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Old April 21st, 2006, 04:32 AM   #1
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NEW YORK | Projects & Construction

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Ok so I decided to do this NYC thread.

Unfortunately for NYC, a city of skyscrapers, a lots of zonings, construction costs and NIMBY's makes it impossible to built too tall in the city. But somehow something tall gets built. And that is all good. Keep in mind that most of the construction boom in the city are conversions from existing buildings like Offices, Hotels and Rental buildings to Condominiums apartments and there is alot of under 12 floors. So I wont post anything below 12 floors here. It is too much work to keep track. I also can't find a few renderings for somewhat tall buildings under construction yet.

If anybody thinks I got the hight in feet or the floors of a building wrong or if I missed a building please let me know. If you have a rendering for a building that I don't have please let me know. I will also try to store renderings in my photo service so I can have easy access for posting them. Hope nobody minds.

I also have not listed the proposing buldings and their renderings yet. But I will do that another time. This has been alot of work and time consuming.

I am posting based on number of floors as oppose to height. Much easier for me. But there are some towers with lesser floors but are much heigher in feet. So keep that in mind.


Hopefully I did this one right and I hope you enjoy it.



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Under Construction (Manhattan)
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The Freedom Tower: 82 floors - 1,776 feet



Silver Towers 1: 60 floors
Silver Towers 2: 60 floors



123 Washington Street: 53 floors - 583 feet



Bank of America Tower: 54 floors - 1,200 feet



The Saya (22 East 23rd Street): 51 floors - 617 feet



Goldman Sachs Headquarters: 43 floors - 742 ft



785 Eight Avenue: 42 floors - 566 feet



Trump Soho Hotel: 41 floors - 454 feet



The Rushmore (80 Riverside Blvd): 41 floors - 425 feet



1095 Avenue Of The Americas (Redevelopment): 40 floors - 630 feet



11 Times Square: 40 floors - 601 feet



Chelsea Stratus (735 Sixth Avenue): 40 floors - 491 feet



Hampton Inn/Candlewood Suites/Holiday Inn Express (337-343 West 39th Street): 36 floors - 360 feet



Sheraton Four Points (326 West 40th Street): 33 floors - 297 feet
Marriot Fairfield (330 West 40th Street): 33 floors - 297 feet



