Impactful and inspired, 130 William is a new condominium development in Lower Manhattan, a place where old meets new, and tradition welcomes innovation. The textured tower, with its hand-cast concrete facade, punctuated by brass-encased windows, reflects that ethos—and the imagination of the architect Sir David Adjaye, who also designed the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. Interiors, also designed by Adjaye, are equally deliberate, with marble sourced from the Italian Alps and handcrafted brass fixtures that echo the exterior finishes of the oversized windows.
Developed By Lightstone
BrokerCorcoran Sunshine Marketing Group
When conceiving 130 William, his first residential project in the U.S. following the epic unveiling of the Museum of African American History and Culture, international wunderkind Sir David Adjaye wanted to create something different from the area’s typical soaring glass structures. He was inspired by the low-slung factory buildings that once inhabited the Hudson River-adjacent Financial District neighborhood, as well as by that desire to bring something new to the architectural landscape. The result is an impressive tower with hand-cast concrete arches (turned upside-down for the last 10 stories), glittering brass accents, and industrially influenced oversized windows. The plaza park, also designed by Adjaye, smoothes the transition from urban environs to exquisite tower residences.
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Bordered by Tribeca, City Hall, and One World Trade Center, New York’s Financial District has a vibe that’s part commercial, part residential, part industrial, part artsy. There’s a mix of luxury lofts, high-rises, galleries, studios, restaurants, and boutique shops. It’s quiet, but well-located, with easy access to all New York has to offer.
The 242 residences, which range from studios to four bedrooms, were also designed by David Adjaye, and the design choices reflect his thoughtfulness. In addition to light-flooded spaces (thanks to arched, oversized windows) and white oak floors, Adjaye sourced marble from the Italian Alps and had bronze fixtures made specifically for the condominium development. Like the exterior, the overall effect is a marriage of the storied history of the neighborhood and the cutting-edge technology of the present day.
The amenities go beyond the normal offerings. The basketball court, golf simulator, children’s play area (with trampoline, mini basketball court, and mini soccer field), IMAX theater, and pet spa ensure that every resident has access to the relaxation and entertainment they deserve. In addition to outdoor grilling stations, dining areas, and lounge spaces, the rooftop terrace includes private cabana terraces for exclusive enjoyment of the New York City views.
- 24hr Doorman
- Basketball Court
- Bike Storage
- Children's Playroom
- Conference Room
- Demonstration Kitchen
- Fitness Center
- IMAX Private Theatre
- Outdoor Space
- Pet Spa
- Screening Room
- Steam Room
- Swimming Pool
- Yoga Studio
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