130 Barrow Street
Manhattan, NYC
1981 - 1983
Sherwood Equities
Architectural Design
Project Size
81,000 gsf
This project consisted in the conversion of a former truck garage into 84 luxury residential apartments and 8,000 sf of retail space. To admit legal light and air into the interior apartments, an atrium was cut out of the old garage, open to the sky, with most of the old structural elements left standing in place. The floor area that was taken out to create the atrium allowed for the addition of two floors. The 20 penthouse units have at least one fireplace, and some have two. Many ceilings in the six-story building are 15 feet high. The lobby has Art-Deco style vaulted arches. And the townhouses have private ground-level terraces. The glass-backed elevators face out into the atrium.
Certificate of Modernization Excellence. Buildings Magazine, 1983
Builders Choice: Grand Award. National Association of Homebuilders, 1983
At 130 Barrow Street: State-of-the-Art Luxury. New York Post. January 21st, 1983
Hertz Garage Transformed Into Luxury Condominiums. Professional Builder. March, 1983
130 Barrow Street- Transformation Thats Paying Off. American Banker. May 2nd, 1983
130 Barrow Street. Buildings. June, 1983
Living Space Carved Out of a Garage. Architecture, the A.I.A. Journal. October, 1983
LArchitecture Industrielle Sort de Lombre. La Presse, Montreal. February 11st, 1984
Recycler Un Garage en Logements. Decormag (Canada). July-August 1984
Published by Hanover Publishing Co.. American Architecture: The State of the Art in the 80s. 1985