The Mohawk Atelier
36 Hudson Street/161 Duane Street, TriBeCa, Manhattan
Conversion to residential lofts on the upper floors with a restaurant on the first floor and cellar of two store and loft buildings totaling 35,000sf in the TriBeCa West Historic District..
The complex consists of two historically significant buildings. 36 Hudson was designed by Babcock & Morgan, Architects, in a Romanesque Revival Style and constructed in 1891 with a brick and red sandstone facade with cast iron infill bays at the first floor. 161 Duane Street was constructed in 1844 as a dwelling with a brick facade with stone sills and heads. It was subsequently used as a whale bone cutting establishment.
The buildings were combined and a single elevator and egress core installed. The exteriors of the buildings were conserved.
Landmarks Preservation Commission approval.