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Trinity Place Receives TCO for 77 Greenwich Condos

Trinity Place Holdings Inc. said its 77 Greenwich St. condominium development in Lower Manhattan has achieved its first Temporary Certificate of Occupancy (TCO) for the first six residential floors, as well as the lobby, mechanical rooms and portions of the cellar.

“The project team worked tirelessly to overcome COVID-19-related obstacles and ensure the development is delivered on time and within budget,” said Matthew Messinger, president and CEO of Trinity Place Holdings. “We’re very proud of the building’s progress and look forward to opening its doors to residents later this year.”

In addition to achieving TCO, Trinity Place received the New York Landmarks Conservancy’s prestigious Lucy G. Moses Preservation Project Award for its restoration of the Robert & Anne Dickey House, a historic landmark built more than 200 years ago and one of New York City’s last remaining Federal-style buildings, located at the base of the 77 Greenwich development.


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