Project DescriptionLocated in Greenwich Village on a site that was formerly a parking lot, this new high-end residential structure integrates itself into the historic fabric of the neighborhood while standing out for its undulated façade and mix of volumes. The 30-unit condominium adapts to zoning regulations and the scale of surrounding buildings with massing that transitions from 11 stories to seven stories.
Jury: “The execution of the window wall is a strong resolution of the detail nicely resolved.”
Client: “The One Jackson Square site was quite complex for a relatively small project: facing a public park, irregularly shaped plot, shallow depth, split zoning, and a location in the Greenwich Village historic district. KPF did a masterful job of assessing these diverse constraints and synthesizing them into a compelling, cohesive design solution.” —David S. Penick, vice president, development, Hines Interests