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Old September 21st, 2016, 12:14 AM   #6881
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Midtown - Tower Verre







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As massive as it already looks from the ground right now, we're only about here:




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Old September 21st, 2016, 12:26 AM   #6882
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59th Street/Columbis Circle Station - TurnStyle

TurnStyle - The new food and retail hall that opened up earlier this year at the underground 59th St/Columbus Circle Station. (30+ retailers)



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Old September 21st, 2016, 04:39 AM   #6883
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1 Beckman is a pleasant surprise. Looking forward to see more high res renders.
This one might deserves its own thread.
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Old September 21st, 2016, 08:41 AM   #6884
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Journal Square, Jersey City

New Jersey's new skyline forming in the Journal Square neighborhood of Jersey City



The Top Developments Transforming New Jersey's Journal Square









One Journal Square
First phase completion expected in 2018












[B]Journal Squared
First Phase - Complete











30 Journal Square
City-approved this summer








500 Summit Ave
Developer closed on property in June






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A sample of Journal Square's urban bones:








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Old September 21st, 2016, 10:16 AM   #6885
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Midtown - Central Park Tower

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Starting to rise again

220 Central Park South is U/C behind this in the photo below












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Old September 22nd, 2016, 08:30 PM   #6886
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Long Island City, Queens - 11-39 49th Avenue

12-Story, 194-Unit Residential Building Rises To Seventh Floor At 11-39 49th Avenue, Long Island City



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Old September 22nd, 2016, 08:35 PM   #6887
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Williamsburg, Brooklyn -- 325 Kent Ave

16-Story, 522-Unit Mixed-Use Building Tops Out At Domino Sugar’s 325 Kent Avenue, Williamsburg




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Old September 22nd, 2016, 08:42 PM   #6888
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Soho - 565 Broome Street

New Renderings Released Of 25-Story, 115-Unit Mixed-Use Building At 565 Broome Street, Hudson Square







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Old September 22nd, 2016, 09:21 PM   #6889
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Old September 22nd, 2016, 11:00 PM   #6890
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Old September 23rd, 2016, 06:34 PM   #6891
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Port Authority Bus Terminal "Competition"

Port Authority unveils finalist proposals for Bus Terminal redesign
http://ny.curbed.com/2016/9/22/13022...lists-unveiled

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After months of squabbling, the Port Authority finally reached an agreement with the concerned parties earlier this week, when it was announced that these five proposals will now be judged by the public. The design competition website allows people to leave their comments and provide feedback on each of the five projects, and the Port Authority will take all of this into consideration in the coming months as it organizes meetings with elected officials and the public.

But here’s a twist: they might not choose a single one of these designs. Per the agreement reached by the PA and the elected officials, this competition and its outcome "may inform the planning process, which will include a larger universe of planning options to be considered for replacing the existing obsolete and deteriorating 66-year-old terminal."

The comments will be made available to the competition’s jury and the Port Authority’s Board of Commissioners. Of the proposals submitted, estimated costs range from $3.7 billion to $15.3 billion—yep, you read that right, that’s almost three times the cost of redeveloping LaGuardia Airport (It’s almost twice a recent estimate of $8 billion for airport).
Hudson Terminal Center Collaborative—$15.3B
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The priciest of the lot at $15.3 billion, HTCC’s proposal sees the entire terminal move underground right below the existing terminal building. They envision that will this allow for "private equity development on the PABT site." The Hudson Terminal Center, as they propose to call it, "will reconnect the Midtown West fabric of ‘the greatest city in the world.’" This consortium comprises of big names like AECOM (which also recently envisioned a massive project in Red Hook) and SOM.







Perkins Eastman—$5.4B
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Perkins Eastman is calling its proposal "Convergence," and has for some reason decided to move the terminal to another, much-maligned New York City establishment: the Jacob Javits Center. Yep, they envision the terminal to be on the lower level of the convention center, and remove buses entirely from street level. The terminal would be integrated into the Hudson Yards subway station, and the project would lead to the creation of a new public waterfront park.





Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects—$3.7B
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Pelli Clarke wants to connect Hudson Yards to Times Square, place the bus terminal at the center of it all and call it Times Square West. This proposal looks to downsize the terminal and allow for more retail and residential development in the area. The new terminal, as per this design, would be located west of Ninth Avenue and feed directly into the Lincoln Tunnel.





Archilier Architecture Consortium—$7B
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Archilier’s proposal wants to use the bus terminal as a means to connect Hudson Yards and Hell’s Kitchen and redevelop the existing "no man’s land," as they call it. Highlights for the new four million square foot project include 36 inter-city gates at street-level and 164 commuter gates at four upper floors that would cater to 36,000 passenger on average each day.







Arcadis of New York, Inc.—$4.2B
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Dutch firm Arcadis proposal’s says it will preserve all the existing buildings, and will only utilize land already owned by the Port Authority. A major highlight of the proposal is creating an elevated pedestrian plaza over Dyer Avenue and creating a car-free entrance to the new bus terminal. This also incorporates plans for a new 7 train station at Dyer Avenue.





Video presentations and lots more pictures at Curbed and the competition website. http://www.pabtcompetition.com/
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Old September 23rd, 2016, 06:40 PM   #6892
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I liked Pelli's design the best (and happens to be the cheapest too)!
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Old September 23rd, 2016, 06:49 PM   #6893
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I'm partial to the first one by HTCC, even though it almost certainly won't happen. The Dutch firm's seems the most sensible to me, I just wish it was a little more architecturally interesting.

Btw, here are the videos in case anyone wanted to watch them here.

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See also the dedicated PABT thread in the NYC forums.









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Old September 23rd, 2016, 06:57 PM   #6894
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I do not like Pelli's design. His design looks like a mega parking nothing sustainable, invasive, no space for people to walk around the area, horrible design.

Definitely the best design is "Archilier Architecture's design".
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Old September 23rd, 2016, 07:47 PM   #6895
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The HTCC design definitely appeals more to me, but I believe Pelli's design is the more practical one.
Not only is it price sensitive but it also has the right philosophy by using Port Authority land and it also connects directly to the Lincoln Tunnel. It also allows for more commercial and residential development around the area; good news for us skyscraper fans.

Beyond that it will integrate HY better into midtown and if I'm correct, it will also create a stop for the 7 train.

That said I do agree that design isn't quite inviting and needs to be worked on, but if this concept is chosen, I'm sure there will be a few design changes between now and then. So let's wait and see...
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Old September 23rd, 2016, 08:06 PM   #6896
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[QUOTE=streetscapeer;135532844]New Renderings Released Of 25-Story, 115-Unit Mixed-Use Building At 565 Broome Street, Hudson Square




WOWWWW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Renzo Piano is just..GREAT!!
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Old September 23rd, 2016, 09:34 PM   #6897
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Couple new renderings

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Jackson Heights, Queens - 40-31 82nd Street



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Sun Equity Partners and the Heskel Group is planning a new 160,000-square-foot building on a Jackson Heights site that currently houses a former movie theater, sources told The Real Deal.

The firms recently acquired the property on the site at 40-31 82nd Street for $27 million.

The new building is expected to hold more than 100,000 feet of community space and, on the ground floor and lower level, 45,000 feet of retail space, sources said.

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Old September 24th, 2016, 04:27 AM   #6899
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Did they change the Crown? Looks not as terrible as I remember it.
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Old September 24th, 2016, 05:15 AM   #6900
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Yeah, unfortunately I think that probably reflects the 100 foot height reduction we've been trying to confirm. I agree though that it does look better than before (maybe better balanced?)

Interestingly, that Tower Verre render almost looks taller than the 1050' version... but that's probably a matter of perspective.
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