No. 33 Park Row completes construction in Manhattan Financial District

Exterior work is nearing completion on No. 33 Park Row, aka Pearl on the Park, a 23-story residential building in the Civic Center section of the Financial District. Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Sir Richard Rogers and Graham Stirk of Rogers Stirk Harbor + Partners and developed by Centurion Real Estate Partners and Urban Muse, the 331-foot-tall structure spans 95,000 square feet with 30 units , which range from one- to five-bedroom units and penthouses. The building stands on a corner lot on Park Row, the historic site of New York’s first skyscrapers such as the New York Tribune Building and the World Building. Compass Development Marketing Group is the exclusive marketing and sales agent for the property with sales already underway.

There have been a number of finishes since our last update in February, including installing the glass railings atop the top margins. The sidewalk scaffolding remains, but should be dismantled in the coming weeks.

No 33 Park Row. Photo by Michael Young

No 33 Park Row. Photo by Michael Young

No 33 Park Row. Photo by Michael Young

No 33 Park Row. Photo by Michael Young

No 33 Park Row. Photo by Michael Young

No. 33 Park Row stands out from its neighbors with its dark steel frame, copper fins, and floor-to-ceiling windows, all of which create a bold contrast to the surrounding architecture. There are numerous outdoor terraces and several setbacks on the upper floors of the superstructure, which ends in a relatively flat roof parapet and mechanical extension.

No 33 Park Row. Photo by Michael Young

No 33 Park Row. Photo by Michael Young

No 33 Park Row. Photo by Michael Young

No 33 Park Row. Photo by Michael Young

No 33 Park Row. Photo by Michael Young

No 33 Park Row. Photo by Michael Young

The following day and night renderings show No 33. Park Row’s full profile, as well as its interiors. The balconies will eventually be bordered by shrubs, while the crown should be lit at night. The main entrance is tucked away in the northeast corner opposite the Beekman Hotel, at the intersection of Beekman Street and Theater Alley.

Daytime rendering. Designed by Rogers Stirk Harbor + Partners

Night rendering. Designed by Rogers Stirk Harbor + Partners

The ground floor of No.33 Park Row along Beekman Street. Designed by Rogers Stirk Harbor + Partners

Room.

View of the town hall park.

A bathroom.

Residential facilities include a 24-hour doorman, a fitness center facing the town hall park and adjoining loggia with outdoor workout area, lounge, cinema / media room, recreation room and an outdoor roof terrace.

All remaining interior work at No.33 Park Row is expected to be fully completed by the end of 2021.

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