NEW YORK CITY—Trinity Place Holdings has unveiled plans for a 285,000-square-foot, mixed-use development project at 77 Greenwich St., in Lower Manhattan. The plans call for approximately 85 luxury residential condominiums and 7,000 square feet of retail space on Greenwich Street, as well as a previously announced 476-seat elementary school.

“We are happy to share that we anticipate construction of the project starting this year,” says Matthew Messinger, president & CEO of Trinity Place, owner and developer of the project. “As Downtown Manhattan continues to see more than $30 billion of public and private investments come to fruition, we expect 77 Greenwich to be the latest milestone in the neighborhood’s evolution as a highly desirable live-work community.”

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