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Whiskey Tango Foxtrot
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DEVELOPMENT NAME 301 East 50th Street

DEVELOPER(S) Fishman Holdings North America

PROJECT TYPE Condominium

ADDRESS 301 E 50th St

NEIGHBOURHOOD/CITY New York

STATE/PROVINCE New York

ZIP CODE 10022

CONSTRUCTION STATUS Preconstruction

SELLING STATUS Pending

TOTAL NUMBER OF UNITS 54 units

FLOOR COUNT 28 stories

ARCHITECT(S) Cook + Fox

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301 E.50th St. Revealed

3:55 PM, Jan. 15 2013

Several years after a Midtown East crane collapse killed seven, the site adjacent to that collapse, 301 East 50th Street sold to developer Fishman Holdings. The developer commissioned Cook + Fox to design a condo for the spot, and a permit filed this past fall indicated that the condo would be 28 stories, with 54 residential units and 6,200 square feet of commercial space. A tipster passes along the above rendering for the project, though it doesn't appear on the Cook + Fox website, so we don't know how current it us. According to DOB records, the initial plan for the site was disapproved in mid-December.
A new design may yet be issued while this tower awaits final approval.
 

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Whiskey Tango Foxtrot
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Permit Filed for Crane Collapse Building's 28-Story Neighbor

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

A tipster living on the corner of 51st Street and Second Avenue reported last year that demolition was underway for 301 East 50th Street, a lot adjacent to the site of a crane collapse that killed seven in March 2008. Since then, a few more details have emerged about the lot's future: namely, that developer Fishman Holdings had picked up the lot and planned a Cook + Fox-designed condo building there. Now, a tipster points out that a permit has been filed for the new building at the site. Signs of life at last!

The permit calls for a 28-story building with 54 residential units. That works out to 111,429 square feet of residential space and 6,200 square feet of commercial space
Site work has been reported but until the development is approved, construction cannot begin.
 

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