William Macklowe and Goldman Sachs tops out 21 East 12th project; CNY Group is construction manager; Architects are S:CE and Selldorf

October 03, 2017 - Owners Developers & Managers

Pictured above (from left) are: Steve Colao, CNY Group; Billy Macklowe, William Macklowe Company; and Ken Colao, CNY.

21 East 12th - Manhattan, NY

Manhattan, NY 21 East 12th, a residential condominium being built by CNY Construction and developed by William Macklowe Company and Goldman Sachs, topped out recently at 22 stories.

Located in Greenwich Village, the project will offer 51 apartments consisting of one to four-bedroom units, a residents’ lounge, fitness room, and garden.

21 East 12th will also feature 19,487 s/f of retail space spanning East 12th and 13th Sts. The building is a cast-in-place concrete structure, with structural steel and concrete on metal deck for the mezzanine floor. The façade consists of precast concrete panels with casement windows and a window wall at the 20th and 21st floors.

“Working on a new development in an area of Manhattan that is so steeped in history, was both challenging and very rewarding,” said Ken Colao, president and co-founder of CNY Group. “We were pleased to partner with Billy Macklowe, Goldman Sachs and the design team to construct a building that will truly represent living in Greenwich Village at its finest.”

The project team consisted of SLCE Architects (executive architect) and Selldorf Architects (design architect). Completion of 21 East 12th is scheduled for fourth quarter 2018.


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