47 East 34th Street: 32 floors - 450 feet



510 Madison Avenue: 30 floors - 386 feet



255 East 74th Street: 30 floors - 338 feet



808 Columbus Avenue: 30 floors - 326 feet



43 East 29th Street: 30 floors



Fifth On The Park: 30 floors - 310 feet



402 East 67th Street: 30 floors



229-251 West 60th Street & West 61st Street: 27/15/10 floors



Chelsea Hotel (128 West 29th Street): 25 floors



Holiday Inn Chelsea (125 West 26th Street): 24 floors



Holiday Garden (121 West 28th Street): 24 floors



188 Ludlow Street: 23 floors - 232 feet



453 West 37th Street: 23 floors



US Mission To The UN: 22 floors



281 Broadway: 22 floors



110 Eleventh Avenue: 21 floors - 250 feet



Maiden Hotel (20 Maiden Lane): 20 floors



Linden78 (On West 78th Street): 20 floors



Avalon Morningside Park (West 110th Street): 20 floors - 204 feet



The Brompton (200 East 86th Street): 20 floors - 210 feet



Sheraton Four Points (66 Charlton Street): 20 floors - 195 feet



200 Eleventh Avenue: 20 floors



1330 First Avenue: 20 floors



Cancer Center Memorial Sloan Kettering: 20 floors



Standard Hotel (848 Washington Street): 19 floors - 233 feet


Strand Hotel (33 West 37th Street): 19 floors



Wyndham Hotel (37 West 24th Street): 18 floors



The Lucida (151 East 85th Street): 18 floors



Hilton Herald Square (59 West 39th Street): 18 floors



4 West 21st Street: 17 floors - 185 feet



Superior Ink (469 West Street): 17 floors - 190 feet



Graceline Court (West 116th Street): 16 floors - 162 feet



127 Seventh Avenue: 15 floors



10 Chelse Place: 15 floors



485 Fifth Avenue: 15 floors



East River Science Park (Complex): 15/12 floors



Columbia Northwest Science building: 14 floors



John Jay College (524 West 59th Street): 13 floors - 236 feet



245 10th Avenue: 13 floors - 125 feet



Smyth (85 Broadway): 13 floors



Chelsea Modern: 12 floors - 120 feet



127 Seventh Avenue: 12 floors



122 Greenwich Avenue: 12 floors - 128 feet





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Under Construction (Brooklyn)
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306 Gold Street: 400 ft - 40 floors
313 Gold Street: 35 floors - 367 floors



The Edge I: 40 floors
The Edge II: 30 floors



One Northside Piers (164 Kent Avenue): 29 floors - 297 feet



Forté Condos (230 Ashland Place): 28 floors - 288 feet



The Sochi (Sea Breeze Avenue): 28 floors



Be@Schermerhorn: 25 floors



Sheraton/Aloft Hotel Duffield Street: 23 floors - 244 feet



Gold Street Residential Tower: 22 floors



Bridgeview Tower: 18 floors - 216 feet



110 Livingston Avenue: 16 floors



The Edge III: 15 floors



1 Prospect Park Condos: 15 floors



100 Luquer Street: 15 floors - 184 feet



525 Clinton Avenue: 13 floors - 148 feet



The Smith: 13 floors



Novo (343-53 & 4th Avenue): 12 floors



The Argyle (410 4th Avenue): 12 floors



The Crest: 12 floors



Park Slope Court (110 4th Avenue): 12 floors





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Under Construction (Queens)
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East Coast Tower II (5th Street, 47th Avenue): 30 floors - 316 feet



East Coast Tower III (Center Boulevard): 18 floors



The Crescent Club: 17 floors



Metroplex on the Atlantic (Beach 26th Street): 15 floors



Flushing Metro Center: 15 floors



Vantage @ Purves (44-27 Purves): 14 floors - 151 feet



10-50 Jackson: 13 floors



Queens Crossing: 12 floors - 149 feet



One Hunter Point (5–49 Borden Avenue): 12 floors - 123 feet



Hunters View: 12 floors



View59 (24-16 Queens Plaza South): 12 floors





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Under Construction (Bronx)
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Riverstone (Arlington Avenue): 13 floors - 133 feet



The Towers at Hutchinson Metro Center Tower I(Waters Place): 12 floors




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Under Construction (Roosevelt Island)
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Riverwalk Place (455 Main Street): 16 floors

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Old April 21st, 2006, 04:32 AM   #2
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Ok this is a list of alot of proposed buildings over 12 floors in Manhattan. I know there are probably more but I don't have those renderings yet. But if someone has one that I haven't posted please let me know.


Manhattan Approved & Proposed Buildings:


