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Old February 26th, 2018, 11:30 AM   #481
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"Sechs Monate Fortschritt bei New Yorks neuen Riesen"

"6 months of Supertall Progress in NYC"


Quelle: Thomas Koloski, Yimby
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Old March 1st, 2018, 02:41 PM   #483
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Angenehmer Neubau mit Klinkerfassaden:

Prospect Heights, Brooklyn - Olmstead - 564 Saint John's Place




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Crown Heights, Brooklyn - 1334 Bedford Ave




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Old March 6th, 2018, 10:56 AM   #484
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Vision aus den 1920ern: Wolkenkratzer-Brücke für NYC

Zur Abwechslung mal was Ungebautes!

Faszinierend, diese New Yorker Visionen für Wolkenkratzer-Brücken aus den 1920ern:

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"Skyscraper Bridge" designed by Raymond Hood in the 1920s. Not to be confused with Victory Bridge


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The view of Raymond Hood's proposed skyscraper bridge, from 1925.
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Old March 8th, 2018, 12:48 PM   #485
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Erinnert mich immer an Tobias Nöfers "Max & Moritz" Projekt in Berlin:

Williamsburg, Brooklyn - The Dime - 209 Havemeyer Street






















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Old March 8th, 2018, 01:10 PM   #486
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Top-Seniorenresidenzen: Sunrise at East 56th, Billionaire's Row

So sehen gehobene Seniorenresidenzen in New York aus.
Übrigens ein Projekt von Hines, die u.a. in Berlin den Gehry-Turm am Alexanderplatz bauen wollen.

Architekten: SLCE Architects, die haben einige interessante Wohntürme entworfen - http://www.slcearch.com/portfolio/re...l-condominium/

"Sunrise at East 56th," Upscale Senior Living in Midtown Manhattan

https://www.cityrealty.com/nyc/marke...anhattan/16303



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"An experienced pair of developers have broken ground on Midtown Manhattan’s first senior living and memory care community. Named Sunrise at East 56th, the 151-unit residence will cater to the affluent sector of the city’s growing senior population, expected to comprise more than 20% of all city residents by 2040.

Texas-based developer Hines, who is also developing 53W53 nearby, and real-estate investment trust Welltower Inc. are spearheading the project. The 130,000-SF venture is located at 139 East 56th Street at the northeast corner of Lexington Avenue, near the crossroads of Midtown East and the Upper East Side. The team picked up the two-building assemblage (677-681 Lexington Avenue) from Meringoff Properties and the Riese Organization in 2016 for $115 million.

The prime location puts the project in the heart of so-called “Billionaires’ Row. However, this tower isn't reaching for the great heights and glossy enclosures of newly-constructed spires such as 252 East 57th Street, 432 Park Avenue and One57. Rather, a classically-attuned exterior by SLCE Architects with interiors by Champalimaud are said to be inspired by the understated apartment houses of Park Avenue. Thomas DeRosa, chief executive of Welltower, tells the Journal, “This is a place where these people can be reminded of things in their past, potentially by the design of the building and by the location of the building and have a significantly better quality of life.”


The building is expected to open in early 2020 and begin pre-leasing in 2019. Recently, the team launched a registration site and prices are said to vary by residence, apartment size, and types of services needed. A similar community, named Inspir Manhattan is under construction in Yorkville at Second Avenue and East 93rd Street. That building will stand 23-stories, accommodate 255 residents and offer a farm-to-table restaurant, a 16th-floor “sky park,” a swimming pool, fitness center, and a library.

These projects are likely a response to a growing trend where seniors are opting to spend their retirement years in urban environments rather than in leafy (boring) suburbia. Cited reasons include the desire to stay close to family members and to benefit from supreme public transportation and top health care providers that cities often offer. According to projections from the New York City Department for the Aging, the city’s population of residents ages 60 and older is expected to grow by 22% to 1.86 million by 2040. Mercedes Kerr, executive vice president at Welltower, says “Seniors want to stay in their cities as they age and Sunrise at East 56th will present New Yorkers with a world-class option in the heart of the city.”

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Old March 8th, 2018, 02:31 PM   #487
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Landmarks Preservation Commission NYC - Denkmalschutz

Mal zwei erfreuliche Meldungen aus dem Denkmalschutz in NYC:


NYPL’s Rose Main Reading Room is officially a New York City landmark
https://ny.curbed.com/2017/8/8/16112...-room-landmark




Sunset Park’s last freestanding mansion dodges demolition, gets landmark status



Sunset Park’s only freestanding mansion was set to be demolished and replaced by a seven-story apartment building; on Tuesday, the city’s Landmarks Preservation Commission, following the efforts of hundreds of Sunset Park residents, designated the Dr. Maurice T. Lewis House, a New York City Landmark, and preserved a neighborhood icon for years to come.

To save the mansion, the Commission had to act fast. An LLC had purchased the building, located at 404 55th Street, in November last year for $2.8 million, the Brooklyn Daily Eagle reported. A developer was looking to demolish the structure and replace it with 24 apartments spread out over seven stories; the city’s Department of Buildings then approved this application.

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Schick, Upper East:

The Kent NYC

Webseite: https://thekentnyc.com

While designing Extell’s relatively understated Upper East Side condo, The Kent, the architects at Beyer Blinder Belle looked to the past. Richard Metsky, a partner at the firm, cited the neighborhood’s Art Deco architecture as inspiration for the project on a recent tour of the building.

