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i wish their was a render with all of these proposals, construction, and on hold projects in a render. Like one that show slower manhattan and in the background u have the midtown skyline
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Assuming everything goes as planned, these will be the skyscrapers with roof heights over 300M in NYC at various stages of completeion, construction and site prep by 2020:

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: No work has been done on this building at the time of this post
: Site prep, no matter how minimal, has been done at the time of this post
: Construction is on hold
: The building is under construction
■ : The building has been completed

Grand Central Tower ~500M (Site Prep by 2020)
225 W57th ~450M (Completed by 2020)
432 Park -425M (Completed by 2016)
One World Trade Center -417M (Completed 2013)
Two World Trade Center -411M (Completed by 2020)
Hudson Yards North Office Tower -394M (Completed by 2018)
Empire State Building -381M (Completed 1931)
15 Penn -371M (Site Prep by 2020)
One Manhattan West -371M (Completed by 2020)
Three World Trade Center -327M (Completed by 2018)
Girasole -323M (Completed by 2020) (Possibly +400M)
Tower Verre -320M (Completed by 2018)
Hudson Yards South Office Tower -310M (Completed by 2015)
One57 -306M (Completed 2013)
34th and 10th Street +304M (Site Prep by 2020)
One Hudson Yards +304M (Completed by 2020)
Hudson Yards Mixed-used Tower +304M (U/C by 2020)
237 Park +304M (Site Prep by 2020)

(my list re-posted from Hunser's NY supertalls thread)
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I guess the quota was met. 3 buildings near or above supertall status have been topped off in NYC in 2012. The next big year might be in 2014 or 2017.
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I guess the quota was met. 3 buildings near or above supertall status have been topped off in NYC in 2012. The next big year might be in 2014 or 2017.
2015 will see 432 Park and the "shorter" Hudson yards supertall top out at the least and 3WTC will also probably top out then.

2017 will see the Hudson Yards mixed-use tower and the taller north office tower at Hudson Yards top out and I think 2WTC will also have topped out by this time too.

That leaves the Tower Verre, Brookfield's Supertall(s?), Girasole and One Hudson Yards, all of which are likely to top out before 225 W57th is completed in 2018 or 2019, but before any of the towers in the midtown rezoning area begin construction (the earliest starting date for them I see is some time in late 2019 or early 2020), leaving only 15 Penn and 34th and 10th with a schedule that I can't guesstimate beyond the fact that they too will be built some day.
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2015 will see 432 Park and the "shorter" Hudson yards supertall top out at the least and 3WTC will also probably top out then.

2017 will see the Hudson Yards mixed-use tower and the taller north office tower at Hudson Yards top out and I think 2WTC will also have topped out by this time too.

That leaves the Tower Verre, Brookfield's Supertall(s?), Girasole and One Hudson Yards, all of which are likely to top out before 225 W57th is completed in 2018 or 2019, but before any of the towers in the midtown rezoning area begin construction (the earliest starting date for them I see is some time in late 2019 or early 2020), leaving only 15 Penn and 34th and 10th with a schedule that I can't guesstimate beyond the fact that they too will be built some day.
I agree, most to all those projects should be coming up in the near future.

Brookfield's supertalls are in preparation as the is work on the site to cover up the railroads, in preparation for the buildings. But the actual project is trying to get tenants, and of course competing with the Hudson Yards to do so. The Hudson yards by the way, seem to be on top demand for tenants, so many of the buildings in that area should be coming up sooner or later after the South and North towers start to rise. 15 Penn, umm, eh, let's just say that project is having some problems with the general public so we just have to wait and see what happens...
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2015 will see 432 Park and the "shorter" Hudson yards supertall top out at the least and 3WTC will also probably top out then.

2017 will see the Hudson Yards mixed-use tower and the taller north office tower at Hudson Yards top out and I think 2WTC will also have topped out by this time too.

That leaves the Tower Verre, Brookfield's Supertall(s?), Girasole and One Hudson Yards, all of which are likely to top out before 225 W57th is completed in 2018 or 2019, but before any of the towers in the midtown rezoning area begin construction (the earliest starting date for them I see is some time in late 2019 or early 2020), leaving only 15 Penn and 34th and 10th with a schedule that I can't guesstimate beyond the fact that they too will be built some day.
i cant wait to see new proposals etc for new towers because of the rezoning, im impressed as it is with all of these, cant imagine when all of those proposals start popping up
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So far we have...
1. 1WTC, topped out (steel)
2. One57, topped out
3. 4WTC, topped out
4. 1715, topped out

(counting only 200m+ towers, as always)

Not bad.

Coming back to live:

1. 107 West 57th Street, 697ft (212m).
Rendering:


2. 610 Lexington Avenue, 704ft (215m).

Still on hold:

1. 30 Park Place
2. 56 Leonard Street
3. 50 West Street

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New York has now 58 skyscrapers over 200m completed and topped out, respectively.

and

I'll be away for a month. Feel free to post any updates, especially on supertalls.
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425 Park's (conceptual) design. IF the rezoning of Midtown Manhattan is passed, a tower 50% bigger could be built starting in 2018. In my opinion it's a pretty box with plenty of character and I hope the final design isn't too different from this concept. A height increase certainly wouldn't hurt though.

http://archinect.com/firms/release/4...attan/58542132
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A partnership among L&L Holding Company and Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. (LBHI), today announced the selection of Foster + Partners, led by Pritzker Prize winning architect Lord Norman Foster, to design an iconic 650,000 square foot office tower to be constructed to L.E.E.D. sustainability standards at 425 Park Avenue in the famed Plaza District of Manhattan. The firm will work with the partnership to create an enduring landmark that befits its exclusive location yet is also of its current time and place.

