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Old Posted Apr 16, 2015, 3:17 PM
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While escalating prices are a bad thing, zoning limitations and historic districts are quickly turning the Lower East Side into one of the only parts of New York City where attractive and occasionally avant-garde architecture is legitimately feasible. YIMBY can now reveal the design for one of the neighborhood’s dwindling number of development sites, at 57 Orchard Street, where DXA Studio is designing a 15-story condominium tower.

When reached for comment, DXA said the project is indeed moving forward. The design features a “razor-sharp copper-clad facade,” which “is a contemporary foil to the turn of the century context, and at night the perforated facade will be a back-lit lantern that will highlight the activity inside.

The renderings show the copper-clad tower rising over its historic neighbors, which will be restored under a larger redevelopment plan. While exact specifics are not yet available, the tower will comprise just under 24,000 square feet of space, most of which will be for condominiums.

The assemblage extends to 59-63 Orchard Street, as well as to 319 Grand Street, with the entirety selling for $27 million back in 2013, per The Real Deal. Orchard Street Equities was the buyer, but the Great Neck-based Continental Worsteds is the actual developer.
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MacQuesten Development LLC and New York State Homes and Community Renewal have announced a new $31.5 million mixed use Transit-Oriented Development for downtown Mount Vernon.

The Modern, to be built on a former industrial area, will include 80 affordable rental apartments and approximately 9,400 s/f of commercial, possible medical use and office space on the first two floors. Construction began this past December. An opening is scheduled for fall 2016.
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Old Posted Apr 20, 2015, 9:11 AM
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Emporis updated their stats: (Impressed too as they got many previously not listed high rises)

1) 152 skyscrapers / high rises u/c
2) 176 ... / ... planned
3) 6792 high rises/skyscrapers existing

Currently Existing:

1) 6003 highrises (Based on the definition and range of height)

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2) 789 Skyscrapers (Based on definition of skyscraper and range of height)

Total: 6792 highrises and skyscrapers

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Edit: Added extra cities to get an idea ::

Jersey City: 184 high rises and skyscrapers
Newark: 163 ... and ....
Hoboken: 41
Guttenberg: 4
Fort Lee: 38
Union City: 10
West New York: 14
Edgewater: 6
Fairview: 2
Elizabeth: 26
Yonkers: 51

t(NYC + satellites) = 7280 skyscrapers/high rises *

* High Rises comprising most of the numbers, especially for the Gold Coast. Does not include planned or u/c, this is for existing.

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Because rental-to-condo conversions, church-to-condo conversions, and hotel-to-condo conversions are just not enough for this city, take a gander at 101 Wall Street. The teaser site for building, formerly known as 99 Wall, just launched. The Claremont Group is turning its offices into 52 apartments, with interiors by in-demand Dutch designer Piet Boon. Sales are slated to launch this spring, but pricing is TBD.
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A new sales team and an interior redesign is all that Naftali Group's new Upper West Side condo development needed to jump-start sales. In stark contrast to its initial launch last year—when the apartments sat on the market for several months—within the past 11 days, nearly half of the units have gone into contract for a total of $70 million.

The developer first launched the 25-unit building at 210 W. 77th St., between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue, in September. But after nearly four months without a single sale, Naftali pulled the apartments off the market and shut down the project's website. The lack of interest was partially due to the slowdown in the luxury condo market, resulting from a glut of pricey apartments that gave buyers more options.
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Developer Argo Real Estate is moving forward with plans to convert the tony 16-story rental building at 360 Central Park West into luxury condos, and YIMBY has a rendering and a few details on their plans. CetraRuddy Architects will craft the interiors for the revamped 146-unit building, which will sport a mix of one to four-bedrooms, according to the project’s new teaser site.