The Kent, part of Extell’s extensive New York City portfolio, is one amid a crowded field of new developments on the Upper East Side. Anbau’s SHoP-designed Citizen360, Ben Shaoul’s adjacent condo conversion, and the massive 1,100-unit AvalonBay rental are all in various stages of completion in the vicinity. The fact that the Second Avenue Subway is now up and running means more new developments in the neighborhood are likely to follow.

When it’s complete, the Kent will have a total of 83 apartments that will come in two-bedroom through five-bedroom options and vary in size from 1,285 square feet to more than 5,000 square feet.

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Old March 13th, 2018, 04:49 PM   #489
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Gute Nachrichten, diese beiden Beaux-Arts-Perlen wurden womöglich in letzter Minute gerettet, bevor wieder ein gieriger Grundstücksverwerter aus Erdteil XY kommt und alles gedankenlos platt macht für irgendeine seelenlose Glas-und-Betonkiste:

Landmark Preservation Commission Designates Hotel Seville and The Emmet Building as Protected Landmarks




http://www1.nyc.gov/site/lpc/about/pr2018/030618.page

"These buildings are right by each other: https://www.google.com/maps/@40.7446...7i13312!8i6656

There is a supertall going up soon one block from here (262 5th Ave), so there is definitely a need to start aggressively landmarking all the gems in this area."
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Zur näheren Illustration der beiden vorgenannten Bauten:

Hotel Seville (Carlton), NoMad-Viertel, 88 Madison Avenue / Ecke 29th Street - 1904 unter Ägide des Architekten Harry Allen Jacobs erbaut:


https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/F...son_Avenue.jpg


https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/F...York_City).JPG


Das quasi gegenüberliegende Emmet Building von 1912 gehört schon zum Viertel Rose Hill, es hat die Adresse 89-95 Madison Avenue / Ecke 29th Street:


https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/F...son_Avenue.jpg


https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/F...Avenue_top.jpg

Auch interessant, Abwicklung von New Yorker Straßen: http://www.nysonglines.com/29st.htm


Wenn man sich die Bauten anschaut, erscheint einem der Denkmalschutz hier durch die europäische Brille zwar selbstverständlich. Doch wir reden hier von Midtown Manhattan nahe dem Madison Square Garden, einem der hochverdichtetsten und von Grundstücksspekulation am stärksten betroffenen Orte der Welt. Dort wurden in den letzten Jahren schon Schmuckstücke wie das Drake Hotel (und angrenzende Townhouses) abgerissen.

Es ist ein gutes Zeichen, dass auch diese Bauten und selbst kleinere Stadthäuser zunehmend unter Einzelschutz gestellt werden und so absehbar nicht der Spitzhacke geopfert werden. Das war noch vor einigen Jahren alles andere als selbstverständlich.
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Das gute alte New Yorker Townhouse erlebt eine Renaissance in neu interpretierten Formen,
simpel und solide:

210 Bowery


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Hier auch:

150 Wooster Street



















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Solche recht gut eingefügten Dachausbauten sind mir lieber als Abrisse von Altbauten,
hier führt man die Fassade optisch sogar weiter:

Residential Expansion Revealed For Landmarked 135 Montague Street, Brooklyn Heights

"YIMBY has the first look at renderings of a vertical expansion proposed for 135 Montague Street, designed by Marin Architects, which will go before the Landmarks Preservation Commission for review later today.

Located in the heart of Brooklyn Heights, a neighborhood protected almost entirely by the 1965 Landmarks Preservation Law, 135 Montague was originally completed in 1920 with a limestone, columned façade that exudes Neoclassical sentiments of the era. As a protected structure, Marin Architects will preserve the original façade of the structure on the Montague Street-facing boundary."





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Weiss nicht ob es hier schon gepostet wurde.
Das Fitzroy
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Momentan mein Lieblingsprojekt in NYC
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180 East 88th Street Luxury Condominium Tower NYC

Das wird schon ein eigenwilliges Ding:

180 East 88th Street | 159m











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Hudson Yards

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Architects: Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with Rockwell Group (Design Architects), Ismael Leyva Architects (Architect of Record); Developers: Related Companies, Oxford Properties Group; Program: Residential, Retail; Location: Hudson Yards, New York, NY; Completion: 2018.





























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Muss man hier so ein altehrwürdiges Hochhaus sprichwörtlich in den Schatten stellen?
Diese städtebauliche Lösung hat mir schon beim Freedom Tower in Miami extrem missfallen.

Etwas Respektabstand sollte man zu solch einem historischen Wahrzeichen schon wahren können!

New Design Revealed For Queens Plaza Park Tower by Durst, Borough’s Future Tallest Skyscraper



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Angenehmer Neubau, der zu Harlem passt - bis auf den eigenwilligen Dachaufsatz. Als wollte man einen Altbau suggerieren, der modern aufgestockt wurde...

NYC | Harlem | 310 West 113th Street | 8 Stockwerke | In Bau

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Fortschritt bei 220 Central Park South und Central Park Tower am 5. April 2018:





https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...350355&page=67

Hier sieht man gut, wie unfassbar schmal beide Wolkenkratzer sind,
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