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Sustainably-Crafted 60 White Street Launches in Tribeca

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Event: Sales launch for condo conversion 60 White Street
Menu: Beautiful tiny bites from Blue Hill, in keeping with the local/sustainable theme of the building.
Dress code: Can't-believe-it's-so-cold chic, and a lot of suits.
In the house: Developer Veronica Mainetti of the Sorgente Group, Luis D. Ortiz of Million Dollar Listing, Chairman of Douglas Elliman Howard Lorber, and a lot of PR people.

The on-going conversion of 60 White Street has been kept quiet, but an event to fête the launch of sales gave a peek at what Veronica Mainetti of the Sorgente Group is creating in the 1869 Tribeca building. The development team wanted to "push the level of sustainability" in the eight-unit condo building, and as such, all of the materials are sustainably and locally sourced—there's reclaimed wood, Vermont marble, and New York slate—and homes include highly efficient appliances and passive house windows.

· After Quiet Conversion, 60 White Street Prepares for Sales [Curbed]
· 60 White Street [official]