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Old August 14th, 2013, 04:22 AM   #541
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Old August 14th, 2013, 06:40 AM   #542
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Isn't this your favorite one, Filipe?
Yesssss lol this and 2 Wtc
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Old August 14th, 2013, 04:55 PM   #543
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Well 2WTC was kind of implied. It's everyone's favorite.
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Old September 4th, 2013, 07:40 PM   #544
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$167M Hudson buy a good Yard stick
http://www.rew-online.com/2013/09/03...od-yard-stick/

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Others with a stake in the neighborhood see McCourt’s move as a vote of confidence in the project. “To me it’s further credibility in the fact that the district is no longer something into the future, it’s now; and it’s not something that may happen, it’s something that is happening,” said Arthur Mirante, who is leading the leasing team for the Moinain Group’s planned 1.8 million s/f of office space at 3 Hudson Boulevard, on the northeast corner of Eleventh Ave and 34th Street.

The Moinian project is awaiting an anchor tenant before breaking ground, but Mirante said he’s not worried about the additional competition.

“This investment in the area is just a manifestation of tenant interest,” he said, pointing out that there is still very little modern, Class-A office space available in Manhattan.
“I do think the need is building for it and is almost backing up at this point. You have a lot of financial institutions in the city right now who have five or six different locations in different buildings.”

3 Hudson’s first tenant announcement might not come right away, Mirante said, but he’s seeing a lot of interest. “We’re in serious discussion now with three of four different companies, and I didn’t think that would happen till the fall,” he said. “We haven’t even got up our billboards yet.”
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That looks hopeful.
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Old September 17th, 2013, 03:29 AM   #546
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From the above "the Moinain Group’s planned 1.8 million s/f of office space at 3 Hudson Boulevard, on the northeast corner of Eleventh Ave and 34th Street.

The Moinian project is awaiting an anchor tenant before breaking ground, but Mirante said he’s not worried about the additional competition."


The photo snippet below from the MTA shows the 6-23-2013 state of the ground to be broken for 3 Hudson Blvd. Namely that the MTA's contractors seem to have restored most of a street level surface to the #7 subway construction site between 34th & 35th. The view is looking south, 35th st is in the foreground with 34 sorta separating the two cranes with "crossed" black & white booms. All of the "gray rectangle" 33rd St subway vent bldg/One Hudson Yards overbuild is included for reference. 11th Ave is on the right.

regarding Oskar Brecht's statement "One end of the subway line actually comes through the building, so people will exit the 7 line through the basement of the building out into the park.", I assume the place holder for this is the rectangle of sheet piling with the orange vent pipe coming out of it, running towards 11th Ave.

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The original MTAPhotos photo is linked below; the bottom right of the original photo shows how much of the current street grade of 11th Ave in this location is built/supported on fill. The Amtrak Empire connection "tunnel box" forms the left wall of the dirt track below grade in the photo. I ASSUME the Amtrak tracks in that tunnel box were once on late 1800s grade when the tracks were for the West Side freight line.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/mtaphotos/9124959367/
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Old September 17th, 2013, 11:34 PM   #547
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Hudson Park & Boulevard
http://www.hydc.org/html/project/hudson-park.shtml


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Illustrative View of Block I


Illustrative View of the Subway Canopy


Illustrative View of Block II


Illustrative View of Block III

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Hudson Park & Boulevard, an approximately 4 acre system of broad tree-lined parks and open space, will run between 10th and 11th Avenues from West 33rd to West 39th Streets. The Park will extend from West 33rd to West 39th Streets. The Boulevard will extend from West 33rd to West 38th Streets on the east side of the Park and from West 35th to West 38th Streets on the west side, and will be approximately 30 feet wide. The Park & Boulevard will be built in two phases. The first phase presently under construction, is located between West 33rd and West 36th Streets. The second phase, located between West 36th Street and West 39th Street, is not currently.
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The No. 7 Subway Extension will have two entrances in the Park. The principal entrance will be located between West 33rd and West 34th Streets and a second entrance will be located in the Park between West 34th and 35th Streets. New commercial buildings constructed along the Park and Boulevard will also have entrances on the Boulevard.
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Old September 18th, 2013, 03:36 AM   #548
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The No. 7 Subway Extension will have two entrances in the Park. The principal entrance will be located between West 33rd and West 34th Streets and a second entrance will be located in the Park between West 34th and 35th Streets. New commercial buildings constructed along the Park and Boulevard will also have entrances on the Boulevard.

Yah, this MTA slide (looking north) shows what infrastructure underlies/enables the One Hudson Yard & 3 Hudson Blvd sites and Hudson Blvd/Park itself. I assume the tower is One Hudson Yards and the foreground subway entrance with canopy is the primary one in the under-construction park between 33rd & 34th. The entrance behind it with the yellow arrow is the secondary entrance to the basement of 3 Hudson Blvd. The yellow arrow is a callout for an inclined elevator.

When the station opens (hopefully June 2014) the only entrance that will be completed and operational will be the foreground one that leads to the only finished segment of Hudson Blvd/Park. AFAIK the station should be the first
modern subway station since the NEW South Ferry Station lived it's short life (2009 - SS Sandy in 2012).

