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In Tribeca, a boxy concrete condo on Warren Street is close to topping out

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The 12-story building will be home to just 23 pricey apartments

Photos courtesy 30 Warren.

The boxy, concrete 12-story Tribeca condo taking shape at 30 Warren, on the corner of Church and Warren streets, has been quietly on the rise and is now close to topping out. The Cape Advisors-developed building still has a long way to go, but it looks like construction is on track and set to meet its 2019 completion goal.

Developers tapped French architecture firm Post-Office Architectes to design the contemporary building, which will boasts a facade constructed from “custom-crafted Ductal concrete,” a series of setbacks, and huge picture windows.

The building will host just 23 one- to three-bedroom apartments, some of which already launched sales in 2016 with prices going from $2.125 million. Each of the residences will have ten-foot ceilings, oak floors, and chef’s kitchens with custom cabinetry. The building’s amenity package will include a fitness center, children’s playroom, and bicycle storage.

There are currently eight condos on the market, ranging from a 1,015-square-foot one-bedroom for $1.995 million to a three-bedroom penthouse for $7.36 million. The listings are being handled by Corcoran Sunshine.