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The crane on 8th Avenue will be taken down the weekend of July 14th and 15th. As it's a big and potentially dangerous job if not done right, West 55th Street between Broadway and 8th Avenue will be closed for the two days, as they can't close 8th Avenue. It will be a great photo opportunity.
"...The Commercial Observer reported last week that Kaye Scholer committed to rent about 260,000 square feet in the skyscraper, citing people it didn't name. A call to Sandi Sonnenfeld, a spokeswoman for the law firm, wasn't immediately returned."
Well it's nearly finished. Just cladding and interior work to go. But although it's a great filler it's still one of those many dime a dozen fillers we have in NYC. I remember when a one of a kind in NYC 1000+ TWISTING building was proposed for this very site. Wasted potential in my opinion. The right people couldn't collaborate and get a good job done.