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Old Posted Nov 17, 2017, 12:50 AM
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The renderings are pretty unprofessional for a project of his scale. That makes me a little nervous.

It shouldn't. We've seen horrible renders on a number of New York developments. We'll get pretty, glossy renders eventually. For now, it still looks like the design has been in flux, being refined. And it's being designed by an established firm.

http://cetraruddy.com/projects
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http://www1.nyc.gov/assets/planning/...3m-neg-dec.pdf

Final approval for the transit improvement bonus was given, though it should be noted that this wouldn't have affected the overall height of the tower because the changes would have taken place on the lower levels, shown below...




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"as expected, they got rid of the weirdo tapering toward the bottom
"as expected, they got rid of the weirdo tapering toward the bottom
and went with a standard base." - mrnyc

in most cases it seems, that the majority of people in the world,
like yourself, . . prefer "standard" architectural design . .
Even I, for the 1st hour after considering that 2nd to last rendering,
thought it conspicuously "klunky" . .

But then, the "weirdo tapering toward the bottom" gestated in me big-time,
I felt it "spectacularly quirky", given its site, in super-tight downtown stone canyons
. . & now 45 Broad St.'s very unique crown, has also been "standardized" . .
redesigned with no projections . .
I looked forward to actually experiencing the earlier, more arresting 45 Broad
design as a rudely intriguing urban-event downtown . .
But now folks will apathetically walk on by just another tower base,
on the way to getting a hamburger . .

Strange form & proportion in architecture, can too-easily be, "grossly corny" . .
but with heightened vision in the right hands, and a bit of divine accident . .
"uncannily unique" becomes so refreshing . .

without the usual "realistic" constraints of greed, short-sightedness, politics, . .
there are No limitations to concentrated Architectural Greatness . .
If only every medium-to-very-tall tower in NYC, were truly a dreamt-over
design statement . . worthy of our attention . . transforming all NYC . .
into the highest profile intricate architectural maze of endless visual wonder . .
thronged with droves of utterly-dazzled, wildly-spending tourists . .

We certainly have a great many remarkable towers already . .
But this cold, harsh town, of rambunctious ambition, . .
also has avenues with vast stretches . . lined with forgettable real-estate . .
commonplace & dreary . . Why ever, should we champion lackluster mediocrity ?
Perfection never need be boring, bland, banal, oppressively mirrored . .

I can easily envision 100 or more other noble deco towers,
100 more sleekly distinguished modernist skyscrapers,
100 versions of brutalist, retro-futurist sky-scraping stone heroism . .
each equivalent in its own way, to Chrysler's excellence. .
then, the occasional well-proportioned bland-box would be appreciated
as "finely minimalist" . .

the newest version of 45 Broad is hardly repellant . . it's sort of ok enough . .
but the previous version to this one, had inklings of mad, phuk-U, peerless magic . .
oh compromise, why must thou be ? . .
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Old Posted Nov 28, 2017, 4:29 PM
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https://www.prlog.org/12675570-new-p...ad-street.html

New Project in NYC: 45 Broad Street!
Elicc Americas Corporation is excited to announce its part in the development of the 45 Broad Street project in the financial district of Manhattan in the United States






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Elicc Americas Corporation is excited to announce its part in the development of the 45 Broad Street project in the financial district of Manhattan in the United States.

45 Broad Street is located at 45 Broad Street, Manhattan New York. Co-development investment by Pizzarotti Group, Madison Equities & Gemdale, Cetra Ruddy Architecture, DPC surgeon design, and BuroHappold Engineering as curtain wall consultant.

Strategically located in lower Manhattan's Financial District, 45 Broad Street is adjacent to Broadway, Wall Street, directly across the street from the New York Stock Exchange and the Parliament Memorial, and Freedom Tower.

The main structure of the project has a total of 83 storeys, with a total building height of 1131 feet (345 meters) and a curtain wall area of ​​approximately 29,830 square meters. The building is comprised with 8-storey boutique office building and provides office space for Manhattan's technology innovation and media companies.

206 luxury residential apartments are designed to enhance the home-based experience of high-class white-collar and successful people with high-quality smart living facilities and 3-storey underground service facilities. Such is that of typical commercial and residential buildings in one.

