A View From Tribeca
The historic flower market on 28th Street is the heart of an $18 billion flower industry. Getting their start in 1957 and moving to their current location in 1998, Associated Cut Flowers Co.’s logo design, along with the building’s architecture, brings modernism and old-world design together.
56 Leonard Street
Designed by Herzog & de Meuron this is probably the most expensive residential tower in Manhattan inside Tribeca. While some call it odd, it stands out in its uniqueness which has reshaped the iconic skyline of NYC and showcases the super slender design style in modern architecture .
One World Trade Center
Designed by David Childs, this 1,776 foot skyscraper/monument was deliberately left at that size in reference to the year the Declaration of Independence was signed. While known to some as Freedom Tower, its actual designation is One World Trade Center and provides a stunning view when seen from afar or up close.