Deborah Berke Partners designed the interiors for 77 Greenwich, with FXCollaborative as the architect for the project. The 42-story tower features a stepped glass curtainwall that gives it a distinctive profile on the Lower Manhattan skyline while providing expansive views of the New York harbor for all residential units.
Upon entering the lobby, visitors find warm natural materials such as dark granite floors, pleated bleached mahogany walls, and a ceiling of sinuous bleached mahogany baffles. Inside the apartments, entry galleries lined with ash veneer panels guide residents to open kitchens and living rooms featuring floor to ceiling windows and panoramic views.
At the penthouse level, a shared amenity space for entertaining, exercise, and play radiates from a curved central volume made of bleached mahogany. The double-height fitness center allows residents to train or meditate over the skyline, while a children’s playroom and a dog park support a well-rounded family life.
Key People
Stephen Brockman
Project Lead
John Thomas Midgette
Project Manager
Collaborators

Deborah Berke Partners

Interior Designer

FXCollaborative

Architect

Future Green Studio

Landscape Designer

One Lux Studio

Lighting Designer