The façade of the building is mainly composed of glass curtain wall. The south façade is made of aluminum curtain wall. The building is surrounded by vertical aluminum decorative panel and the double curved aluminum plate is used in the western podium on the 33rd and 53rd floors to form the tree branches and cross shapes.

The overall design not only meets the architectural performance requirements, but also fully reflects the high-end buildings, sophisticated, changing characteristics. Due to its non-replicable geographic location and distinctive architectural plans, the project will be the new landmark on Wall Street to mark the NYSE when completed.

Since receiving the tender information, our company immediately mobilized and organized a strong bidding team, conscientiously studied the bidding documents, understood the bidding intent, formulated a careful work plan and meticulously organized the implementation. The bidding time sawing up to six months, heavy workload, departmental personnel difficulties, solidarity, high efficiency, high quality preparation of tender documents and design drawings, and delivered on schedule. In the end, the Pizzarotti Group won the award and successfully won the bid with its good reputation, outstanding industry experience, strong technical strength, perfect quality / schedule control system and reasonable quotation.

45 Broad Street Project Developer Pizzarotti Group, a century-old top construction company with operations all over the world, marks a milestone in the bidding process and demonstrates that while Arrow continues to solidify the high-end curtain wall market in the United States, A huge breakthrough, even in the face of unprecedented competition in the industry, we are still tearing forward!
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Love it. This can't get built fast enough. It's turning out to be one of the great surprises Downtown.



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I like the confidence in that teaser. "Oh what a SITE it will be".

Its confident alright, but not as confident as Stern, who put a giant mural of Steinway. Rightfully so... when you have the design that eats other designs for breakfast, a mural is the first step.

Like 9 Dekalb, and Stienway, this should have a place somewhere in the top 3 for designs.
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Yeah, Steinway, 9 Dekalb, Verre, and this one are among the best going up in the city right now. There are probably some lesser profile towers to throw in that mix, but this is one of the great skyscraper ages in New York.
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That interior floor is stunning! Is it going to be an observation deck open to the public?
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That interior floor is stunning! Is it going to be an observation deck open to the public?
Open space for the residents...


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The residential portion of the building starts at approximately 250 feet and will include panoramic water and area landmark views. The project will be an architecturally iconic symbol rising in Lower Manhattan, designed by leading architectural firm CetraRuddy.

The project’s residential condominium units will be attractively priced to capture demand in the affordable luxury segment of the marketplace, an undersupplied market segment in Manhattan. The project will be highly amenitized throughout, including state-of-the-art appliances, engineered wood floors, marble and ceramic stone, a 75-foot indoor lap pool with a double height ceiling, bike storage, residential storage, state-of-the art gym and fitness facilities, ground floor garden, a 9th floor sky garden with indoor and outdoor spaces, a game room, separate children and teen playrooms, and a media and entertainment area.

The project will also contain a distinctive open air, landscaped residential amenity space on the 38th floor at an elevation of approximately 500 feet, which will serve as an additive element within Lower Manhattan given its visibility from the area’s street levels.

Note that the design has since changed, and it seems the will be two of these levels, both below and above 500 ft...


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after seeing the rendering at the left (above) . .
I hated 45 Broad, for the 1st 4 or 5 hrs after seeing it . .
that old version was utterly awkward . .
Then the damn thing wouldn't get out of my mind . .
it was one of those rare building shapes that was so mad, it was magnificent . .
invigoratingly haphazard & unique . .

it conjured visceral fantasies of a big bad rude punk metropolis . .
the thing was barely subjugated by the majesty of the deco pinnacles nearby . .
I only hoped it would be made to look more dark & dangerous . .
but alas, it's been politely standardized for the vacuously monied . .

Yet still uneasy by the little spunk & individuality left in the structure,
the visionless developers may rip even that from us . .
the last few sweet bits of distinctiveness can be easily pawned . .
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Poster over on YIMBY Forums dug up an article about NIMBY BS, but in the article we get a first glimpse at the base :


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^ This will be a real beauty!!
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Could be another Verre in the making...


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This is one nice looking tower.
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Yes it is!! Glad to see they’ll be doing some upgrades to the Broad Street subway station as part of the project. That line (the J/Z) is IMO one of, if not the, worst-maintained subway line in the city.
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Is someone going to update the inset photo for this thread - it's still showing the image from three years ago...?
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