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74 Duane Street Contemporary Residences by Andre Kikoski Architect

74 Duane Street Contemporary Residences by Andre Kikoski Architect

Project: 74 Duane Street
Architect: Andre Kikoski Architect
Location: TriBeCa, Manhattan, New York, NY
Area: 3,777 SqFt
Text and photos: Andre Kikoski Architect

74 Duane Street is a stunning collection of contemporary residences crafted from an 1871 loft warehouse, overlooking Duane Park in the heart of historic Tribeca. The dramatic reconfiguration of this 13,000 sf four-story building required a complete gut renovation to create a 2,300 sf retail/commercial gallery, two full-floor 2,600 sf loft apartments, and a 4,300 sf duplex penthouse with multiple terraces, adds a full-floor onto the building. Inside, the wide-open scale of the dramatic loft residences thoughtfully integrates luxe interior elements with outdoor spaces. A frame of corten panels distinguishes the new large panel storefront system from the historic cast-iron façade. Blending the new with the old creates a design that compliments the rich context of the historic district’s character while imbuing it with a clean modern sensibility.

74 Duane Street Contemporary Residences by Andre Kikoski Architect

74 Duane Street Contemporary Residences by Andre Kikoski Architect

kitchen, Andre Kikoski Architect

bedroom, Andre Kikoski Architect

74 Duane Street Contemporary Residences by Andre Kikoski Architect

bathroom, Andre Kikoski Architect

dining area, Andre Kikoski Architect

74 Duane Street Contemporary Residences by Andre Kikoski Architect

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