A closer look at the TerraClad Sunshade, manufactured by Boston Valley Terra Cotta. 688 Broadway in New York City was designed by BKSK Architects and developed by Madison Reality Capital.

Scaffolding Removed From 688 Broadway, 1 Great Jones Alley Revealing Extruded Terra Cotta Fins

TITLE: Gleaming Terracotta Facade Revealed At 1 Great Jones Alley Aka 688 Broadway, In Noho
SOURCE: New York YIMBY
AUTHOR: Michael Young
DATE: 8.9.19

Read the full article and see the photos on New York YIMBY

In an article published by New York YIMBY, scaffolding was removed to reveal the stunning TerraClad® Sunshade on the western elevation of 688 Broadway, 1 Great Jones Alley. Madison Reality Capital’s 688 Broadway is a 12-story, mixed-use structure designed by BKSK Architects, containing 16 residential units and retail spaces on ground level.

Boston Valley Terra Cotta manufactured the terra cotta fins that face outward on Broadway Street, in addition to a terra cotta feature wall located at the end of the private entranceway at 1 Great Jones Alley. The sunshade was created using the extrusion forming method and the wall tiles for the entranceway were fabricated using the RAM Press forming method.

Read previous blog posts about 688 Broadway, One Great Jones Alley here.

Madison Reality Capital's 688 Broadway in New York City. Designed by BKSK Architects, the building features a TerraClad® Sunshade manufactured by Boston Valley Terra Cotta.

The outer façade of 688 Broadway is an example of Boston Valley’s TerraClad® Sunshade.