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Tishman's Spire site ...

http://www.crainsnewyork.com/article...k-a-big-tenant

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The firm has met with Deutsche Bank to pitch to the European financial giant the opportunity to become the anchor tenant in what could be an over 80-story tower.
With 80+ New York office floors they could do a lot. 1 Vanderbilt is 65 floors and 1,414' roof / 1,514' spire. So with a large crown and spire this could break 1,600'.
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[QUOTE=hunser;6976726]Tishman's Spire site ...

http://www.crainsnewyork.com/article...k-a-big-tenant


Wasn't this article published back in May 2014? Didn't Tishman instead announce a "measly" 61 floor building just 2 months later?
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Tishman's Spire site ...

http://www.crainsnewyork.com/article...k-a-big-tenant


Wasn't this article published back in May 2014? Didn't Tishman instead announce a "measly" 61 floor building just 2 months later?
Yea I wouldn't get too exited about the 80+ story figure, the 61 story one is the most recent

Hudson spire site might be lame, let's hope they step up their game
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^ I guess we still have to wait for more info. To be honest, we don't know much about Tishman's plans for the Spire site. I just hope it breaks the HY plateau, i.e. be at least 100 feet taller than the North Tower.
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^ I guess we still have to wait for more info. To be honest, we don't know much about Tishman's plans for the Spire site. I just hope it breaks the HY plateau, i.e. be at least 100 feet taller than the North Tower.
At 61 floors it would need a big architectural element for that.

We'll have to wait and see. I would be great if it did end up 80+ floors of all office especially.
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Douglas Elliman, Miller Samuel 1Q15 report: http://www.scribd.com/doc/260581228/...el-1Q15-report

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Quarterly Manhattan condo and co-op sales report.
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Douglas Elliman, Miller Samuel 1Q15 report: http://www.scribd.com/doc/260581228/...el-1Q15-report
I see sales are down 20%
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This could lead to some very tall towers:

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Religious Landmarks Seek Wider Reach To Sell Their Air Rights

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Three Midtown landmarks may be able to transfer their extremely valuable, unused air rights under a new plan being floated by the religious institutions along with the city and the Archdiocese of New York. Central Synagogue, St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church, and St. Patrick's Cathedral—which alone has enough unused air rights to construct a tower as tall as the Chrysler Building atop of it—are in talks to develop a plan that would help the institutions transfer their air rights to farther away, less built-out areas east of Fifth Avenue, the Wall Street Journal reports. As it is now, the city only allows air rights to be transferred to buildings next door, across the street, or catty corner to the landmark. The plan for a plan is backed by Borough President Gale Brewer and Councilman Daniel Garodnick, who are both chairing a steering committee to look into the feasibility of Midtown East's rezoning, which would stop just short of the religious landmarks.

As it is now, the landmarks are surrounding by sites which have already reached their maximum building potential. The plan would allow the landmarks to sell their air rights to sites farther away than is typically permitted. Former programs have been put in place to aid the transfer of landmarks air rights across development sites; In 1968, the city created such a program but it was accompanied by a rigorous formal review process that deterred developers. Other groups have proposed restructuring the sale of landmarks' air rights in the recent past.

The ability to sell their air rights would help the institutions finance routine maintenance and other fixes to their aging properties. The air rights over St. Patrick's alone likely value in the hundreds of millions of dollars. Now that's a lot of spackling paste.

City Planning Director Carl Weisbrod announced a broad review of the buildings' air rights at a conference held by the Department of City Planning and the Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute of Baruch College several weeks ago.
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^ Midtown East could eclipse the Hudson Yards when we talk about height. 1Vandy is already a whopping 1,515 feet. And 335 Madison Ave is making claims to go even taller ...

Some cool renderings of 111W57th:

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http://www.yimbynews.com/2015/04/new...enderings.html



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I'm psyched over that NY Times article on 30 Central Park South. If that site gets bought by the developers for adjacent 36 CPS, we could easily see the city's tallest (and probably most expensive) tower.

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/07/ny...rket.html?_r=0
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I'm psyched over that NY Times article on 30 Central Park South. If that site gets bought by the developers for adjacent 36 CPS, we could easily see the city's tallest (and probably most expensive) tower.

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/07/ny...rket.html?_r=0
Yes, it has a lot of potential and could yield a 100 story tower.

We already know of this vision: http://www.ajsny.com/36centralparks/

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Proposal for replacement of The Witkoff Group's existing Park Lane Hotel property with a 100 storey residential tower.
Of course this is not a serious proposal.
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New potential supertall at "426-432 East 58th Street"

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Another one? You've got to be kidding me

I like this one. Any word on floor count?
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Another one? You've got to be kidding me

I like this one. Any word on floor count?
Well "potential" meaning it may if they utilize extra air rights. The rendering shows ~900 foot tower, but this may inch over the 300m mark. Design-Mind said he counted 73 floors.
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Great news!
I really like it ... although a box, there's something charming about the building. Also love how the tower meets the street, typically New York.

I'll update the 1st page.
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NY seriously gets a new major project like once a week
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NY seriously gets a new major project like once a week
Sometimes I get this feeling where I think I'm on a New York forum. NYC just dominates. I can hardly keep track of the massive amount of New York projects popping up in the last years. There's just no time to follow other cities ...
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See Zapatan, another day ... another supertall for New York!

http://www.yimbynews.com/2015/04/fir...-district.html

First Look: 42 Trinity Place, Another Supertall Coming to the Financial District

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Plans have the building rising 80 stories and 1,015 feet, though another tipster notes the tower could go even higher.


New York is unstoppable ... soon 1,000 feet will become the norm in the city. Crazy times.

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See Zapatan, another day ... another supertall for New York!

http://www.yimbynews.com/2015/04/fir...-district.html

First Look: 42 Trinity Place, Another Supertall Coming to the Financial District





New York is unstoppable ... soon 1,000 feet will become the norm in the city. Crazy times.

LOL this is cool, wondered if 125 greenwich street gets built. And now there is another proposal. I was in NY in 2013 and now its not even 2 years since then and how the skyline changed and is still changing. I remember walking around hudson yards, it wasnt much then, now its full of cranes and various machines. NY is really experiencing the biggest skyscraper boom and other US cities as well however not so intense of course. Looking forward to see it again in june.
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