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Trinity Wall Street unveils new building design

Trinity Wall Street unveils new building design

Trinity Church in Manhattan, NY, known as Trinity Wall Street, has finalized plans for a new 26-story, multi-purpose building opposite the church at 74 Trinity Place.

Crain’s New York Business describes the new building as “complement[ing] the Gothic Revival brownstone cathedral.”

A comprehensive presentation of the final design can be viewed here: 161021_charrette-06_v14

Featured image: rendering of the East Facade of 74 Trinity Place: Stephen B Jacobs Group, Executive Architect, and Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, Design Architect

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Paul Woodrum

What a marvelous solution to serve God and mammon! At least the tower will be commercial office space and not luxury condominiums as at the cathedral, St. Luke in the Fields, and The General Theological Seminary.

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