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Old Posted Nov 28, 2017, 11:29 PM
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^ Thanks for sharing, NyGuy. An interesting design but wow, what an entrance!
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Why don’t they make it bigger? It’s not like they are constrained by lot lines.
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Will this compete with Lincoln Center or is there enough world class performing arts to go around?
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Will this compete with Lincoln Center or is there enough world class performing arts to go around?
It'll also be competing with Hudson Yards Culture Shed.
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It'll also be competing with Hudson Yards Culture Shed.
Surely there's enough to go around. It's New York City... just gives another great venue option for performances. Theater, music, dance, interactive performance art...so many opportunities I don't see any reason for concern at all.
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The interior is what's going to make this venue the go-to place for Lower Manhattan. There is no one square footage in any of its interiors, based on the renders.
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There are not a lot of venues like this Downtown, especially below Houston Street so I think this will definitely be welcome. Also another example of how the center of gravity is shifting Downtown (and toward Brooklyn).
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This would be the perfect venue for the Fashion Week shows that are currently homeless and nomadic.

Conde Nast is already next door.
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This would be the perfect venue for the Fashion Week shows that are currently homeless and nomadic.

Conde Nast is already next door.

Fashion Week will be moving to the Hudson Yards.



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This building is beautiful (almost as if it is a sculpture) but I worry about how uninviting it could be from most sides. It could have the same bleakness that Lincoln Center gets criticized for.
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Deal reached to bring long-awaited performing arts center to WTC



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The Ronald O. Perelman Performing Arts Center will make it to the World Trade Center following an agreement between the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey and the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation, according to an announcement from Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office.

Squabbles between the two groups had previously threatened to derail funding for the performing arts center, as the Port Authority had refused to relinquish control over the land for the center until it was paid for the below-grade work required to prep the site. The agency argued it was owed $67 million for the work, while the LMDC argued it was owed $45 million.

Under the agreement, the Port Authority will accept $48 million in funding from the LMDC to cover below-ground construction costs. Work on the below-grade structure for the center should be finished by the end of the year.

The agreement also calls for the Port Authority to enter into a 99-year lease with the performing arts center for $1 per year. This lease includes an extension option for an additional 99 years under the same terms and an option for the Port Authority to transfer the site to the performing arts center itself.

The agency’s board of directors ratified the agreement on Thursday.


The center will span 200,000 square feet and include three theaters, rehearsal space, a gift shop and a restaurant. Its boundaries will be Vesey, Greenwich and Fulton streets, along with the newly created Washington Place Plaza.
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Looks pretty good.
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