200 Greenwich Street (WTC2): 78 floors - 1,254 feet



175 Greenwich Street (WTC3): 71 floors - 1,155 feet



150 Greenwich Street (WTC4): 65 floors



West Street Residential Tower: 65 floors



610 Lexington Avenue: 61 floors



440 West 42nd Street: 60 floors



605 West 42nd Street: 60 floors



160 West 62nd Street: 57 floors - 621 feet



80 South Street: 56 floors - 835 feet



Intercontinental Hotel (On Nassau Street): 55 floors



110 West 57th Street: 50 floors



70 West 45th Street: 50 floors



West 57th Street Tower (Next to 9A): 48 floors



301 Forty Sixth Avenue: 46 floors



Two Sutton Place North: 41 floors - 421 feet



400 Park Avenue Tower: 40 floors - 476 feet



Port Authorhority Bus Terminal Office Tower: 40 floors



Radisson Financial (99 Washington Street): 40 floors



Sheraton Downtown (100 Greenwich Street): 39 floors



Gold Street Hotel: 38 floors



Global Diamond Exchange Tower: 35 floors



Holiday Inn Financial (50 Trinity Place): 35 floors



176 Madison Avenue: 34 floors



The Remy (On West 28th Street): 32 floors - 461 feet



Fairfield Inn (126 Water Street): 26 floors



210 West 91st Street: 25 floors



1800 Park Avenue: 24 floors



Sundari Lofts (On Madison Avenue): 22 floors - 225 feet



160 East 22nd Street: 21 floors



Horizen (On 23rd Street): 21 floors



Museum For African Art Tower (On 5th Avenue): 21 floors



4070 Broadway: 20 floors



241 Fifth Avenue: 20 floors - 218 feet



211 East 51st Street: 19 floors



87 Lafayette Tower: 19 floors



2075 Broadway: 19 floors



Marriot Fairfield (116 West 28th Street): 17 floors



The New School Tower (Corner of 14th & 5th Avenue): 16 floors



Delancey Tower: 15 floors



37 East 4th Street: 15 floors



The Avant (559 West 23rd Street): 13 floors





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Westside Tower (34th Street & 10th Avenue): ? floors



161 Maiden Lane: ? floors

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Old April 21st, 2006, 04:33 AM   #3
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Completed (2006 and 2007)


Manhattan:


125 West 31st Street: 58 floors - 615 feet



The Orion: 58 floors - 604 feet



10 Barclay Street: 56 floors - 584 feet



New York Times Tower: 52 floors - 1,046 feet



Seven World Trade Center: 49 floors - 741 feet



Atelier: 46 floors - 478 feet



The Link: 43 floors - 433 feet



Hearst Magazine Tower: 42 floors - 596 feet



325 5th Avenue: 42 floors - 471 feet



One Carnegie Hill: 42 floors - 382 feet



Ariel East: 38 floors - 396 feet



Chelsea Landmark: 36 floors - 368 feet



Millennium Tower Residences: 35 floors - 291 feet



Place 57: 34 floors - 394 feet



The Centria (18 West 48th Street): 34 floors - 386 feet



1 East 35th Street: 32 floors - 312 feet



Ten West End: 31 floors - 350 feet



Ariel West: 31 floors - 340 feet



Cornell Ambulatory Care (1305 York Avenue): 30 floors



Three Ten: 30 floors - 328 feet



Memorial Sloan-Kettering Research Laboratory (East 68th Street): 29 floors - 424 feet



200 Chambers Street: 29 floors - 300 feet



The Cielo: 27 floors - 307 feet



1600 Broadway on the Square: 290 ft - 26 floors



1500 Lexington Avene: 26 floors



33 West End Avenue: 25 floors - 293 feet



Sutton 57: 24 floors -292 feet



The Verdesian On The Park: 24 floors - 240 feet



Mosaic Downtown & Mosaic Uptown: 24 floors - 275 feet



One Ten 3rd: 22 floors



225 East 34th Street: 22 floors



Crossing 23rd: 21 floors - 210 feet



The Melar (On Broadway): 20 floors - 210 feet



Arcadia (East 79th Street): 20 floors - 210 feet



Chelsea Arts Tower: 20 floors - 247 feet



88 Leonard Street: 20 floors - 220 feet



11 Central Park North: 19 floors



Windsor Park (100 West 58th Street): 18 floors



Hudson Blue: 18 floors - 195 feet



50 Gramercy Park North: 17 floors



Blue at 105 Norfolk Street: 16 floors - 169 feet



The Bowery Hotel (4 East 3rd Street): 16 floors - 165 feet



330 East 57 Street: 16 floors - 150 feet



Cathedral Gardens (West 109th Street): 15 floors - 165 feet



Courtyard By Marriott: 15 floors - 152 feet



985 Park Avenue: 15 floors



985 Park Avenue: 15 floors



8 Union Square: 14 floors



40 Mercer Residences: 13 floors - 173 feet



Chelsea House: 13 floors - 163 feet



Urban Glass House: 12 floors



The Lenox (380 Lenox Avenue): 12 floors



92 Warren Street: 12 floors



West 18 Street: 12 floors



Stephen Gaynor School and Ballet Hispanico: 12 floors - 150 feet





Brooklyn:



