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Old May 30th, 2015, 06:22 AM   #5441
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1110 Park Ave Update - 19 floors - Topped out

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Old May 30th, 2015, 05:41 PM   #5442
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1162 2nd Ave.


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Old June 4th, 2015, 08:27 AM   #5444
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By 2030, NYC will have an even more stunning skyline.
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Old June 4th, 2015, 08:53 PM   #5445
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Downtown Brooklyn rising

And to think how many towers are just starting construction now.. in few years, DT Brooklyn will be even more amazing.

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Old June 5th, 2015, 07:42 AM   #5446
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Far West Side

Progress on the many Far West Side projects


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Old June 5th, 2015, 01:29 PM   #5447
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Old June 5th, 2015, 06:17 PM   #5448
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50 West Street Video




Video of 50 West Street

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Old July 1st, 2015, 10:32 PM   #5449
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New 45 E.22nd St. render:


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Old July 1st, 2015, 11:20 PM   #5450
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BIG takes small steps with their atrocious redesign of 2 WTC:


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New Looks at Hudson Yards's Vexed 'Chinese Lantern Tower'



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Although the fate of Kuafu Properties's Hudson Rise Hotel is still in limbo following partnership issues and several lawsuits surrounding the Hudson Yards property, the design for the 42-story tower is still being tweaked showing some promise to its future. YIMBY got its hands on a few new renderings for the Chinese lantern-inspired building, and notes that its base has been tweaked by project architects Archilier Architects to add more masonry than glass. The hotel, residential, and commercial development got a few slight adjustments in September, when its room count was tweaked to hold 242 hotel rooms, 108 condos with hotel amenities, and 47 condos at the top of the tower.






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Step Inside the First Complete Apartment at 432 Park Avenue



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Up until this point, views inside of the skyline-domineering 432 Park Avenue have been limited to renderings. But behold: ahead of the tower's fall move-ins, a few photographs of its first completed model unit have finally been released. The model is everything one would expect from a building with current availability between the $16.95 million and $82.5 million mark: the Deborah Berke-designed space, a 4,082 square foot half-floor residence on the 38th floor, has ritzy amenities like dual master bathrooms and flaunts luxe finishes like a marble breakfast bar in front of one the building's iconic 10-foot by 10-foot windows and statuary book-matched marble floors and walls in the master bathrooms. The apartment's furnishings are nothing to scoff at, either: a gold leaf Yves Klein coffee table, a hand-poured glass chandelier by John Pomp, and artwork by Ellsworth Kelly, amongst others, dots the three-bedroom apartment. Now behold, 432 Park Avenue's first complete apartment.




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Old July 2nd, 2015, 01:32 AM   #5453
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Brooklyn Bridge Park's Controversial Pier 6 Towers, Revealed



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Just one week after a public board meeting of the Brooklyn Bridge Park Development Corporation, during which attendees once again expressed opposition to the plans to construct apartment buildings within the southern swath of Brooklyn Bridge Park known as Pier 6, the park has announced its chosen developers for the project: RAL Development Services and Oliver's Realty Group. (It helps, too, that the lawsuit detractors filed has been settled.) At a press briefing Tuesday afternoon, the developers also debuted renderings for the two towers from the ubiquitous boxy-building experts at ODA Architecture. The taller of the two, "Parcel A," will contain market-rate condominiums; while the other, on "Parcel B," will contain a mix of affordable and market-rate rentals. The choice of developers is still pending approval by the park's Board of Directors.


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Those interiors look exactly like the renders. Well done.
I love the floors.
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Old July 2nd, 2015, 01:42 AM   #5455
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Fortis's 60-Story Seaport Tower Is Actually Happening



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It looks like Fortis's sky-high South Street Seaport tower is moving forward after years of planning. Broker Fredrik Eklund, whose Instagram account is a small goldmine of new renderings and things of the like, just took to the social media platform to promote his involvement in 151 Maiden Lane, to be known as One Seaport, all while revealing that the tower will stand a whopping 60 stories tall along the East River. October's round of renderings for the residential tower depicted a helix-shaped building compliments of architects Goldstein, Hill and West, who may still be involved in the project. At the time, the building was expected to top out at 51 stories and hold 74 apartments, but given the added floors, the building's apartment count is literally up in the air.
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Old July 2nd, 2015, 01:51 AM   #5456
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NYU Is Finally Cleared to Expand Greenwich Village Campus



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New York University and the residents of Greenwich Village have been waging war for hundreds of many, many years, but the battle may finally be coming to an end. Today, New York State's highest court of appeals ruled in favor of NYU, granting the university the right to proceed with the long-planned expansion. The Court of Appeals found that the land NYU wants to build on is not, as opponents argued, parkland, and therefore, the university can move forward with development without needing special approvals from the state. The anti-NYU crew argued that the since the land had been used as parkland for years, it was "implied parkland," but the court could find no evidence that the owners of the land, the city's Department of Transportation, were, according to DNAinfo, "'unmistakable in their purpose' to establish it as a permanent park.'" Instead, the land had been temporarily loaned (for several decades) to the Parks Department. The Court of Appeals was the last hope for NYU's opponents, so here come the new superblocks.

The university can now move forward with its first building at 181 Mercer Street. When the masterplan was approved by City Council in 2012—which, by the way, was the same year that NYU had at one point hoped to start construction—NYU agreed to build only one structure at a time, so as not to engulf the entire neighborhood in construction.

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East 86th Street's New Condo Tower Will Look Like This



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Renderings have been revealed, via NY YIMBY, for the large new mixed-use tower coming to 147-151 East 86th Street. The HOK-designed tower, which is now going by 1289 Lexington Avenue, will rise to 21 stories with four floors of retail (two of which will be a New York Sports Club) and 65 apartments averaging a hefty 2,300 square feet apiece. Kuafu Properties, Stillman Development, and Ceruzzi Properties are developing. The project will cost $340 million in total and is expected to be completed by mid-2018.







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100 Franklin St. Cleared For Takeoff In Tribeca



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DDG's had plans to bring high-end condos to the site of a parking lot across from the Tribeca Grand Hotel for a good long while now, and with the news that the developer's finally won a zoning variance that will help the two slim buildings rise comes new details for the project. According to Crain's, the developer plans to erect two buildings, one standing six stories and the other eight, on the lot that's shaped like two contiguous triangles. The buildings which will cover 30,000 square feet combined will have 10 apartments total that will ask about $3,000 per square foot, which Crain's notes is par for the course in the perennially pricey neighborhood. DDG is using their in-house design team for the project. Renderings on the firm's website reflect the same brick design that won the Landmark Preservation Commission's approval in January 2014.
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Old July 2nd, 2015, 05:32 AM   #5460
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520 West 28th Street, Chelsea

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