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Old November 25th, 2014, 05:55 PM   #1
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NEW YORK | 75-83 Nassau Street | 152m | 498ft | Pro



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800-Foot Tower Planned for 75 Nassau Street

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With several enormous residential towers under construction or soon to rise across the Financial District, the neighborhood’s real estate boom continues to accelerate. And now, YIMBY has learned of yet another giant that may join the current wave of projects, which will rise on the lots spanning 75-83 Nassau Street.


ODA has been selected to design the tower, which will stand approximately 800 feet tall. While renderings have not yet been made public, sleuthing reveals a tiny glimpse of the skyscraper in images posted to ODA’s Facebook, where it can be seen standing behind the oculus of Fulton Center.






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This past June, Crain’s reported on the sale of three buildings spanning 75-81 Nassau Street, which form the bulk of the assemblage. Lexin Capital bought the trio for nearly $46 million. YIMBY has learned that 83 Nassau Street will also be included (according to city records Lexin appears to have paid another $17.4 million for No. 83 and development rights associated with No. 85)


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75 Nassau will likely be largely luxury rentals or condominiums. While Crain’s previously reported that the site could hold a new tower of 100,000 square feet, evidently the scope has increased substantially. If the developer maxes out their zoning allotment by including commercial space (offices are possible, but retail and a hotel seem more likely), the parcels from 75 to 83 Nassau Street can hold 200,000 square feet of net development, with another few tens of thousands of square feet possible from the inclusion of No. 85′s air rights.....More in link:
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Old November 25th, 2014, 06:22 PM   #2
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Great news !
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Old November 25th, 2014, 06:54 PM   #3
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Lower Manhattan is gonna to be amazing when all the current and near term planned projects really get going. The skyline in 2020 with a number of 800 ft plus projects planned as well as supertalls in at least 80 South Street, 125 Greenwich(the Shvo-case tower, lol) and the completed WTC3 and 2(yes I'm betting on WTC2 to be up by then)will be spectacular!
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Old November 25th, 2014, 10:27 PM   #4
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that small glimpse looks like it could be a good partner to Gehry's tower. Hopefully the final design will remain the same and that's not just a vision for what can be built.
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Old November 26th, 2014, 01:55 PM   #5
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Dubai is currently stealing the title of the most skyscrapers (200m) completed from Hong Kong. I really wonder, which city can keep up with Dubai first, New York or Shenzhen. It is a quite interesting race to see!
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Old November 26th, 2014, 05:19 PM   #6
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Quite interesting indeed! Never imagined witnessing a boom like we had in the 30's.

Get ready to rumble!!!!!

I'm more interested however in a inner city race between midtown and downtown. Hopefully an assemblage can be made over at Broad street to build something rather tall and iconic.
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Old November 29th, 2014, 07:13 AM   #7
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800 feet is the new 600 in New York!

I generally like ODA, they produce eye-catching work, so I'm excited to see some renderings.
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Massive height cut ...

Lexin Capital plans 40-story tower at 75 Nassau

Metin Negrin paid $63.4M for land and development right

March 10, 2015 11:08AM
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Lexin Capital is riding the Financial District’s residential boom with permits filed today for a 197-unit tower at 75 Nassau Street.

The ODA Architecture-designed building will rise 40 stories and will have retail space on the first two floors, according to permits filed with the city’s Department of Buildings. There will be offices on the third and fourth floors.

According to the building permit, the high-rise will top out at 498 feet, nearly half the 800 feet that previously was reported. The residential portion will measure 189,780 square feet with another 39,203 square feet of commercial space.

There will be eight apartments each on floors seven through 20, and three apartments on the 22nd floor. Floors 23 through 38 will have four or six apartments, according to plans filed with the city.

Metin Negrin’s development company paid $63.4 million total for the land and air rights. It acquired 75-81 Nassau Street, where the building will rise, for $46 million from the Century 21 department store company, which is owned by the Gindi family. Lexin paid another $17.4 million for 83 Nassau and development rights at 85 Nassau.

75 Nassau and Metin Negrin
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meh, hopefully the design is cool otherwise it's nothing special
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498!!
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It might be a nice building when done but the new developers really let the air out with this one.. such a bummer!
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What a let down.
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Unfortunately had to move this because of the height reduction.
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What a shame about the height reduction. Still, the architecture might be better and look less like toothpick. I wish the crappy Wendy's building at 85 Nassau Street was part of the redevelopment.

134-144 Fulton is a great redevelopment opportunity to "complete" this block.
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Old April 27th, 2015, 03:23 PM   #16
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The site spans 75-83 Nassau Street, and the building will total approximately 229,000 square feet. The first four floors will feature 39,203 square feet of commercial space, primarily retail, while the remainder will be divided between 197 residences. That translates into an average apartment size of just under 1,000 square feet.

The project is expected to have both condominiums and rentals, with 12-foot ceilings for the condos and 10-foot ceilings for the rentals. Totaling 40 floors and 498 feet, the building won’t make an impact on the Financial District skyline, but it will certainly enjoy local prominence from the immediate surrounding blocks.
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So what do you guys think? I'm impressed. It doesn't seem likely that they'll really be able to sustain what appears to be an entire pine forest on the roof... but some extra greenery in the Financial District is not a bad thing if they can pull it off.
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Old April 27th, 2015, 04:18 PM   #17
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Based on the fact that New York as it stands is already one of the windiest cities in the US, not to mention the fact that downtown has it the worst, and the huge buildings only exacerbate this reality, I don't think the pine forest will be an easy feat. But I LOVE the idea, and hope to see its success

But with this comes a very big, serious question, and this could be a game changer for skyscrapers.
Will the height of the building to the pinnacle change as the trees grow? This would be genius, developers should just plant redwoods on their roofs and they could easily add a good 300 foot spire naturally, within 800 years.

I propose changing the height of this to 508 feet, to reflect the height of the trees haha
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It's funny. I was there on Fri and took photos of the site.

This area has been forlorn for so long. It's nice to see it getting some life breathed into it.
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I'm very sceptical about the trees. How deep must the soil be to sustain such trees, and how much is planed for them? How do strong winds effect the growth of those trees? I don't think they will grow much above the parapet.
But I hope it will work because I very much like the idea and design. That vertical forest building in Milan seems to work as well.
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From last Fri. All four of the little buildings are empty and will come down. They're all potentially nice but are dilapidated and have really crappy tenants. This area has been forlorn for a very long time.


Beautiful old building looking north on Nassauh, as well as the new condo.



Here's the site, which shows another stunning old tower adjacent to the site.

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