222 West 14th Street | NY

The Sequoia is an apartment house “with remarkable cornices at the 7th floor” where its tower is setback.
— Elliot Willensky and Norval White in the 1988 book, The A.I.A. Guide to New York City

Second  floor mezzanine space was traded for a ground floor entry and corridor on 13th Street so this 22 story, 132 apartment building, would have an official Greenwich Village address.  Deep piles were driven as bedrock is further below grade between lower and midtown Manhattan. The building features a parking garage below grade, ground floor retail, artist loft, studios, 1 and 2 bedroom condominiums, terraces, balconies, and rooftop popups.