Developers Quinlan Development Group and Tavros Development Partners already courted controversy with their decision to buy up $4 million worth of air rights from God's Love We Deliver, the non-profit next door. But that was just act one of the developers' plans for Soho, and we, at least, are bracing for act two. Because this is the renderingavailable on the shiny new teaser websiteof the 14-story building (though that first floor is double-height) Quinlan and Tavros are planning to use those air rights to build at 180 Sixth Avenue. The building, between Prince and Spring streets, will be called One Vandam.
BKSK Architects are the architects responsible for the limestone and glass facade. Behind that facade will be 25 condo units, one-bedrooms through five-bedrooms, between 1,000 and 5,000 square feet in size. The amenities will include a common landscaped terrace on the second floor.
There's no information yet on pricing, but sales will launch sometime this fall. Closings should begin in the first quarter of 2015.
· Teaser site: One Vandam [onevandam.com]
· 180 Sixth Avenue coverage [Curbed]