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Hudson Yards' lucky No. 7
Developers eye gains in tenants and infrastructure following the No. 7 subway extension.


By Daniel Geiger
October 6, 2013


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Sometime in the next 12 weeks, Michael Bloomberg is expected to go where no mayor has gone before: to the new terminus of the No. 7 train just west of 10th Avenue near West 34th Street.

A few months after that ribbon-cutting ride, perhaps as soon as the summer of 2014, the station will have its official opening. An entire new neighborhood-to-be will, at last, be on the subway map for as many as 27,000 riders a day, according to Metropolitan Transportation Authority projections.

For far West Side landlords and developers, it will be the moment they have been anticipating for years—for decades, in some cases. It presages not only the arrival of the train, but a whole new stretch of cityscape.

"When we talked to tenants years ago about coming to the Hudson Yards and explained all the infrastructure that would be here and how the No. 7 train would make it convenient, they would look at you like you were crazy," said Jared Della Valle, an executive at Alloy Development, which owns a commercial development site west of 10th Avenue between West 35th and 36th streets. "They couldn't see it. Now that has changed."

With the long-talked-about transit link almost ready, the area's real estate interests are betting vast sums that more tenants will follow in the footsteps of the major companies that have already booked huge blocks of space, including Coach, Time Warner and L'Oréal. Indeed, as Crain's first reported last week, Citigroup is considering relocating its global corporate headquarters from Park Avenue to Hudson Yards.

In response to those bullish signals from tenants, developers are snapping up major development sites at a prodigious pace, making the area the most active in the city this year for such deals, according to real estate experts. The 7 train's looming arrival has only hastened that frenzy. Bob Knakal, chairman of sales brokerage Massey Knakal, said small fortunes are being created, as the activity has pushed up land prices by double or more.

"A lot of the development sites that only a short time ago were considered speculative are now tangible," Mr. Knakal said. "You'll see a lot more happen in the neighborhood coming up. There are at least four very significant sites that I know of that will be in play within the next month or two right smack in the Hudson Yards."

The Related Cos., already in the process of developing the 26-acre, $15 billion Hudson Yards complex, has been the most voracious buyer of adjacent sites in a doubling down of its holdings in the area. The company has entered into a contract to acquire a parcel between West 35th and 36th streets—for $75 million or more—that will border a new "Hudson Boulevard" being constructed by the city to run between 10th and 11th avenues. Related has approached Alloy Development to acquire its site, too, in a bid to substantially boost the size of that parcel, though it's unclear whether Alloy will decide to sell. Most of Related's acquisitions have been for locations closest to the new subway link.

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"We anticipate that as much as 70% of tenants will be coming to the area via the No. 7," said Jay Cross, an executive at Related who is president of the Hudson Yards venture. "As the subway comes closer to completion, tenants have been more willing to take space in the Hudson Yards."

Related is also in talks, sources say, to purchase the site of a -McDonald's on the corner of West 33rd Street and 10th Avenue, allowing it to amass another jumbo parcel. That property sits east of another lot that Related bought for an undisclosed price from developer Gary Barnett during the summer. The land there can accommodate a 1.7 million-square-foot, 57-story commercial tower.

In January, Related plans to break ground on a roughly $750 million platform over the western half of the Hudson rail yards to create the foundation for the millions of square feet of office, retail and public space it is planning to build.

"If there were no No. 7 subway, I'm not sure we would be starting the platform then," Mr. Cross said. "But knowing that it is going to be there means we have to get going and that we will also have enough tenant interest for the space there."

According to data from the Department of City Planning, the sale of city-owned air rights has also picked up this year—another sign that developers are planning to get shovels in the ground in anticipation of the subway. More than 70,000 square feet of air rights (created eight years ago by the city to raise money to pay for the subway extension and other neighborhood improvements) have been sold so far this year, the most since 2010.

Several buyers are believed to be in the process of acquiring more air rights, including Joe Chetrit, who earlier this year purchased midtown's Sony Building for $1.1 billion. He is said by sources to be adding up to 200,000 square feet to a hotel development site he owns between West 37th and 38th streets. Mr. Chetrit, who declined to comment, could add some of that extra space by buying air rights from the city in a purchase that would likely push the total rights sold this year to its highest level since 2008, before the recession took hold.

David Marx, another developer in the neighborhood, said he will buy air rights from the city to increase the size of a hotel he plans to build on the northeast corner of West 34th Street and 10th Avenue.


"We were waiting for the No. 7 train and also the Javits Center," Mr. Marx said, referring to a $400 million renovation of the convention facility that will be finished next year. "It's all coming to fruition now."

Prices for land have dramatically appreciated because of the investment activity. In September, former Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt and other investors purchased a 750,000-square-foot development parcel on West 31st Street for $167 million, more than three times what previous owner Sherwood Equities paid just two years ago.

