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From a Modern to Contemporary to Compatible Addition Downtown

From a Modern to Contemporary to Compatible Addition Downtown

The plans for a residential addition to top the little two-story Financial District building at 220 Battery Street have once again been redesigned. Originally envisioned to yield two urban townhomes with a decidedly modern feel, as rendered above, the proposed three-story addition was redesigned by Winder Gibson Architects back... Read More »

Urban Townhome Addition Redesigned

Urban Townhome Addition Redesigned

While the plans to add two urban townhomes atop the recently remodeled Financial District building at 220 Battery Street are pushing forward, as we reported last week, the project team is not moving forward with the modern addition as rendered below. Instead, a more traditional design by Winder Gibson... Read More »

Boutique Urban Townhome Project Pushing Forward

Boutique Urban Townhome Project Pushing Forward

With the ground floor space of the little two-story office building at 220 Battery Street, which was to become a 7-Eleven, having been renovated and re-opened as Homegrown Sustainable Sandwiches, the plans for a modern three-story addition, with two urban townhomes, to rise atop the existing Financial District structure... Read More »

So, You Think This Site Is Simply Too Small For A Tower?

So, You Think This Site Is Simply Too Small For A Tower?

As we noted yesterday and a few years ago as well, the 220 Battery Street site upon which a two-story office building current sits, and upon which a modern three-story residential addition is now proposed to be built, is zoned for development up to 300-feet in height. And while... Read More »

Plans For An Urban Townhome Addition Downtown

Plans For An Urban Townhome Addition Downtown

The owner of the little two-story office building at 220 Battery Street has engaged Winder Gibson Architects to design a modern three-story addition, with two urban townhomes, to rise over the existing Financial District structure. As designed and recently submitted to Planning for review, the two proposed units would... Read More »

Oh Thank Heaven For The Renovation Of 220 Battery

Oh Thank Heaven For The Renovation Of 220 Battery

The little building at 220 Battery Street is owned by the Japanese company Kokubu Kensetsu Kogyo. And in the words of a plugged-in tipster, the building has been more or less “used as a public toilet since FedEx moved out.” Currently under renovation, it’s not a new tech company... Read More »