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Old Posted Apr 30, 2018, 1:08 PM
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Nice new rendering of 40 Bleeker. I walk by every couple weeks and construction is probably a month or two away, they're still digging.

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i have no idea why nitwits are complaining about this tech hub building --- it will go up on e14st & irving place where the pc richard shop is now:

https://www.amny.com/news/tech-hub-g...age-1.16923517
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i have no idea why nitwits are complaining about this tech hub building --- it will go up on e14st & irving place where the pc richard shop is now:

https://www.amny.com/news/tech-hub-g...age-1.16923517
There are what, four, maybe six buildings taller than this within a one block radius? And Union Square is already a little tech hub.

City Council already looking to downzone the area in response. It's amazing that on literally every single issue, these people get it wrong.

"...In an attempt to preserve the residential character of the Village and East Village, the preservation group has been trying to get zoning changes for the area passed for three years, Berman said. Their proposal would restrict the height of future developments, add affordable housing provisions to areas that don’t have it and remove an incentive for commercial development, he said.

The City Planning Commission heard testimony from residents about their concerns at a hearing Wednesday, following recommendations by Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer and Community Board 3. Both have said they support the building, but agree with residents that there should be zoning restrictions for the surrounding area..."
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The 90-foot tall structure will include a parking garage with capacity for 14 vehicles. The community facility space located in the cellar will be for the benefit of the seniors. Three private balconies will be included on the eighth and ninth floor. The rooftop will be crowned by a shared recreational space.

New figures reveal that 53 apartments will be created. 42 will vary in size from single to three-bedrooms. The remaining eleven single-bedroom units will rent to seniors above the age of 62.

Demolition permits have already been filed for the existing structure. The estimated completion date has not been announced.
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I didn't think you could span concrete that far. That's impressive.
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They definitely could. Developers like this trade on every New Yorker's lost history, heritage and beauty to line their own pockets. It's the architectural equivalent of blood diamonds.
Agree.. of course the city allows them to do it, and the people elect the city government. So, who's fault is it really?

Now, I'm not surprised, because humans are greedy and this is what you get, unfortunately design and history is not valued as much compared to other places in the world where such buildings are not demolished willy nilly.
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The rendering shows a masonry façade that will rise eight floors above the street, with a single floor set back to open the first of two terraces available to the duplex penthouse. The crowning residence will occupy the entire eighth and ninth floor and have access to a rooftop terrace. Three other duplexes will occupy the remaining floors, except for one single-floor unit on the third floor. The five homes will yield 12,500 square feet in all. 250 square feet will also be dedicated to ground floor retail.

Freyer Architects is responsible for designing the 100-foot tall building.

Demolition of the existing structure has already occurred, and permits have been approved, with machinery active on site. Completion is expected by June of next year.
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The new cross laminated timber buildings by FLANK in Williamsburg are going to look really nice.



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