'Ridiculous' prices

"It's high—it's ridiculous," marveled Jeff Katz, chief executive of Sherwood, which owns the full block between West 35th and 36th streets on 10th Avenue, a development site that rivals Related's biggest Hudson Yards parcels. "There was a double hammering in this neighborhood—it was both on the periphery of the city and the recession also hit—and it knocked prices way down. Now both of those factors have changed."

For Sherwood, the rewards have been especially sweet. The company began investing in the far West Side in 1992, when values there were a fraction of what they are now. After investing early in Times Square, and profiting from that area's transformation in little more than a decade, Mr. Katz saw some of the same potential in the rail yards.

"There are some parallels between Times Square and the Hudson Yards," Mr. Katz said. "A large piece of land, adjacent to prime central business districts in Manhattan ... It has to happen."

Several owners said it is more than the subway that's drawing buyers and tenants to the far West Side. In addition to the renovated Javits Center, the new street, Hudson Boulevard, is set to be completed next year. The third and final leg of the High Line, which will snake around the rail yards, is also slated to open in 2014.

"It's the train, but it's also the parks," said Ann Weisbrod, president of the city's Hudson Yards Development Corp. She's widely credited with overseeing the No. 7 extension's on-time and on-budget delivery.

"The High Line and Hudson Boulevard connect into one another, creating this beautiful green necklace up the West Side," Ms. Weisbrod explained. "People will take the train to get here, but it's amenities like these that will give them the reason to come in the first place."
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I expect that Related will consolidate here..


http://www.crainsnewyork.com/article...TATE/131119928

Hot Hudson Yards parcel hits market at $75M
A block-long property on West 35th Street could accommodate a building of as much as 415,000 square feet, most likely a hotel and residential property. Related Cos., which owns the site next door, is one of several likely bidders.


By Daniel Geiger
November 14, 2013


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Alloy Development has put a large site it owns in the Hudson Yards, west of Pennsylvania Station, on the market in what could be a $75 million sale. A tower with as much as 415,000 square feet of space could be built on the site, about 100,000 square feet of it residential, with the acquisition of air rights that are for sale in the neighborhood from the city.

A conspicuous candidate to buy the lot, whose address is 511 W. 35th St. and which runs through to West 36th Street at the center of a block between 10th Avenue and the soon-to-be-built Hudson Boulevard, is the Related Cos. In late September, Related, the area's biggest property owner and the developer of the nearby multi million-square-foot rail-yards project, acquired the site next door, at 517 W. 35th St.

Together 517 W. 35th St. and 511 W. 35th St. could accommodate a nearly 1 million-square-foot tower.

Robert Knakal, chairman of the brokerage firm Massey Knakal Realty Services, is marketing 511 W. 35th St. for Alloy and said that the parcel has also attracted interest from a growing crop of hotel developers on the far West Side. Mr. Knakal said he expected the site to become a hotel and residential project.


"With Javits nearby and the construction of all the office and retail space that is planned on the far West Side, there is a real market growing for hotels," Mr. Knakal said.
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Revealed: 511 West 35th Street
BY: NIKOLAI FEDAK ON DECEMBER 12TH 2013 AT 6:00 AM


511 West 35th Street, image from Alloy

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Alloy’s website has a new rendering of the firm’s plans for 511 West 35th Street, which will eventually house a skyscraper of approximately 500,000 square feet. The current reveal is tentative given the site may still trade hands; Related is making a concerted effort to acquire several lots along the future ‘Hudson Boulevard,’ including 511 West 35th Street.

Per Alloy, “[design] and entitlement work to date expresses the development potential and zoning freedom that the site affords,” corroborating the site’s uncertain future. If the rendered design is built, it would be a departure from the bulkier towers along the southern end of Hudson Boulevard.

Related would be the most sensible choice for the site’s developer, as the company owns an adjacent lot at 517 West 35th Street that can accommodate another large tower; combining the properties would yield air rights of approximately one million square feet, creating an opportunity for another potential supertall.

Given the zoning for 511 West 35th Street – which emphasizes commercial but also allows for a small residential component – the eventual tower will likely be mixed-use. Crain’s reports (NYGuy's post above) a significant interest in developing a hotel on-site, and if that does occur, it would become one of the largest on the far West Side.
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^ Yeah it's a placeholder, the same one that's been around for over a year at least. It was meant to show what could be built with that particular piece of the parcel.

However, that piece is now for sale, and Related is reportedly going to assemble it with it's own parcel to consolidate the site.


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Not sure what to think of this... although it's pretty impressive how much the lot went for

The Real Deal:

Eliot Spitzer pays $88M for Hudson Yards development site
December 26, 2013 02:58PM
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From left: Bob Knakal, 511 West 35th Street and Eliot Spitzer

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UPDATED, 6:16p.m., Dec. 26: Dealing with divorce doesn’t seem to be slowing Eliot Spitzer down. The former New York governor’s family-run development firm Spitzer Enterprises has bought a block-long development site at Hudson Yards from Alloy Development for $88 million, according to city records filed today.

