One Beekman is rising at the intersection of Park Row and Beekman Street diagonally across from City Hall Park. The 25-story mixed-use tower has been oriented for this view, with the circulation core shifted south, allowing each living room in the 31 condo units to look out on the historic City Hall Park through oversized windows. The aluminum facade extrudes from the tower`s bulk and divides to frame individual windows, aping SoHo`s cast-iron buildings and giving residents access to their own park-facing loggias. Perforated copper screens will infill the spaces between the building`s framing and the facade, the warm color of the metal referencing the brick and terracotta of the Beekman Hotel across the street.Retail space will go up on the first two floors, with office spaces on the third and fourth, amenities for condo owners on the fifth, and residential units proper starting on the sixth floor. Moving the residential section upwards has the beneficial side effect of preserving views of the park for the tower`s residents.Inside, Rogers has used a clean and light material palette for the residential areas. White oak flooring, “Tundra Grey” marble, and white-grey concrete lends the whole space an airy feel, and condo owners can expect a gym, yoga studio, common outdoor terrace, and an entertainment space on the fifth floor.