Erected in 2008, 22 Renwick Street is a new condominium building in Manhattan’s popular Tribeca neighborhood. The structure contains nineteen residences and has been designed by the well-known Philip Johnson/Alan Ritchie Architects. 22 Renwick is made up of twelve stories with street level commercial space and is centrally located. The building features a beautiful tiled terra cotta facade accented by terraces and balconies.
Apartment interiors feature generously oversized windows, which frame lovely Tribeca views and bathe the rooms in natural sunlight. The contemporary interiors are flawlessly integrated with the warm terra cotta facade, the distinctive design affording terrace or balcony space for many of the residences. Each of the nineteen luxury units has outdoor space in the form of either a garden, balcony, or terrace.
22 Renwick Street makes use of a terra cotta “rainscreen cladding system”. A rainscreen system is commonly used in Europe and other parts of the world and is just starting to receive attention in the United States. 22 Renwick's incorporation of this technology puts it ahead of the curve as a new kind of construction in New York City and makes it a unique presence on a street lined with traditional masonry.
22 Renwick is situated on a private, residential street. Although the street is quiet, the property is still centrally located in the trendy Tribeca neighborhood. It is close to Greenwich Village, NoHo, SoHo, and Little Italy. There are a wealth of options nearby for unique dining, shopping, nightlife and other activities. There are also many nearby public transportation connections.