The 17,281-square-foot site is located at 511 West 35th Street between 10th and 11th avenues and runs through to West 36th Street, according to an offering memorandum from Massey Knakal Realty Services. It offers 75 feet of frontage on West 35th Street and 100 feet on West 36th Street. The site is currently leased to a trucking company, but the lease contains a termination clause provided the tenant is given six months notice, according to the memorandum.

Spitzer Enterprises could build up to 172,000 square feet as of right, but with the purchase of additional air rights through the Eastern Rail Yard and a district improvement bonus, the company could go as big as 415,000 square feet, said Massey Knakal’s Bob Knakal, who represented both sides of the deal with his colleague, Stephen Palmese. Just under 104,000 square feet are zoned for residential use. The sale closed Dec. 19.

“It’s one of the great growth opportunities in Manhattan,” Spitzer told The Real Deal, referring to Hudson Yards. He is still brainstorming the best possible use for the site, whether “mixed-use, fully commercial, or hotel,” he said, declining to comment further.

AJ Pires, who manages acquisitions and dispositions for Alloy, didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment.

‪The site was expected to fetch about $75 million, as previously reported.‬

“This transaction reflects the tremendous demand of the Hudson Yards district, sure to become the most dynamic neighborhood in the city in years to come,” Knakal said.

The Related Companies, which is spearheading the Hudson Yards development along with Oxford Properties, was thought to be one of the potential bidders on the site. Related owns the property next door at 517 West 35th Street, and a deal for 511 West 35th Street would have allowed them to build a tower just shy of a million square feet.
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Spitzer Back in Business
Former Gov. Eliot Spitzer Making Another Attention-Grabbing Move in a Different Arena: Skyscrapers






By Eliot Brown
Dec. 26, 2013

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Less than four months after losing his bid at a political comeback, former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer is making another attention-grabbing move in a different arena: skyscrapers.

Mr. Spitzer said he is planning a large real estate development on Manhattan's far West Side; last week his family's firm—under his direction—paid $88 million for a vacant property where an office or hotel tower could be built.

"Building is not only fun to do and interesting to do, but long-term this city is the best place to invest," Mr. Spitzer said Thursday, adding that he hasn't yet drawn up any plans for the site at 511 W. 35th St., part of the emerging Hudson Yards neighborhood.

Mr. Spitzer acted swiftly after the previous owner, Alloy Development, listed the site for sale in late November.

"There were several bids, but he moved like lightning," said Robert Knakal, chairman of Massey Knakal Realty Services, which marketed the property.

On the site, which is vacant, Mr. Spitzer could build as much as 415,000 square feet and a mix of office space or hotel space and residential. Alloy had planned a large office tower and had been in talks with multiple large tenants that ended up going elsewhere.

Mr. Spitzer may try to cut deals with neighbors to expand the site since mid-block properties aren't as appealing corner ones.

One potential obstacle: the area's most active developer, Related, has a deal to buy the property just to the west of Mr. Spitzer's site.

"Related is a good company, so we'll see what happens," Mr. Spitzer said, adding he could build without expanding the property. "They obviously are the 800-pound gorilla."
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Thats two 700ft'rs. The other one being "470 11th Ave".
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Hudson Yards Is Gonna Get Another 700-Foot-Tall Tower
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A developer is planning a 700-foot-tall tower for the Hudson Yards area—the second in as many days announced for that swath of the far West Side. Here's the down-low on this one, as per Crain's: Maddd Equities (yes, with that many d's) just secured a parcel on the northwest corner of Tenth Avenue and 35th Street and plans to erect a 415,000-foot-structure there. The lower levels will contain a high-end hotel or office space, while apartments would occupy the upper floors. The developer is also working on a hotel project across the street at 450 Tenth Avenue, which will be a Four Points Sheraton, as well as a 140-unit rental in Long Island City.
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Yet another 700-foot West Side tower unveiled

