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361 Broadway 67 Franklin
| MANHATTAN, NY

Reinterpreted by Pritzker Prize winning architect Shigeru Ban, Cast Iron House contains 11 duplex loft residences and two spectacular, cantilevered penthouses supported by a highly engineered Vierendeel truss with expansive telescoping walls of glass that seamlessly merge indoor and outdoor living spaces. Located at 67 Franklin, the original landmarked cast iron building has 6 large bays seated over Broadway, and 19 bays overlooking historic Franklin Street. Ban’s vision, which exists in constant dialogue with the building’s classic design, makes remarkable use of the building’s volume; the 13 expansive duplex residences enjoy soaring double-height living spaces with ceilings of up to 25’, and abundant natural sunlight from the large, original windows. This ambitious design earned unanimous approval from the city’s Landmark’s Preservation Commission in May of 2012.