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Development Du Jour: The Fairchild

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Location: 55 Vestry Street, at Washington Street
Size: Nine floors, 21 "townhomes, penthouses and lofts"
Prices: $1.965 million to $8.995 million
Architect: Karl Fischer
Developer: Atlantic Walk Vestry
Sales & Marketing: Marketing Directors

Located in the Tribeca North Historic District, the Landmarks Preservation Commission-approved Fairchild?known to Curbed readers as both 415 Washington Street and Fairchild & Foster Atelier (for the pharmaceutical company that once occupied this plot of land)?is the twin building to the Pearline Soap Factory at 414 Washington Street, which hit the market first and got a hot dose of J-Timbo. This time around, the 1,350 to 3,500-square-foot apartments (some with 22-foot ceilings) have been decked out by designer David Howell. There are three triplex townhouses with private street-level entrances, and some units have private outdoor space. No amenity overdrive in the Conscious Luxury Era, so the building is content with a doorman, concierge and storage space both refrigerated and room-temperature. Sales have kicked off, and a townhouse has been finished and furnished to woo buyers. Folks, this is Tribeca, where the blinders are made out of $100 bills, and so the show must go on.

The Fairchild

55 Vestry Street, New York, NY