Foster + Partners was selected at the conclusion of an international architects competition, a six-month process involving many of the world’s most acclaimed architecture firms. In addition to Foster + Partners, the partnership selected Rogers, Stirk, Harbour + Partners (Lord Richard Rogers), OMA (Rem Koolhaas) and Zaha Hadid Architects to participate in the final, conceptual design phase of the competition over the summer.

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I thought the rezoning was passed already and that towers nice .
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we're going to have to downgrade the South Tower. It's definitely 250+ m but likely not a supertall.




we're looking at

Com.
Empire State Building
BoA Tower
Chrysler
NYT Tower

T/O
1 WTC
One 57

U/C
3 WTC
432 Park

On Hold/Approved/Proposed
2 WTC - on Hold
Hudson Yards North Office Tower - App
Hudson Yards Mixed Use Tower - App
One Hudson Yards? - App
One Manhattan West - App
Girasole - Pro
Sherwood Equities Tower - Pro
15 Penn Plaza - App
225 W 57th - App
Grand Central Tower - Pro

900 ft+
40 Wall St. - com
70 Pine St - com
Citigroup Center - com
4 WTC - t/o
Two Manhattan West - App
Hudson Yards Coach Tower - App
99 Church Street - on hold
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I very much doubt anything in Hudson Yards will be taller than this.
It's rumored that the Girasole will be taller.
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It's rumored that the Girasole will be taller.
I know, but I will believe that when I see detailed renders and perhaps not even then. Lots of plans are put out for supertowers, but more often their height is adjusted down before construction instead of up. We will see though. America needs more supertalls in my opinion.
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I know, but I will believe that when I see detailed renders and perhaps not even then. Lots of plans are put out for supertowers, but more often their height is adjusted down before construction instead of up. We will see though. America needs more supertalls in my opinion.
Of Course we need more supertalls this is America!
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i have a question can new york build a megatal skyscraper surpasse 1wtc
I see no reason why the couldn't. I really don't want any another towers. I'd prefer 432 to be shorter.
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the only problem with the ny supertalls is they are not as supertall as they should be.
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The foundation contractors-Civetta/Posillico has begun excavation at both 31 and 33 Sts. There is a large Bauer drill from Underpining and Foundation. The building permits are all posted on the fence at 31 St and 9th ave.
Manhattan West is rumbling into action.


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Currently there stands a large vacant lot where 225 West 57th once stood, future home to an Extell Development 1000-1400 foot tall (?) mixed use tower that is rumored to be the future home of the tallest Nordstrom in all the land. Extell has taken out a couple of adjoining buildings as well as the building just to the north on West 58th Street.
225 W57th demo is progressing.

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They hired contractors for this one back a few weeks ago, so this is a go. Workers should be back on site within days.
30 Park Place is starting imminently.

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Across the street on the north side of 58th Street the back tower of once and future 220 CPS has completed demolition, a couple of next door buildings are coming down (219 and 221 West 58th), and work has begun on the demolition of the front tower of 220 CPS that faces CPS. They are laying waste to the whole area! 220 CPS has been subject to a battle between Extell Development that owns (owned?) the garage space and Vornado that owns everything else. Last we heard from any source was that Extell was taking Vornado to court, but some settlement surely must have been worked out, as the only thing that is coming out of that garage at this point is a bobcat moving debris.
220 CPS is active despite the odds.


http://ny.curbed.com/archives/2012/1..._next_week.php

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The foundation of the Jenga tower at 56 Leonard Street has sat untouched for more than three years, while its starchitects Herzog & de Meuron planned copycat towers in Beirut and Bangkok. But it's NYC's turn now. The Tribeca Trib and Tribeca Citizen report that construction will resume on 56 Leonard…next week. It will still be a while before the building depicted in the renderings exists in reality: it will take three months just to put in Con Ed utility vaults, and another year and a half to build the superstructure. Facade work will begin next summer, and the building will be finished in spring 2016. All digits crossed, please
And 56 Leonard is starting next week.


All in all, I'd say that this has been a very eventful week for New York skyscrapers.
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Downtown Projects
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I. 1 WTC - main structure T/O - 1368 ft. Spire height 1776 ft
II. 4 WTC - T/O - 977 ft
III. 3 WTC - U/C - 1170 ft
IV. 2 WTC - On Hold - 1350 ft
V. 99 Church Street - On Hold - 912 ft
VI. 56 Leonard Street - On Hold, construction resuming this week - 821 ft
VII . 80 South Street - Proposed 800+ ft
VIII. Nobu Tower 700+ ft - Proposed
IX. 50 West Street 735 ft - Proposed
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Oh yes, 56 Leonard and 99 Church will resume construction pretty soon.

Some renderings for the proposed GCT Tower(s):

(Note: those are just visions, i.e. what could be built.)





Both towers are probably in the 350m range.






Single tower design: looks to be about 400m.

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Winning design for 425 Park Ave (by Foster):







Note: design is not final.

Height: 687ft (roof), ~800ft (crown). Floors: 41

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Hudson Yards:
(heights not confirmed)






- North Tower: looks taller now, about 1350' + got an observation platform
- Coach tower: seems to be shortened
- Residential tower: got a height boost (1100' now?)!
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