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Old Posted Mar 9, 2016, 5:38 PM
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It would be amazing if they extended the Battery City infill to this location.
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RXR Realty to take $225M loan for Pier 57: report
Cash will fund developer’s 480K sf Google-anchored office and retail complex

Ariel Stulberg
March 30, 2016

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Scott Rechler’s RXR Realty will soon ink a loan that will cover more than half the projected cost of its redevelopment of Pier 57 on the Hudson River.

The firm is in talks to take $225 million in financing from PNR Bank to fund its redevelopment of the pier, and construction of its planned 480,000-square-foot office and retail complex, the Commercial Observer reported, citing sources familiar with the negotiations.

RXR, along with Youngwoo & Associates, signed a 97-year ground lease for the site with the Hudson River Park Trust last year. The project is slated to cost $350 million in total.

The project will be anchored by tech behemoth Google, which signed a 15-year lease to take 250,000 square feet at the complex, which totals 560,000 square feet.

Anthony Bourdain, the chef and TV star, signed a letter of intent last September to open the 155,000-square-foot Bourdain Market at the pier, a 100-stall plaza of diverse restaurants.

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^ good catch thanks -- i wondered what was going on with pier 57 aka the superpier. so it looks like now they have the rehab $ and its actually going to happen.

as if there was any doubt once google came aboard.
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Bourdain Market Website Pushes Expected Opening Date Back Two Years

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Bourdain Market, possibly the most anticipated opening of the decade, has now pushed back its anticipated debut date by two years. Both the website and the Instagram for the Anthony Bourdain international food market at Pier 57 now tout a 2019 opening — much later than the late 2017 date that’s been thrown around for months. Eater has reached out to the Bourdain Market for more information, but no official word yet on why the date has been changed by a whopping two years. Just a couple weeks ago, Bourdain told Adweek that he hoped to open it in 2017.

Still, it’s not a total surprise to have at least some delay. In the same Adweek interview, Bourdain mentioned that "it’s a huge, huge, huge undertaking" with a lot of paperwork hurdles, such as obtaining visas for must-have international vendors. Plus, Bourdain Market is being built on Pier 57, which has a host of its own complications. The pier is undergoing a massive $350 million redevelopment, and the whole thing involves a slew of government and community approvals. Developers only secured a $225 million loan to start the process this past spring.

But for eager Bourdain fans, the website does offer a little nugget to look forward to before 2019. They’ll be launching a mobile app in January so people can "learn about our food partners from around the world."
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lots of activity at pier 57




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This thread should be renamed "Pier 57 Development". I think it may start to get confusing with all of the pier developments.

We have:

1) Pier 57 (Bourdain market + apartments I believe)
2) Pier 55 (small Park)
3) Pier 26 (yet another park/boardwalk like development)

Something along those lines.

Plus for Pier 57, its on the website: http://www.bourdainmarket.com/

2019!
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This thread should be renamed "Pier 57 Development". I think it may start to get confusing with all of the pier developments.

We have:

1) Pier 57 (Bourdain market + apartments I believe)
2) Pier 55 (small Park)
3) Pier 26 (yet another park/boardwalk like development)

Something along those lines.

Plus for Pier 57, its on the website: http://www.bourdainmarket.com/

2019!
Google signed a lease to take office space at Pier 57, they've already outgrown their huge building a few blocks away. No apartments.
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Darn, so no apartment portion. I was also hoping Google would consider the WTC, but I guess not.
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these threads should all be combined into a single 'manhattan piers redevelopment' thread.
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Anthony Bourdain cancels plans for food market at Google’s Pier 57

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Despite hyping up his massive Singapore street hawker-style food hall and retail market at Google’s Pier 57 development since 2015, Anthony Bourdain announced today that he won’t be moving forward with the project, reports Eater. Back in March, his partner and CEO of what was dubbed Bourdain Market stepped down. At the same time, it was learned that they’d yet to sign a lease, both of which made the 2019 opening seem like a stretch. In a statement, Bourdain said, “It seems increasingly clear that in spite of my best efforts, the stars may not align at Pier 57 which is an especially complicated site for which we still do not have a lease.”

The Pier topped out this past June and has an anticipated opening of summer 2018. The $350 million project will include 250,000 square feet of offices for Google and an elevated two-acre park with a rooftop movie and performance amphitheater to be used for Tribeca Film Festival screenings. The developers did not respond to Eater for comment, so it’s not yet known if a food market is still in the plans.
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