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This one is way off from coming to fruition, but it's an almost definite supertall.

Isaac Chetrit hires KPF to design 80-story tower on Sixth Avenue

Isaac Chetrit and Ray Yadidi picked Kohn Pedersen Fox, the firm behind Hudson Yards and One Vanderbilt, to design an 80-story mixed-use tower on Sixth Avenue in the Garment District. The building will include retail, office space and either apartments or a hotel, sources said. But whether it will be built is still far from clear. Groundbreaking likely won’t start until early 2020, when an office tenant’s lease at 989-991 Sixth Avenue expires.
And Chetrit and Yadidi are still considering flipping the site, which sits between 36th and 37th Streets
KPF Tapped to Design Another Supertall Icon for the Manhattan Skyline

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this is still very much a thing:

Knotel takes four floors at building Isaac Chetrit plans to replace with skyscraper

Knotel is continuing its leasing tear with a new deal at Isaac Chetrit and Sioni Group’s Garment District building, which the developers are planning to eventually replace with a skyscraper as tall as 1,005 feet.

The co-working company signed for 23,000 square feet across four floors at the 21-story office building at 989-991 Sixth Avenue, a spokesperson for Knotel confirmed to The Real Deal.
late last year, the developers hired Kohn Pedersen Fox to design their proposed 80-story, mixed-use tower.
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