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    Tribeca Bridge Tower

    450 North End Avenue
    New York, NY 10282
    (212) 587-7856
    Website
    Residential

    450 North End Avenue, also called The Tribeca Bridge Tower, is a residential apartment complex near Manhattans Battery Park City.

    The 25-story, 150-unit tower was developed by The Battery Park City Authority in 1998, and later sold to Glenwood.

    The building has been modified at its base to house two new public schools, P.S 89 for kindergarten through fifth grade, and I.S. 89 for sixth-through-eighth grade. The residence and the schools have separate entrances.

    When the building opened in 1998, more than 2,500 people entered a lottery for the 30 apartments allocated for middle-income tenants in the building.

    The Battery Park City Authority built the project and was subsidizing the middle-income the middle-income apartments.

    Like other buildings in downtown Manhattan, the September 11, 2001 attack on the World Trade Center hurt business at the tower.

    In February of 2002 The New York Times reported that at Tribeca Bridge Tower, leasing agents said that after Sept. 11, new tenants were negotiating deals at 25 to 30 percent below former rents, quoting Stephen V. Maschi, the leasing director. Between 40 and 50 tenants left for good after September, Mr. Maschi said. To induce others to stay on, a rent abatement was offered, averaging 20 percent for 20 months. That program ended in May of 2003.

    • Year Built 1997
    • residential units 150
    • total units 150
    • square feet 105,177
    • block and lot 1-00016-0220
    • BIN 1085459

    11/01/2013
    Sources cited Glenwood as a case in point. The Manhattan-based rental developer â€' responsible for buildings such as the 320-unit Regent at 45 West 60th Street, the 151-unit Tribeca Bridge Tower at 450 North End Avenue, and the 281-unit Stratford at 1385 York Avenue â€' is now reportedly building its first-ever condo, a 19-story project called 60 East 86...
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