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Old March 11th, 2016, 03:55 AM   #101
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West 38th Street by 10th Avenue


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Old May 2nd, 2016, 03:16 AM   #102
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Walking around the Ever changing neighborhoods of Midtown Manhattan , New York
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Along Second Avenue in Uptown


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West 37th Street by 6th Avenue


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West 28th & Broadway


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West 29th & Broadway


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Old May 4th, 2016, 05:59 AM   #103
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Old May 5th, 2016, 01:38 AM   #104
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Midtown | 339 Fifth Avenue | ~24 fl

http://newyorkyimby.com/2015/02/firs...th-avenue.html

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This... this is plagarism.
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Old May 5th, 2016, 01:52 AM   #105
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This... this is plagarism.
pretty much... I hope this development never happens. Nothing on that corner should ever be razed.



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Old May 5th, 2016, 03:33 AM   #106
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Wheres the design stolen from?
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Old May 5th, 2016, 05:32 AM   #107
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Wheres the design stolen from?
a blip on most billionaires' radars known as 15 Central Park West.... probably Robert Stern's best work in Manhattan


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Old May 11th, 2016, 06:34 AM   #108
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Turnstyle at Columbus Circle under 8th Avenue between 57th & 58th Street


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Old May 13th, 2016, 03:02 PM   #109
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Hi everyone!
Just wanted to find the appropriate place to promote this.
I am currently working on a development map for NYC with all developments effectively categorized. Here are its instructions of use:

When you click on the link you will be taken to mymaps by google and the map will be on the right with a bar on the left. On it there are 2 main categories:
Under construction
Proposed
These 2 categories are based on Yimby, and in each there are 4 subcategories of different heights. I decided to go with feet to separate them due to the fact that this is the US which uses an imperial system. The four categories also each have a colour attributed to them.
1000 feet+ is red
750-999 feet is yellow
500-749 feet is blue
under 500 feet is green
If the project is still not UC the colour is faded.
When you click on the category you wish, all the projects of that height will appear on the map and you can click on individual projects to see more details on the project including: height in feet and meters, floors, a render pic if available and a link to the appropriate thread on YIMBY.
When you click on the category you will also have the list of projects on your left appear. They are organized height wise with the tallest at the top of the list and the smallest at the bottom.
You can have different categories open at the same time if you wish, this allows you to see where each part of New York's development is situated.
Finally, in the proposed category there is the visions/nothing concrete grey category. These are projects where no details have been provided yet for height or floors. Once a building gets any info on any of the two I will move it to the appropriate category.
Tell me what you think and if you ever see something wrong with it be sure to send me a message and I will change it immediately.
Thanks guys!

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Old May 13th, 2016, 06:49 PM   #110
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Hi everyone!
Just wanted to find the appropriate place to promote this.
I am currently working on a development map for NYC with all developments effectively categorized. Here are its instructions of use:

When you click on the link you will be taken to mymaps by google and the map will be on the right with a bar on the left. On it there are 2 main categories:
Under construction
Proposed
These 2 categories are based on Yimby, and in each there are 4 subcategories of different heights. I decided to go with feet to separate them due to the fact that this is the US which uses an imperial system. The four categories also each have a colour attributed to them.
1000 feet+ is red
750-999 feet is yellow
500-749 feet is blue
under 500 feet is green
If the project is still not UC the colour is faded.
When you click on the category you wish, all the projects of that height will appear on the map and you can click on individual projects to see more details on the project including: height in feet and meters, floors, a render pic if available and a link to the appropriate thread on YIMBY.
When you click on the category you will also have the list of projects on your left appear. They are organized height wise with the tallest at the top of the list and the smallest at the bottom.
You can have different categories open at the same time if you wish, this allows you to see where each part of New York's development is situated.
Finally, in the proposed category there is the visions/nothing concrete grey category. These are projects where no details have been provided yet for height or floors. Once a building gets any info on any of the two I will move it to the appropriate category.
Tell me what you think and if you ever see something wrong with it be sure to send me a message and I will change it immediately.
Thanks guys!

