The FULTON project was a request from a New York based real estate developer for DBRDS to complete a conceptual + feasibility design study on a property in downtown Manhattan within New York’s Wall Street district.
The project footprint was a 2,189sqft vacant lot sandwiched between Manhattan’s historical brick apartment buildings with a tiny frontage of only 25′. With the intense density of downtown Manhattan, this tiny site had an FAR of 10:1 (meaning the building could be a total of 21,890sqft of build-able area), with an additional 8,000sqft of air rights over the adjoining building which was purchased by the previous owner. The location of this project also gave the building wonderful proximity to 1 World Trade Center, walking distance to the New York Stock Exchange, City Hall Park, Brooklyn Bridge, Battery Park & the historic Trinity Church.
ClientConfidentialYearDesigned in 2013ServicesConceptual & Feasibility Design