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A huge building boom is gaining steam in Hudson Yards, the neighborhood west of Penn Station where millions of square feet of commercial and residential space are already rising. Maddd Equities, a real estate firm that has developed several residential projects in the city, has signed a 99-year lease for a site on the northwest corner of West 35th Street and 10th Avenue. There it plans to build a 415,000-square-foot tower as tall as 700 feet, that would include either hotel or office space on the lower floors and residential units above.
"There's going to be a residential component and we're strongly looking at hotel and possibly office space as well," said Eli Weiss, an executive at Maddd Equities. "Everyone right now is buying up parcels in this area and figuring out the best mix for maximizing their value."
Mr. Weiss said he could not disclose how much the firm is paying for the leasehold that gives them control of the development parcel.
The deal comes as the firm is about to break ground on a hotel project just across the street at 450 10th Ave. That project, Mr. Weiss said, will be a Four Points Sheraton Hotel. Mr. Weiss explained that the hotel the firm may develop at 451 10th Ave. would likely be a higher-end brand.
The deal is among several large development transactions that have been signed in the Hudson Yards area recently. As Crain's reported Thursday, the development firm Black House, just acquired 470 11th Ave. where it plans to raise a 700-foot tall hotel and residential condo tower.
Former governor Eliot Spitzer also just bought a parcel late last year next door to Maddd Equities' purchase, 511 W. 35th St. for $88 million, according to reports. It is rumored that Mr. Spitzer has been exploring a deal to expand that parcel by buying neighboring properties, including the building just to the north of Maxxx Equities' site. A spokeswoman for Mr. Spitzer declined to comment on that deal.
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The Hudson Yards is hot, hot, hot. Everyone wants to build there, and they want to do it now.
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....The buzz around Hudson Yards is like a snowball rolling downhill, it cannot be stopped, even though a few years from now there will still be just one train line servicing more than 20 million visitors, workers and residents per year and a significant requirement for additional infrastructure.

The cranes are up and big credit tenants are contemplating that location. All the savvy buyers who invested near the proposed Moynihan Station development and now the Hudson Yards find the value of their buildings rising with the tide.

...Outside of the United States, try to name 10 countries that are not in the midst of some sort of economic or political chaos. Investors from around the world are seeking preservation of their capital. Many are moving their wealth to New York because New York is the safest big city in the U.S. America is a free society and New York has a sophisticated, multicultural environment. As exciting as New York is, it can also be calm and consistent. And that is a big plus for worldwide investors.
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And that article hints at a third tower in the area. And this one might be something much taller.

The Spitzer family (yeah, the former Governor's family) was one of the most prolific NYC developers back in the 60's and 70's. They're trying to be major developers again, and own the adjacent site, where yet another hotel-residential tower is supposedly planned.

The article mentions they're trying to buy an adjacent site, which would greatly increase their development rights. They currently can build something around the same size/height as these recent 700-foot announcements, but if they combine with the adjacent site, they could build something much bigger/taller. We'll see.
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This will area will have lots of buildings over 700' come 2020 +

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And that article hints at a third tower in the area. And this one might be something much taller.

The Spitzer family (yeah, the former Governor's family) was one of the most prolific NYC developers back in the 60's and 70's. They're trying to be major developers again, and own the adjacent site, where yet another hotel-residential tower is supposedly planned.

The article mentions they're trying to buy an adjacent site, which would greatly increase their development rights. They currently can build something around the same size/height as these recent 700-foot announcements, but if they combine with the adjacent site, they could build something much bigger/taller. We'll see.

You can read more about that particular saga here...

http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=197464
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Spitzer may expand his lot on his own terms...

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Another big West Side site could go for $100M
Eliot Spitzer, meanwhile, wants to expand his footprint at nearby 511 West 35th St.

BY DANIEL GEIGER
APRIL 14, 2014 12:54 P.M.


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And late last year, former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer, bought 511 W. 35th St., a development site that Crain’s has learned he is now trying to expand by acquiring the neighboring parcel on the southwest corner of West 36th Street and 10th Avenue.
The property he is referring to is 465 10th Avenue (corner of 10th & 36th). On that note, we may as well change the thread title to 511-517 West 35th St because the 450 Hudson Blvd proposal is probably history.
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If Spitzer expands his site, it will wrap around this one...


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As Crain’s reported last week, developer Sean Ludwick is acquiring a collection of adjacent parcels across the street from the Jacob K. Javits Center at 470 11th Ave. Mr. Ludwick plans to raise a 700-foot mixed-use tower.

Another developer, Maddd Equities, also just signed a long-term lease for 451 10th Ave., a parcel on the corner of West 35th Street where it too could build a 700-foot mixed-use building.

And late last year, former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer, bought 511 W. 35th St., a development site that Crain’s has learned he is now trying to expand by acquiring the neighboring parcel on the southwest corner of West 36th Street and 10th Avenue.
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Another big West Side site could go for $100M
Eliot Spitzer, meanwhile, wants to expand his footprint at nearby 511 West 35th St.

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The property he is referring to is 465 10th Avenue (corner of 10th & 36th). On that note, we may as well change the thread title to 511-517 West 35th St because the 450 Hudson Blvd proposal is probably history.
I agree.

These developers are eager to build on their lots it seems. I think if Related won, they would've included a large office component to this site and that would be left as is until 2027. They have quite a lot on their plate as it is.
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I came across this today at 511 West 35th:


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the placeholders which have been rendered onto this development might just end up being better than whatever gets built... lol.
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Definitely caisson rebar, but the lot is probably just being used for storage by another project.
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