At Reade Chambers, Hill West won approval from the Landmarks Preservation Commission for this modern take on a classic Tribeca building. The mid-block 18-unit condominium building spans through from Reade to Chambers street and looks to the surrounding neighborhood for scale and context while adding contemporary fresh touches. The residential entrance on Reade Street sits in a black metal base made of refurbished cast iron columns salvaged from the previous building on the site. The garage door mimics a historic wooden carriage door, and the creamy Jerusalem limestone used above the base gleams resembles the Tacohoe marble that was often found on 19th century Tribeca facades. Historic details mix with modern ones. Forged metal Juliette balconies on Reade Street look to the past while a modern cornice signals a contemporary style. Large scale windows are framed with thick stone slabs and a reveal to set off the frame from the rest of building. The way the window bays alternate from single punched openings to double windows separated by fluted stone pillars sets the building in the contemporary era. The building features a number of amenities that include a central courtyard, rooftop terrace and an indoor fitness center.