The New York Times
Interest in a New York Property Grows With One Key Addition: A Pritzker Prize - Monday, April 07, 2014
With each completed building, architect Shigeru Ban’s star continues to rise, and it’s clear that his notoriously competitive industry has taken note. Ban was recently awarded the Pritzker Prize for his inimitable work on everything from luxury condos to emergency housing. In New York City, Ban’s latest work at Franklin Street’s Cast Iron House is earning him plenty of praise as well. The 13 Tribeca lofts and penthouses nestled in and atop the 1882 structure are being touted as the most notable new construction in the city, with potential residents eagerly awaiting their chance to get a piece of this unique development.