12 Warren Street condo interior. All images via DDG Partners.
Within just a few years, DDG Partners has curated a robust portfolio of some of the most coveted and highly anticipated boutique residences in Manhattan — and their latest project in Tribeca, 12 Warren Street, is no exception.
This new addition to Lower Manhattan will showcase a facade of bluestone quarried in the Catskills. DDG featured this material prominently in the architecture of previous projects, but hasn’t yet used it in the way it will be used for 12 Warren. To wit, DDG envisions 12 Warren almost as an extension of the quarry itself, with concept renderings portraying just that. Sourced from Upstate New York, the bluestone lends a distinct robustness not just to the 12 Warren’s exterior, but to its apartment interiors as well. In addition to stone accents, the Tribeca luxury condos take design cues from loft residences, employing soaring beamed ceilings, oversized windows, and open floor plans. Other than that, not too much has been released, though known amenities include 24-hour doorman service, concierge service, and a fitness center.
DDG is more than just a development firm: DDG’s team of in-house architects and designers have curated a portfolio of some of Lower Manhattan's most coveted boutique residences, including 345 Meatpacking, 41 Bond, and XOCO 325. On the other hand, the integrated firm is also working on 180 East 88th Street. Unlike the aforementioned buildings, this high-rise project will be in the Upper East Side neighborhood of Yorkville, and will be the tallest building north of 72nd Street upon its completion. Its architecture demonstrates DDG’s versatility in delivering context-aware buildings: its stone facade is crowned by high, arched windows. Much like 12 Warren, not a whole lot is known about 180 East 88, but amenities look posh and include a fitness center with a basketball court and soccer field.