The 133 Greenwich Street project is located in the shadow of the One World Trade building, only 100 feet from the WTC Memorial Garden. It is one of the projects in the area that was rooted in helping make the WTC area an engine for downtown rebirth. It’s limited footprint and tight logistical requirements made this LEED project a kind of surgical build. The structure itself is a cantilevered building and has a window wall and rain screen facade chasing its way up the sides. The design angled and outfitted the building to accentuate views of the WTC site. On the 28th floor’s terrace one can hear water filtering into the reflection pools.
317 Guest Rooms
148,609 sq ft.
Architect: Peter PoonDeveloper: Hidrock Properties