As you can also see, 11th Ave here is a viaduct with Amtrak's Empire connection tunnel underlying the eastern side. Not shown is how the northern terminus of the High Line (south of 34th, west of 11th Ave) somehow feeds in from the left.

Slide is originally MTA:



The main entrance is built for many passengers, I assume the photo below is for the stairs/escalators between the Hudson Park entrance ( the daylight? @ photo top from the" Illustrative View of the Subway Canopy" slide posted by Vertical_Gotham) and the UPPER mezzanine. The MTAPhotos stream has "sparse" information for most of their photos.
Original photo simply states "SiteJ_Upper_Mezzanine_April 2013"
http://www.flickr.com/photos/mtaphotos/9086746928/

Photo is MTA, taken April this year.
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Old September 19th, 2013, 02:31 AM   #550
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Probably when they get one.
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Old September 20th, 2013, 03:24 AM   #552
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Sorry, I couldn't resist with that initial response.

This is only a 1.6M sf building, so bearing that in mind, an anchor tenant of 500,000 or so could get this built, maybe 400,000 depending on how much of this is residential, and that's really not that much. I'd be willing to bet there are a couple of dozen companies looking for 400,000 sf and up. But Related's Hudson Yards North Tower, which looks to have 1.2M sf of available space after Time Warner buys its 1.2M sf, will have to fill up first as space is cheaper there. 3 WTC is also offering space for less, but a lot of companies are willing to pay extra to be in Midtown, so that building doesn't necessarily have to fill up before tenants start looking here.

We're still a little bit of a ways I think before a tenant lands here, but again, it could only take a 400,000 sf commitment, which again, isn't a huge amount of space.
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Old September 20th, 2013, 03:31 AM   #553
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Adjacent Hudson Park segment ready in June

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So true. What companies are "interested" is what I intended to ask.

Definitely! It will take a while for them to announce when they have secured a tenant.
AFAIK, this site will be the only "tidy" one in the Hudson Yards area when the subway entrance opens in June. I'm assuming the overbuild area of the site will be tidy, because Related will not be building yet.
I don't know if the park segment between 34th & 35th (connected to 3 Hudson Blvd site) will also be open, but this area should be interesting to visit.

The Hudson Park segment between 33rd & 34th also includes a separate elevator from the surface to the upper mezz. I do not know how a person in a wheelchair then makes it down all the way to the subway platform level, unless the inclined elevator that connects the upper & lower mezzanines is also operational.
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Old October 17th, 2013, 05:59 AM   #554
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When will their first tenant be announced?
Getting a lead tenant will be essential but recent leasing means more pieces are falling into place for new office towers in the pipeline. Or could this be redesigned as a residential supertall?


FXFowle says tower will be available in 2016 (unlikely): http://newyorkyimby.com/wp-content/u...-boulevard.php

Rumors of a height increase: http://newyorkyimby.com/2012/05/rumo...rk-avenue.html - especially if they choose to go residential with this one.
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Old November 13th, 2013, 01:39 AM   #555
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11th and 34th St., Nov. 8:

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Northeast at 11th Ave. & 34 St. by sphoto33, on Flickr

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Southeast at 11th Ave. at 34 St. by sphoto33, on Flickr

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Looking east on 34th St. to Eleventh Ave. by sphoto33, on Flickr

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North on Eleventh Ave. at 34 St. by sphoto33, on Flickr
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Old November 25th, 2013, 08:22 PM   #556
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Excerpt from this article in reference to 3 HB.
http://www.costar.com/News/Article/H...154840&src=rss

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Values are obviously going up," said Mirante, who heads leasing efforts for the Moinain Group’s planned 3 Hudson Boulevard, a 1.8 million-square-foot tower at 555 W. 34th Street occupying a city block at 34th Street and 11th Avenue. "We’re making two presentations a week on 3 Hudson Boulevard.
Wow 2 presentations per week?? There is a lot of interest in this tower and also this suggests there are some rather large companies currently out there looking for large spaces that we are not aware with.
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Old November 25th, 2013, 08:32 PM   #557
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Yep, but all these companies have a lot to choose from.
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And Related's offering dream deals in the Hudson Yards
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New interior and exterior renderings









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http://ny.curbed.com/archives/2013/1..._interiors.php

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Moinian Group's giant office tower—one of the few major projects in Hudson Yards not developed by Related—is showing some more sides of itself. Because of apparent tenant interest ("several major companies" that currently remain nameless), reps sent out four new renderings of the FXFOWLE-designed, 1.8 million-square-foot tower at 3 Hudson Boulevard. The 1,000-foot-tall skyscraper—which, last we checked in, was going to be green (LEED Platinum-seeking, of course)—has a two-story "sky club" atop its roof. The possibility remains that 14 high-up floors will be devoted to ultra-luxe condos.

Located on Eleventh Avenue between West 34th and West 35th streets, right above the last stop of the 7 train extension, the building's new glimpses include a view from a 40th-floor office looking east towards to the Empire State Building, as well a look inside the second-floor lobby looking east above the tree tops of adjacent Hudson Boulevard Park.
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