Sullivan Street
West Village, NY This Greenwich Village site was vacant due to the tragic collapse of occupied buildings long ago. The history, and the setting between narrow row houses and wider apartment buildings, led to a split-building/ fused-pair dichotomy expressed on the front façade by horizontally and vertically offset masonry flanking the stepped “crack”. The new seven story 20,000 square feet residential building compromises eight condominium apartments, two owner triplexes and two floors of community space and parking. Variegated brickwork and a shifting palette of window types, custom built in wood, further integrate this infill building into a complex context.