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Old Posted Dec 12, 2017, 9:45 PM
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Imo we ended up with the best design. Rare that you can say that!
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Have you noticed that the chamfered(?) upper portion of the tower, when you look straight down, resembles a pinwheel?
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What is going to be the final height of this building? I'm seeing 1009 in some sites and 1039 in others.
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Another ≈300' to go, looks like........
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Another ≈300' to go, looks like........


I think it may be closer to 250 from these photos. 55 Hudson is 780 ft, so we're currently closer 800 ft or so.



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That facade is cool, the glass with the stone stripes. Sure makes this one unique. It looks like as the building gets taller the stone dissipates? The parapet looks just like its just the glass
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That facade is cool, the glass with the stone stripes. Sure makes this one unique. It looks like as the building gets taller the stone dissipates? The parapet looks just like its just the glass
Yes it will top out as glass. I like the play with 15 Hudson Yards.
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Loving this whole development, it's what WTC should have been without the constant bickering. It's the right balance of understated with daring. Sublime imo.
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Related projecting $1.5B sellout at 35 Hudson Yards



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Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group are targeting a $1.53 billion sellout at the under-construction supertall tower known as 35 Hudson Yards, which makes it the second-most expensive condominium project approved to launch sales since 2016.

The 136 apartments at the 1,000-foot-tall building would hit the market for just under $11.3 million on average, according to an offering plan accepted for sale earlier this month by the New York State Attorney General’s office

A spokesperson for Related and Oxford said that the company does not plan to officially launch sales at the property until later this year, however. The spokesperson declined to comment on specific unit pricing or other aspects of the development.

The building, which will include a hotel, has been funded by $1.2 billion in debt from the Dublin-based Children’s Investment Fund subsidiary Talos Capital. In June, Related and Oxford announced they would seek an additional $380 million in debt for properties at Hudson Yards, including 35 Hudson Yards, through the EB-5 investor visa program. In August, New York YIMBY reported the developers still needed another $10 million in EB-5 money for 35 Hudson Yards.

The developers previously raised $600 million through EB-5 across its multi-property Hudson Yards developments.

The company spokesperson said construction on 35 Hudson Yards is expected to wrap in 2019.
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Not quite sure if it's a perspective trick on the renderer's part, but I like the accentuation of the crown.
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Not quite sure if it's a perspective trick on the renderer's part, but I like the accentuation of the crown.
It's the same as it's been, the angle is just sharper...


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Not quite sure if it's a perspective trick on the renderer's part, but I like the accentuation of the crown.
It's a wide angle photo, the angles if an object are more exaggerated than how they usually look
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Massing-wise it seems similar to Trump Tower in Chicago. The facade is looking fantastic.
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Massing-wise it seems similar to Trump Tower in Chicago. The facade is looking fantastic.
This tower has always reminded me of the Library Tower in LA.
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