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300 Lafayette

A Modern Vision of the City's Aesthetics

300 Lafayette Street was an underdeveloped space left over from the confluence of Lafayette and Houston Streets and the construction of the subways below. Historically home to a gas station and billboards, this prominent intersection is the result of past planning decisions that transformed Houston Street into one of Manhattan’s major cross-town traffic arteries. Today the 83,000 square feet building, re-anchors the neighborhood on the original SoHo design. Field Control Analytics collaborated with March Associated Construction to ensure the site, which is on a busy intersection, was safe and secure.

300 Lafayette




83,000 square-feet