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Old Posted Apr 28, 2012, 11:15 AM
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Most of The other residential towers will have interesting, oval shapes too and will probably be quite tall.
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Old Posted Apr 28, 2012, 11:56 AM
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Wow very nice design! You guy's in NYC really have it made with all these great projects you keep getting. Reminds me of Museum Tower in Dallas a bit, just way bigger and better.
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I'm starting to like this tower a lot. I hope they don't change it too much. A complete rendering with the other 3 towers of the first phase would be cool.
It's slightly turned away from the river, probably situated to get the best views, and the best part seems to be facing inwards.


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Yea i really like this tower, but i hope they can implement a way to show theres an office there yet keep a flowing design at the bottom.

Is it just me or does this tower remind you of a londonish building, i feel like it would fit in perfectly there, very curvy and glassy.
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Old Posted Apr 30, 2012, 12:25 PM
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I'm sure they could do it better, but I believe that lower portion is also meant to keep the tower intact with the street grid. You don't really need it on the other sides.
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Yea i really like this tower, but i hope they can implement a way to show theres an office there yet keep a flowing design at the bottom.

Is it just me or does this tower remind you of a londonish building, i feel like it would fit in perfectly there, very curvy and glassy.
I'm glad it is not another box. Very Asian looking IMO.
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Love this tower, can't wait for it to start rising.
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NYC is gonna blow peoples minds by decades end.
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NYC is gonna blow peoples minds by decades end.
not like it hasn't since the 1940's.
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Would be great if this was added to the database and a diagram made for it
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Old Posted Aug 6, 2012, 8:11 PM
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This is likely the tower reportedly being designed by David Childs.
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Old Posted Aug 7, 2012, 3:26 PM
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This is likely the tower reportedly being designed by David Childs.
I wonder how much the design will be altered, but I'm not concerned since Childs is in charge.

This one also needs to be added to the New York diagram, it doesn't even show up as a blank on it and I can't seem to find it on the development map either.
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Looks like this could be jumpstarted next year...

http://www.businessweek.com/news/201...on-by-mid-2013

Related to Start Second Hudson Yards Portion by Mid-2013

By David M. Levitt
September 12, 2012

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The portion of the project to start next year will include a second office tower and a 750,000-square-foot retail complex, along with a hotel and some residential units, he said. Both eastern sections should be completed by 2017, according to Ross.
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Now walk north, back across the plaza and past a still-to-be-designed café pavilion, and you come to another tower with a textured exterior—vertical folds with stone on one side and glass on the other, as if a palazzo had merged with a modernist shaft. Actually, the building is even more hybridized than that. David Childs, the architect of the Time Warner Center and One World Trade Center, had to shoehorn a large Equinox gym plus offices, an orthopedic hospital, a sports emporium, a hotel, and a condominium into a curved base and a slender tube. “Hudson Yards is a city within a city. This tower is a city within a city—within a city,” he says.
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definitely supertall.
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change height to 300m+
according to this it's > 1017 ft (height of Coach Tower in this rendering)



Related Brochure: http://www.related.com/HudsonYards/i...20Brochure.pdf


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I think David Childs has altered his design since that early rendering, possibly giving an extra setback on the tower side. It's also been bulked up a bit. It will likely be taller than One57.


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About 35 minutes in, its explained that this will be the Equinox Tower...


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A condo-hotel will also rise at the largest development site: the 26-acre parcel over the rail yards itself, where the Related Companies and Oxford Properties are slated to construct more than a dozen towers, or almost 13 million square feet.

To be located at West 33rd Street and 11th Avenue, the tower is being designed by One World Trade Center architect David Childs and is scheduled to be completed by 2017. It will include a 200-room hotel along with office and retail, according to a source at Related.
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