Residential Conversions & New Buildings

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Atalanta Building

25 North Moore Street, TriBeCa, Manhattan

Conversion to 35 residential lofts and 3 stores of a 16 story, 115,000sf refrigeration building in the TriBeCa West Historic District. Designed by John B. Snook Sons, Architects in an Industrial Style and constructed in 1924 for the Merchants’ Refrigerating Company in reinforced concrete.

Atalanta was windowless on the fourth to fourteenth floors and was part of a complex of refrigeration buildings for the dairy business as part of the nearby Washington Market. With the relocation of the Market and freon becoming illegal, the building became redundant.

New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission and the City Planning Commission approval.