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Old Posted Jun 21, 2017, 10:10 PM
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One positive about those renderings: 30 Park Place looks magnificent.
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Excavation Making Headway For Lightstone’s 130 William Street, Financial District




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Though the on-site rendering is perhaps the least descriptive of any such image in New York City, essentially depicting a series of squiggly lines, actual images of the buildings were made public earlier this year. The tower will eventually stand 61 floors and 800 feet to its pinnacle, with a design by David Adjaye that will become the renowned architect’s first contribution to the Manhattan skyline.

Within the skyscraper, there will be 15,373 square feet of retail space on the cellar through second floor, and about 370,000 square feet of residential space above that. The Real Deal reported that the project would have 244 units, but DOB filings list 188. In either case, the condominiums will be very generously sized, and the new retail will contribute further to the booming Fulton Street corridor.

Excavation began in April, and crews appear to be getting close to the depth needed for foundation work to begin. The on-site signage indicates an expected completion date of spring, 2020.
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I love a big tall "overall-facade"
of a thousand punched-in individual windows . .
like 99 Church (30 Park Place), 30 Rock, & the Pan Am/MetLife . .
The 800 ft. height & "tower-proportion" of 130 William,
will look pleasant, if not exciting, on the downtown skyline. .
Hopefully the big boys won't diminish/value-engineer 130's concept
(in the rendering) . . & that it's seriousness, will distract
from another modern tower on William . . the cheap
bright yellow & black bumble bee . .
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I'm curious how the facade will pan out in person. The rendering looks like they upped the sharpness too much, and brightness to make the golden like facade standout. I suspect it will be much mellower in person. At its height, surely I hope it doesn't become an eyesore.
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I love a big tall "overall-facade"
of a thousand punched-in individual windows . .
This! Great articulation brother
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Oh, boy.

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From curbed.com, dated December 14:

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This! Great articulation brother
Why does the original quote remind me of that old Egoiste perfume commercial?????
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Ugh. Concrete? Concrete can go wrong so easily - see 5 Beekman. Yes Ian Schrager did it nicely at 215 Christie, but I'm guessing this doesn't look nearly as nice.
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^that's so funny that the rendering they're using on the fence is basically just an architect's dinner napkin sketch
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Love the ghost of the arches on the party wall of the neighboring building. Obviously not the direct inspiration for the design of this tower, but could see how one might easily make that mistake.
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I like this. Kind of surprised but I do.
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NY is so nuts right now with developing that 800 ft'ers literally go unnoticed unless you are a skyscraper junky. This one will surprise a lot of people once it starts rising.
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Recent Design Changes/New Renderings from YIMBY:









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