Toll Brothers files plans for 19-story Tribeca condo building

351 Broadway's proposed unit count climbs to 112 from 98

TRD New York /
Nov.November 19, 2015 08:30 AM

David Von Spreckelsen’s Toll Brothers City Living is following through on plans to develop a 19-story condo building at 351-355 Broadway, though a few details have changed.

Toll Brothers filed permit applications Wednesday for a 112-unit, 161,000-square-foot building on the site, which sits between Franklin and Leonard streets on Tribeca’s eastern edge.

The new structure will house five apartments on the second floor, all with private terraces. It will have eight apartments each on the third through seventh floors, seven each on the eight through 13th floors and six each on the 14th through 16th floors.

The 17th and 18th floors will contain two duplex apartments. Two units on the 19th floor, and a common rooftop terrace will cap the building off.

Amenities at the new development will include a pool, a gym, a kid’s playroom and a screening room. There will also be 7,800 square feet of retail between the ground floor and the cellar.

Goldstein, Hill and West is the architect of record.

Toll Brothers bought the property back in February from two separate sellers. At that time, a spokesperson told The Real Deal the planned building would have 98 units within 193,000 total square feet.

The developer is also in the midst of developing The Pierhouse in Brooklyn Bridge Park, 400 Park Avenue South in Nomad and 55 West 17th Street in the Flatiron District.


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