get an inside look at 84 william street

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Built in 1907, 84 William Street is a 19-story building located in Lower Manhattan and was designed for the Royal Insurance Company by Howells & Stokes. In 2013 the building underwent a massive renovation and was converted into AKA Wall Street, “a short-term, luxury, long-stay building with 147 rental apartments.”

The concept for this project was to provide a modern window while maintaining the historic exterior feel. Skyline was a good fit because it required a balance of modern high-performing products with the construction challenges of retrofitting an older building.

Skyline Windows replaced all of the existing windows with our 500-C Inswing Casement and 100i Double Hungs with customer colors.

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UPDATE: THE NOMA

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We visited the first completed model apartment at The Noma and needless to say it did not disappoint!  The sun poured through custom Skyline windows providing natural light throughout the brand new, beautifully staged condo.  Skyline Windows manufactured and installed our 500-4 Window Wall System and 1700 Terrace Doors throughout the 24-story new development.

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CHECK OUT PROFILE NYC'S COVERAGE ON THE NOMA

Skyline produced custom window walls and terrace doors throughout the entire
24-story newly developed condominium located at 50 West 30th Street.

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Cary Tamarkin's 550 West 29th Street

Stay tuned for more information on Cary Tamarkin's latest project, 550 West 29th Street, a newly constructed luxury condo equipped with 19 apartments. 
Skyline manufactured and installed our Series DL97 Window Wall system throughout the building.

Click on the photo above for more info & additional renderings on ny.curbed.com

Sales are Officially Underway
at 91 Leonard Street

Sales have launched at the newly developed Tribeca condominium,
91 Leonard Street, where Skyline is manufacturing and installing our
Series 1200-4 Tilt & Turns & 1700-4 Doors. 

Click on the photo above to get an inside look at the impeccably designed 19-story building.