick from Danish brickworks company Petersen Tegl. When designing this collection of Tribeca condos for sale, the architects at DDG chose the red brick palette as a way of blending the new construction in with the historic surroundings while still giving the project a modern edge with its angular shape, which is actually a pair of triangular buildings set against one another. When complete, 100 Franklin will be home to 10 full-floor residences, including a pair of duplex penthouses.
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Photo blog Field Condition posted an image on Instagram of the newly unveiled brickwork at 100 Franklin, highlighting the traditional masonry designs that architect DDG integrated into their design for the new buildings. Located on the site of a former parking lot, 100 Franklin is composed of two triangular buildings that maximize the lot’s narrow footprint to bring a collection of 10 full-floor luxury Tribeca homes to market. DDG, which was tasked with ensuring that their new buildings were appropriate for the historic neighborhood, used red bricks from Danish brickworks company Petersen Tegl to create the contextual facade.
/ April 10, 2019
Seen & Heard: 100 Franklin sheds its skin
Tribeca Citizen was on hand when the scaffolding came down off the first completed sections of the red brick facade at 100 Franklin, giving the paper a first look at the contextual, historic brickwork design by DDG. The architects used bricks by Danish brickworks company Petersen Tegl in classic patterns, including leaving gaps between some of the bricks, in order to give the angular buildings at 100 Franklin a sense of continuity with the historic surroundings. The project itself consists of a pair of triangular buildings set against one another on a narrow lot in a way that maximizes floor space and views for the 10 full-floor Tribeca condos within, including a pair of duplex penthouses with private rooftop decks.
Curbed / March 11, 2019
New NYC apartments for sale: Spring 2019
Curbed reports that the full-floor Tribeca luxury condos at 100 Franklin will hit the market this spring, bringing a new standard of boutique living to the historic neighborhood. Featuring a contextual red-brick facade of handmade Danish bricks, these two wedge-shaped buildings set close together on a narrow lot across from the Roxy Hotel have been under construction since 2014. When complete, 100 Franklin will be home to 10 full-floor homes, two of which will be duplex penthouses with private rooftop terraces. All residences feature in-home laundry and private elevator access, and residents will also have access to a bicycle room and additional storage space.
New NYC apartments for sale: Spring 2019
100 Franklin, which was featured on Curbed’s list of new apartments coming to market back in March, is reaching milestones this week, with the completion of the first section of red brick facade coinciding with the Tribeca condos finally coming up for sale. These DDG-designed homes are housed in a pair of triangular buildings that sit next to one another on a narrow lot, providing maximum space within the 10 full-floor condos as well as allowing ample sunlight to flood the homes through oversized windows. Two of the homes are duplex penthouses with spacious rooftop decks. Residential amenities will include a bicycle room and additional storage space.