101 Tribeca (aka 101 Murray Street) now has permits on file, and NY YIMBY has taken note. The building's height is officially listed at 857 feet, though YIMBY notes that that probably only takes into account the height of the highest occupied floor, and not the building as a whole, which will most likely be somewhere around 950 feet. Other salient figures revealed in the DOB filings: the tower will contain 365,162 square feet of residential space divided between 139 apartments, for an average of 2,627 square feet per unit. There will be 62 stories, with 55 through 58 containing one unit apiece and the upper four floors reserved for mechanicals.
The project is being developed by Fisher Brothers (the Witkoff Group is also involved). Kohn Pedersen Fox is the design architect and Goldstein Hill & West is the architect of record (as they seem to be for basically every notable residential project in Manhattan). Demolition is underway on the building that currently occupies the site, so this soaring tower is still a ways off.
· Permits Filed: 101 Murray Street, Tribeca's Future Tallest Skyscraper [NY YIMBY]
· 101 Tribeca coverage [Curbed]