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Old Posted Aug 26, 2016, 4:53 AM
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All of those other towers have been designed. This one hasn't. Looking at that model, those two towers together won't add up to the full amount of floor space this tower will have. They're placeholders at best. Related is on a roll with the office towers in the Hudson Yards. It would be shocking to see them pull up that mat.
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Old Posted Sep 13, 2016, 12:27 AM
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Another proof that the supertall is dead.



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Bad news, there will be no supertall here but two smaller towers instead.

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Old Posted Sep 13, 2016, 1:12 AM
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Another proof that the supertall is dead.

Seriously? This tower isn't even designed yet. Related has been changing models of not only this tower but some of the others so often that you should be expecting this by now. We'll know what's getting built here when we get closer to something actually getting built here.
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Old Posted Sep 15, 2016, 1:56 AM
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Apparently there's another design floating around. This new design was at the open house for the sales of 15 HY.



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Looks like a single tower, around 1,100 ft. So I guess back to the original design?
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Old Posted Sep 17, 2016, 12:19 PM
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That looks like the model Ross recently gave an interview around, surely just another in a round of placeholders.
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Looks like a single tower, around 1,100 ft. So I guess back to the original design?
Compared to 30HY it looks 950-1000 feet, the one in front of 30HY in the picture looks like it's been bumped up to 1100+, (It's u/c now and is 1009' I believe).

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That looks like the model Ross recently gave an interview around, surely just another in a round of placeholders.
Yes.. at his point I think we've all learned to not take any of the HY renderings too seriously since they change every week it seems.
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Old Posted Sep 19, 2016, 6:49 PM
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That placeholder again from a recent interview with Ross...


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http://therealdeal.com/2016/09/28/bl...ds-for-new-hq/

BlackRock targets Hudson Yards for new HQ
Asset management giant is looking for as much as 1M sf of office space



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BlackRock has set its sights on Hudson Yards for a new headquarters as big as 1 million square feet.

The company currently rents around 700,000 square feet in two buildings – Fisher Brothers and Soho China’s 55 East 52nd Street and Rudin Management’s 40 East 52nd Street. The lease at 55 East 52nd is due to expire in 2023. In February, The Real Deal reported BlackRock had tapped a JLL team led by Peter Riguardi to find a new, larger office space.

By July, the company had shortlisted three possible new locations: The Durst Organization’s One World Trade Center, the Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group’s Hudson Yards, and Brookfield Property Partners’ Manhattan West. The company is also still holding onto the option of staying at its current location.

But, according to Crain’s, BlackRock is now considering two proposed towers in the Hudson Yards neighborhood. One is 50 Hudson Yards, developed by Related and Oxford, which is located on West 33rd Street and 10th Avenue. The other is Tishman Speyer’s building, the Spiral, which is planned for one block north of 50 Hudson Yards and will span 2.85 million square feet.
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BlackRock in Talks to Move Headquarters to 50 Hudson Yards

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BlackRock Inc., the world’s largest asset manager, is in talks to move its headquarters to a tower being built in the Hudson Yards development on Manhattan’s west side, two people with knowledge of the matter said.

The firm is negotiating with Related Cos., developer of the project’s largest tract, to take space in 50 Hudson Yards, said the people. BlackRock has also talked with Tishman Speyer Properties about a nearby skyscraper Tishman is planning known as The Spiral, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the talks are private. BlackRock’s discussions were reported earlier Tuesday by The Wall Street Journal.

BlackRock, which oversees $5.1 trillion in assets, is leaning strongly toward agreeing to a long-term lease at 50 Hudson, one of the people said. The New York-based firm is seeking about 850,000 square feet (79,000 square meters) of space, which would make the transaction one of the biggest office leases in the city this year.

The firm is currently in two buildings close to one another, Park Avenue Tower and 40 East 52nd St., with leases expiring in 2023. One person said staying in place had remained an option until recently.
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The firm is currently in two buildings close to one another, Park Avenue Tower and 40 East 52nd St., with leases expiring in 2023. One person said staying in place had remained an option until recently.
So one of those towers is gonna get redeveloped? Nice to know.

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BlackRock in Talks to Move Headquarters to 50 Hudson Yards


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Now that Related's major towers at the railyards are full, it's natural for the spillover to this site. Hopefully with a commitment we'll get closer to renders for this tower.
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It sounds like Blackrock is moving to this tower.
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^ LoL. I heard that Blackrock is moving to 50 Hudson, on this thread from you.
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^ LoL. I heard that Blackrock is moving to 50 Hudson, on this thread from you.
My wife is hearing the same thing (she works there).
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Old Posted Nov 11, 2016, 3:42 AM
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My wife is hearing the same thing (she works there).
Tell (or ask) her to dig up some more info, particularly on what they might be moving into. Gale Brewer will reward you for it.
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Tell (or ask) her to dig up some more info, particularly on what they might be moving into. Gale Brewer will reward you for it.
"I don't have time to go running after documents for skyscraper nerds"

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Old Posted Nov 11, 2016, 5:01 PM
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"I don't have time to go running after documents for skyscraper nerds"


Lol. Surely you can work some magic.
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Lol. Surely you can work some magic.
"Hey babe, want to see my 200 foot architectural spire?"
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still a supertall, barely. this is the latest information. (Nov 2016)

http://www.hudsonyardsnewyork.com/co...vember2016.pdf
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