RSHP’s first residential building in New York brings understated luxury to a high profile corner

If you were to guess the location of No. 33 Park Row by its name alone, you might say London. Marketing copy for the luxury address even favorably compares the 377-foot-tall residential tower in Manhattan’s Financial District with One Hyde Park in Knightsbridge, another high-end high-rise design by RSHP (formerly Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners). The project’s London-ness extends to its sleek but unshowy massing and prim glass-and-steel detailing.

The tower, which replaced a beloved electronics store, stands on a somewhat awkward diamond-shaped lot. Looking to place emphasis on the corner, the architects oriented the project toward City Hall Park, from where it would be seen in

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