I'm looking for, and not finding, an image of some high rise
apartments or condos built in the 1960s in the China Town area - all
as I remember. They were exposed concrete, built in a cluster and
there was a large sculpture in concrete. Architect's Name or
approximate street address would do. Has any one any clues?
question. Building shapes (vintage unknown) are shown in map view, which is
help, but no luck so far.
The big semi circular apartment complex in Chinatown that was built in the
60's is the Chatham Square Towers but not concrete.
I think you're possibly thinking of the IM Pei Silver Towers with the large
Picasso sculpture in the center. Three 20 story residential buildings, all
cast-in-place concrete, built in the 60's. Only problem is they are not in
Chinatown, they are in the Village near NYU
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