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Plans for mixed-use tower at 22 Thames revealed

February 05, 2013 01:00PM

Renderings of 22 Thames (courtesy Selldorf Architects)

A mixed-use tower at 22 Thames Street in Lower Manhattan will include 428 residential units, five floors dedicated to retail and “residential recreational space,” and two floors of performing arts studios, according to plans from designer Selldorf Architects, spotted by Curbed.

The design for the 54-story building, set to rise at the corner of Thames and Greenwich streets, features a faceted terracota facade.

The plot was purchased by real estate investment company Fisher Brothers about six months ago from investors Michael Steinhardt and Allan Fried for $150 million, in a deal for 22 Thames and neighboring 86 Trinity Place, as The Real Deal reported at the time. [Curbed] –Guelda Voien

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