Here is the link:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1t1...8g&usp=sharing
Just contact me and we will decide if it is better to have a separate thread or connect it with another one. )))
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Old May 19th, 2016, 05:14 PM   #111
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815 6th Avenue



846 6th Avenue



Virgin Hotel 1225 Broadway



8 West 30th Street (Moshe Safdie 64 story tower)



292 Fifth Avenue (20 story hotel)



1 Vanderbilt



390 Madison Avenue



31 West 57th Street (Rizzoli Bookstore site)



719 7th Avenue



411 West 35th Street

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Old May 22nd, 2016, 11:55 AM   #112
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In a corner of Harlem hemmed in by a steep ravine within Jackie Robinson Park and the Harlem River, a residential enclave is undergoing a renaissance. Among a string of four recently finished sale buildings, a seven-story, six-unit condominium has begun work at 306 West 148th Street, between Bradhurst Avenue and Frederick Douglass Boulevard. Conceived by Bottom Line Construction & Development (no comment), the 10,000-square-foot building is to be called The Baldwin after the eminent Harlem-born novelist, poet, playwright and social critic, James Baldwin. Channeling the author’s spirit, the condo will capture in its residences “the sophisticated details and artistic flare of contemporary Harlem living.”
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Old May 22nd, 2016, 12:08 PM   #114
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West Harlem | Columbia Conference Center | FT | 3 FLOORS
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The commercial triangle on 125th and Broadway that used to house the old Floridita diner was demolished a couple of years back to make way for the Columbia Manhattanville campus but nothing has happened since then until recently. We noticed diggers and foundation work starting up in the past week or so and new signage up on the plywood now reveals some dramatic architecture. A first look of the new building can be found after the jump.

Previous renderings of the $7 billion campus have all been uninspiring glass cubes which reflect the architecture of the building that first arrived but this new 3-story corner piece has some strong sculptural merit. There is a lot more that has to happen on 17-acre site but if the future plans reinvent the neighborhood in a more modern fashion such as this new addition, then maybe uptowners will finally have some innovative architecture to be proud of. A completion date of 2018 has been posted on the announcement and thus the final outcome will take some time to finish up for review.
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The Congregation Shearith Israel is about to start evacuation work on its long-delayed nine-story community and condominium project next door to its synagogue at 8 West 70th Street.

The project, first proposed in 1983, has gone through many iterations, the Wall Street Journal reported. The synagogue’s original plan was for a 42-story apartment tower. The tower was chopped down to 14 stories in 2002 and then to its current nine stories in 2006.

Now, the planned building will have five condos, including a penthouse, and some units will have views toward Central Park, according to the Journal. It will also house three levels of classrooms, a catering hall and a wheelchair-accessible entrance for the synagogue.

There is a rub, however: ongoing community opposition. Neighbors say the 106-foot tall building will block light and views and Landmark West!, a preservation group, is concerned about precedent the zoning exemption the synagogue was granted in 2008 by the Board of Standards and Appeals, the Journal reported. The ruling allows the synagogue to build taller than the 75-foot height limit at the site.

Also pending is a Department of Buildings’ “notice to revoke” issued last fall, which threatens to withdraw permits for the project, the Journal reported.
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For 165 Chrystie Street, death and inevitable rebirth are upon us. Scaffolding, plywood shed, and netting just went up yesterday signaling the start of demolition and eventual development. Get ready for ten floors serving the upper crust gentry.

You’ll recall that SoHo-based DRK Chrystie LLC acquired the two-story property a couple years ago for $8.4 million. Flashy ODA-Architecture was later tapped to design the ten-story replacement building. Plans for the luxury building were heretofore stuck in bureaucratic purgatory for two years, even as the demolition permits were approved and subsequently issued (December 2014 and January 2016, respectively).

The “disapproved” status no longer applies, though. Department of Buildings approved and issued permits to the applicant back in November. Much like its sister property at 100 Norfolk Street, it’s another boxy stack of glass (without the cantilever). It’ll boast nine full-floor dwellings (presumably condos) including a first-floor duplex across 17,188 square-feet of residential area.
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