7 Dey Street comes to an end in Manhattan’s financial district

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Construction is nearing completion at 7 Dey Street, a 34-story mixed-use tower in the Financial District. Formerly known as 185 Broadway, the 404 foot tall structure is designed by FXCollaborative and developed by SL Green Realty and will produce 260,000 square feet and 209 rental units ranging from studios to three bedroom layouts. Douglas Elliman Development Marketing is in charge of marketing and sales, and INC Architecture & Design is in charge of the interiors, which will include three floors of amenities. Pavarini McGovern is the general contractor for the project, located at the corner of Broadway and Dey Street. The development was made possible by unused SL Green air rights purchased from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA).

The project has progressed steadily since our last update in September 2020, as the reinforced concrete superstructure neared completion. Now, the glass and metal facade covers almost the entire exterior, with the exception of the lower floors.

7 Dey Street. Photo by Michael Young

7 Dey Street. Photo by Michael Young

7 Dey Street. Photo by Michael Young

The large sidewalk scaffolding remains in place but must be dismantled as soon as the work above is completed. The ground floor facade along Dey Street and Broadway has yet to see its exteriors installed. A great level of detail is implemented on the glass and metal panels on the pocketed L-shaped corner on the north side of the building. The south side has a simpler dark envelope with only a few vertical bands of windows at the east and west ends of the building. There is a subtle sheen on every panel that makes up this flat side of 7 Dey Street.

7 Dey Street. Photo by Michael Young

7 Dey Street. Photo by Michael Young

7 Dey Street. Photo by Michael Young

7 Dey Street. Photo by Michael Young

7 Dey Street. Photo by Michael Young

7 Dey Street. Photo by Michael Young

7 Dey Street. Photo by Michael Young

7 Dey Street. Photo by Michael Young

7 Dey Street. Photo by Michael Young

Each home is fitted with wide plank white oak floors, oversized windows, quartz kitchen counters and full height backsplashes, custom cabinetry with built-in lighting and appliances, porcelain bathroom tiles, custom vanities and mirrors with built-in lighting and Bosch washers and dryers.

Residential amenities include a 24-hour lobby, valet parking concierge, lounge, co-working lounge with wet bar, conference room, health club with state-of-the-art equipment, a yoga studio, bicycle storage, a club penthouse lounge with cocktail tables and bar with sink, an outdoor terrace with dining rooms and projection rooms, an outdoor bar with barbecue stations, a terrace and a lounge with fireplace. Below is an exterior rendering of the landscaped outdoor patio space, which features sunrises over the East River and views of the diverse architectural styles of the Financial District.

The outdoor terrace at 7 Dey Street.

The property sits adjacent to one of the entrances to the Fulton Transit Center and will include 17,000 square feet of flagship retail space spread across the basement, main and second floors, as well as 26 000 square feet of commercial space on floors three through five. . There will be retail on the ground floor without columns facing Broadway and 22 foot high ceilings. Across Dey Street there will be two separate entrance halls for residents and commercial space.

Render of 7 Dey Street - Courtesy of SL Green

Render of 7 Dey Street, courtesy of SL Green

7 Dey Street should probably be finished next year.

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