Shigeru Ban’s Cast Iron House is the Pritzker Prize winner’s second New York City project following West Chelsea’s Metal Shutter Houses. The development, located on Tribeca’s Franklin Street, features 13 apartments, each of which has a double-height living area and custom-designed details created by Ban specifically for the project like cabinetry, door pulls, and sinks.
One of the most charming aspects of the development is its namesake cast iron, whose detailed columns are viewable from inside the apartments. The facade is made up of more than 4,000 pieces of the material, which took three years to restore.
The apartments have been on the market since 2014, and the developer recently opened a model apartment, giving potential buyers a sneak peek inside the beautifully renovated building. But you can get a peek inside by watching our video tour, above.