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Old April 6th, 2016, 06:19 PM   #1
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NEW YORK | Moxy Hotel | 125m | 410ft | 35 fl | U/C

Flower District Getting 35-Story Moxy Hotel With Affordable Rooms for Young Travelers
http://www.6sqft.com/flower-district...ung-travelers/



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The remainder of Chelsea‘s flower district continues to shrink, blossoming new hotels instead of floral shops. This latest stalk will rise mid-block at 105 West 28th Street and will be the largest lodge yet, growing 35 stories and budding 343 rooms, according to recently approved building permits.

The tower is anticipated to be among New York’s first batch of Moxy hotels, a new Marriott brand focused on affordable three-star accommodations for young travelers. ...

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is that a blank wall facing the avenue?
or did they turn the building in the second render?
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Old February 15th, 2017, 01:08 AM   #3
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1st floor is being assembled. This will be a decent infill!


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All this development in NYC going omn feels like they are adding a new skyline into the already existing skyline. Amazing.
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All this development in NYC going omn feels like they are adding a new skyline into the already existing skyline. Amazing.
There are several new skylines with Hudson Yards, LIC and Court Square, Downtown Brooklyn, 57th Street Supertalls, and the West Side clusters (55th to 60th Streets). This building in particular will be lost in the middle of the city as yet another infill although it is a little bit taller than the buildings in its immediate surroundings.
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