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Two-Tone Tribeca Condo Looks Just Like Its Renders Promised

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Work on Tribeca's The Sterling Mason, which not so subtly takes its name from the contrasting colors of its red brick and aluminum panel facades, is looking pretty close to being finished these days. Field Condition visited the site to find that the building's finally, after seven years, starting to look like all those renderings that have been floating around since Taconic Investment Partners first blasted the building renderings across the internet in 2013.

The Morris Adjmi-designed building is composed of two parts: a six-story coffee and tea warehouse dating back to 1905 and a new structure that imitates the warehouse's architecture but is clad in an aluminum panel siding that looks like the brick facade.

According to StreetEasy, 23 of the building's 32 apartments are in contract. Three are on the market for $9.65 million, $9.9 million, and $24.5 million, and the building's remaining six apartments aren't on the market right now.
· The Sterling Mason [Field Condition]
· Morris Adjmi's Two-Tone Tribeca Condos Are Coming Along [Curbed]
· All The Sterling Mason coverage [Curbed]