J Condo: 31 floors - 337 feet



Schaefer Landing North: 24 floors - 234 feet
Schaefer Landing South: 14 floors - 135 feet



Beacon Tower: 23 floors - 297 feet



New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge Expansion: 23 floors - 240 feet



20 Bayard Street: 16 floors - 201 feet



185 and 191 South 4th Street: 13 floors



30 Bayard Street: 13 floors



Court House Tower I: 12 floors - 128 feet



Oceana At Brighton: 12 floors



133 Water Street: 120 ft - 12 floors





Queens:


Avalon Riverview North: 39 floors - 385 feet



East Coast Tower I: 31 floors - 299 feet



The Windsor at Forest Hills: 21 floors - 216 feet



Plaza Northern Blvd (Main Street Flushing): 18 floors



United Nations Federal Credit Union Building (43-35 24th Street): 16 floors - 241 feet



Citigroup Court Square Two: 15 floors - 221 feet



Echaelon Condominiums (13-11 Jackson Avenue): 13 floors - 123 feet





Bronx:


Solaria Riverdale: 19 floors - 208 feet




Roosevelt Island:


The Octagon (888 Main Street): 12 floors

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Old April 21st, 2006, 05:24 AM   #4
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New York - STILL the skyscraper king of the world!
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Old April 21st, 2006, 05:59 AM   #5
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Great job Krull!
Although I can report that the Arcadia and Cielo are completed. And so is 7WTC, though it's still empty.
Otherwise, it would be best to put the heights in meters, not feet, like the rest of the world.
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Old April 21st, 2006, 06:59 AM   #6
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holy hell those are alot of projects
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Wow, I thought NY was asleep in comparasion with Chi and Dubai, but it is not. Btw, why is 7 WTC empty still?
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Wow, I thought NY was asleep in comparasion with Chi and Dubai, but it is not. Btw, why is 7 WTC empty still?
To my knowledge, as of Feb of 2006, Silverstein has signed 3 tenants. So while its not empty, he still has a ways to go.

The tenants will come though.
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^NYC builds, but mostly residential towers, and has started to go outside of Manhattan.
The towers aren't as grand as what you see in Chicago, however we already have enough anyway.
As for 7WTC, there's tenants, but very few still. And that's knowing some experts believe Manhattan will run out of office space soon, and the paradox is that the Freedom Tower and other new WTC redevelopment don't cause companies to rush in. It's as if they want to come to New York, just not there.
That's my opinion, and I'm far from being an expert, so do not take my word, at least this post could provoke those who know better to correct me if I'm wrong.
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Isn't construction of Freedom Tower supposed to start in a few days? I've been watching the sight. Activity, especially by the base of Freedom Tower, increases every day.
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Isn't construction of Freedom Tower supposed to start in a few days? I've been watching the sight. Activity, especially by the base of Freedom Tower, increases every day.
I don't know. It's been supposed to start for years.
Personally I don't want the Freedom Tower built, actually I don't want any towers built at all, but Silverstein is the one making money out of this
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The new plan they have will have all five WTC skyscrapers completed by 2012.
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Finally Manhattan is sharing with its neighboors. I hate seing that lonesome building in Queens, is there anything tall planned next or around it?
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^yup, they're building two towers right next to it.
I personally don't like it, because I love seeing the Citibank all alone.
If you check the construction forum, you'll see a thread by Carlos NYC, with plenty of pictures, about the projects, the place is called Long Island City
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Oh, and why isn't Eighty South Street Tower on this list? It's one of the coolest!
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^The list is for U/C towers only, and 80 south street might not even be built.
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^The list is for U/C towers only, and 80 south street might not even be built.

I hope they built it. It's so starange that it might become a classic.
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This is a great list of projects, and thanks for the renderings!
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Old April 21st, 2006, 08:47 AM   #19
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So, New York is reinventing itself by putting up a modern face like Chicago, Hong Kong and the likes?
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NY doesn't have to reinvent itself.
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