Designed by Rosario Candela, the high-rise at the northern corner of Central Park West and 96th Street was originally built in 1929 to replace the then-25-year-old Second Presbyterian Church. While the 1893 Romanesque building was demolished, the church has lived on in the building’s ground floor, occupying a sanctuary and classroom space that faces West 96th Street.
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Aside from 130 Mount Vernon, a lot of the mid-rises we've seen on this thread lately are pretty top notch.
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That West 77th building is just unbelieveably beautiful. The Upper East and West Sides really take the crown for incredible contextual projects. Each one enhances the signature built environments of these neighborhoods moreso even then the last.
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Updated Renderings from FXFOWLE: 44-28 Purves Street

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Rendering for project in post #8 (1st page): 207 West 79th Street



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Anbau Enterprises closed on 207 West 79th Street — a site next to the landmarked Lucerne Hotel on the Upper West Side, where the developer plans to build a 13-story condominium — for $39 million, according to property records filed with the city today.

Carlton Management and AMJ Equities are the sellers of the 10,437-square-foot site, which holds more than 104,000 buildable square feet.
In October, Anbau received approval from the Landmarks Preservation Commission to build its new structure at the location. Earlier, the LPC rejected the developer’s plan to build a 16-story building, saying it included unnecessary balconies and was too tall.

Earlier this month, Anbau filed an application to demolish the existing, five-story apartment building that occupies the site.
Morris Adjmi is designing the new building. After knocking off 30 feet from the original design, the condominium will stand 18 feet shorter than the Lucerne, Curbed reported.

The new building will block the Lucerne’s west-facing windows. In the blocks surrounding the new development, at least three other buildings are being replaced with new luxury developments.
Note: This use to be a 16 floor proposal. Now its 13.
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Despite the construction boom that includes roughly a dozen towers of fifty floors or more, Long Island City is still relatively lacking in name-brand hotel projects. That is about to change in a big way, and YIMBY can now reveal the first renderings of the new Dream Hotel coming to 9-03 44th Road, just a block in from the East River waterfront.

The 13-story building will have 199 rooms spread over 84,600 square feet, and Stephen B. Jacobs is designing. The property was originally supposed to have 128 rooms, but it’s possible the first permits were filed to avoid the new building code that took effect after December 31st. Even with the changes, the most recent plan exam was disapproved just last week.

The old warehouse at 9-03 44th Road takes up the entire block, and it appears that a sliver of the structure will be preserved and integrated into the new design, which will position the hotel tower above a very large one-story base. Above, there will be a 10,000 square foot event space.
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1) Original building at the site is 16 floors
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Rendering added for: 1047 Amsterdam Avenue

Original Post: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...5&postcount=13 (Down the list, we can see a schematic and mass model for 1047 Amsterdam)


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The site at 70 Charlton Street in Hudson Square has seen several proposed configurations, but it appears that Extell has finally settled on two 21-story towers as depicted in the most recent zoning diagrams, which are now accompanied by renderings from the project’s teaser website.

While the zoning diagrams finally show the project’s setup, the renderings are lacking the depiction of the project’s overview. Still, it’s clear that architect Beyer Blinder Belle is designing something that will be contextual to the surrounds, which is dominated by pre-war industrial structures.

The facade appears to feature dark red brick interspersed with a metallic element, as well as large gridded windows. The look is a definite departure from the aesthetic of Extell’s developments further north, like 217 West 57th Street, One57, and the Diamond Exchange Tower, all of which are (or will be) very glassy.

The development will be split between two components, the larger of which will face Charlton Street and have 72 units. The smaller building on Vandam will have 44, with each floor split between two apartments. The project will also be 20% affordable.
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New tower proposed at 126 Madison Avenue.

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The project will include 522 one- and two-bedroom rental apartments in two 160-foot-tall buildings, 11,000 square feet of retail space for shops along the boardwalk, and a promenade with café tables, benches and other amenities.

The apartments, which will rent for $2,275 to $3,575, will be marketed to young professionals and empty-nesters. The project is expected to attract 800 to 900 new residents and generate $4.8 million in tax revenue per year for the city and the school district, iStar officials said last year.
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