At the gateway to Tribeca, the Woolworth Building rises above City Hall Park. This graceful tower continues an elegant jewel in downtown Manhattan's skyline, unprecedented in size and sophistication when it was first finished in 1913. The top thirty floors were masterfully converted into The Woolworth Tower Residences by famous French architect Thierry W Despont: a restricted collection of thirty-two luxury Tribeca condominium houses on top of a famous landmark in New York.