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Old Posted Jun 7, 2015, 2:05 PM
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Here's the translated version via the translate feature. Looks like its just stores. Square meters being the key. Although I'd be nice if it said 298 meter tower.

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CHICAGO PROJECT BEGINS NEXT YEAR

Timur From next year they will start again on a new project tells in Chicago, widths ranging from 44 LaSalle Street in the center of the housing 298 to 100 square meters and will be told the name of the NEF project will consist of two Chicago stores. From Timur, "the New York and Chicago to these projects we are partners with our own patents. We sell knowhow with Folder Home and design our systems. Land is they find it, we hang signs of whether we know how'u on this financing we provide partners." EUROPE 5, 3 Timur in the United States, noting that attracted the attention of fund work in the US, "a job well done with the real estate corporate finance that fund in the world. The building equity in Turkey is done with the money of the nation for a strong non-carriers. Next semester in London first including 5 metropolis in Europe, in the US we aim to NEF projects in three famous state, "he said.
     
     
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Thanks, Chris.

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Old Posted Jun 7, 2015, 3:52 PM
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Yup. That's why it sounds like Borat is talking. Worse is the translation feature for the Shenzhen projects I keep track of. Dyslexia paradise.

But yeah with Chrome, just right click and it will give the option to translate the page to English. But they've made good progress in implementing one.
     
     
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I love Borat. That guy is awesome!
     
     
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This towers design is one of my favorite of the boom. Although not tall compared to the monsters uptown, the design is innovative and fresh in an area that could do with inspiring modern architecture. I sincerely hope NY contnues down this road.
     
     
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Is there any updates on when they'll break ground?

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If they can truly execute that curtain wall with diagonal seems in the glass - and no visible vertical seems - this will be a truly unique tower.
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Wow that's one sexy tower!

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Agree! Glass running on the diagonal! Absolutely love it!
     
     
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I like that view.
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Looks like they change the location.
     
     
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^ I think it's just a crummy rendering. Notice the two taller buildings in the background that don't really exist. Probably one of those farmed out Chinese jobs.
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Damn, this building is sexy. Will be a great addition to the neighborhood.
     
     
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Midtown site once primed for skinny tower back on the market
The future of Turkish developer Nef’s plans for the East 37th Street site are up in the air

January 25, 2016
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A Midtown site once slated to be developed into a skinny 700-foot residential tower is back on the market, The Real Deal has learned.

The site, at 12-14 East 37th Street, has a small 51 by 100-feet footprint but is not subject to any height restrictions, meaning it could become the latest slender spire on the Manhattan skyline.

Turkish development firm Nef announced last year that the tower would be its first foray into the New York market. It even tapped architecture firm Perkins + Will to design a show-stopping, superslim tower, which included built-in parks and even an outdoor cinema.

But its deal for the site never closed and its ongoing interest in the site is uncertain. A spokesperson for the company was not immediately available for comment.

Ackman Ziff’s Jason Meister, David Robinov and David Borden are now marketing the site for sale again. They declined to provide an asking price but industry insiders said the parcel is likely worth somewhere in the range of $65 million to $75 million.

“Sites with these kinds of central locations very rarely come on the market,” Meister said.

The brokers declined to comment on the identity of their client but public records indicate that the owner is Morris Bildirici, whose family has owned the property since the late 1980s.

The site could be developed as either a condo or a hotel.

Nef had planned 65 apartments, ranging from 400-square-foot studios to 1,800-square-foot floor-through units.

- See more at: http://therealdeal.com/2016/01/25/76....zvkCrj1G.dpuf

     
     
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Well there goes that...
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Jr was right again

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The existing building still stands. It's pretty small and could come down quickly. If suspect that the Turks will need a local partner in order to secure financing.

Given problems with the Turkish economy, the Developer might even try to flip this site.
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I think its a blessing in disguise. Hopefully a prominent developer like Extell, Vornado or Stern can jump on this site.

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Well there goes that...
I wouldn't worry. This site has potential. Something bigger will rise here. In this boom, a 700 footer can be lost, for a brief time, but we have so much going on that this tower is nada.
     
     
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