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Related Launches Sales at Upgraded Tribeca Green Residential Tower

Related Companies has launched sales at the Robert A.M. Stern Architects-designed Tribeca Green. Located at 210 Warren St. in Battery Park City, Tribeca Green’s residences have been converted from rental apartments to 273 co-op units. The residential tower originally opened in 2005. 

“Related has a long history of delivering some of the most iconic buildings in New York City with truly remarkable partners,” said Andrew Orchulli, SVP at Related Companies. “We are proud to work with Robert A.M. Stern Architects once again to offer Tribeca Green residents a beautiful home in a serene waterfront location with access to the service, lifestyle, and amenities only Related is known for.” 

Tribeca Green features a mix of studio to four-bedroom residences. Related Sales LLC and Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group are the exclusive marketing and sales agents for the development.  


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