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Old Posted Oct 29, 2018, 3:31 PM
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^ Cool thanks, although it seems they're taking forever with this one

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Height: Architectural 365.8 m / 1,200 ft
Height: Occupied 312.1 m / 1,024 ft
Height: To Tip 365.8 m / 1,200 ft
Floors Above Ground 68
Floors Below Ground 3
Tower GFA 34,526 m² / 371,635 ft²
# of Apartments 150

Nice, shall we update the title then? Especially since the elevations show the same.
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Old Posted Oct 29, 2018, 5:04 PM
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Nice, shall we update the title then? Especially since the elevations show the same.
It won't hurt.


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I just realized how incredibly narrow it is at the base, that's insane how it weeds its way between those buildings.
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^ i know, right? what is that broad street front? 100? 150 feet?
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The base is a little bland and underwhelming but the overall tower is top notch, especially skyline presence.
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^ i know, right? what is that broad street front? 100? 150 feet?
Also, there's a nice topographical map to find out elevation for various sections in this city.


Elevation map: http://en-us.topographic-map.com/pla...hattan-554568/


On a side note, all of Midtown East and Middle get a really nice boost.

Zoomout to see the whole country.
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Does anyone know if the developers got financing?
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Does anyone know if the developers got financing?


I believe neither 45 Broad nor 9 deKalb has full financing, and probably won't until the skyscraper is well above ground.
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Also, there's a nice topographical map to find out elevation for various sections in this city.


Elevation map: http://en-us.topographic-map.com/pla...hattan-554568/


On a side note, all of Midtown East and Middle get a really nice boost.

Zoomout to see the whole country.
That's awesome, thanks for sharing
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https://therealdeal.com/2018/12/17/c...condo-project/

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Gladstone is working on the most ambitious development project of his career: a $625 million supertall condo tower in the Financial District at 45 Broad Street. Madison is developing it with partners Pizzarotti Group, Gemdale Properties and AMS Acquisitions.

Despite holding a groundbreaking ceremony in April 2017, Gladstone and Madison have yet to land construction financing for the project.
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Despite holding a groundbreaking ceremony in April 2017, Gladstone and Madison have yet to land construction financing for the project.

As suspected. They probably won't get financing on this thing until it's already well out of the ground.
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As suspected. They probably won't get financing on this thing until it's already well out of the ground.
Hm, seems like that would be risky.


Does anyone have any recent pics of the site/is there a web cam?
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Hm, seems like that would be risky.

Only if you haven't been paying attention. Look around, a lot of these residential towers going up in the city don't get that kind of financing until they are well under construction. It's different from office construction where you would usually need a commitment from a tenant before a developer seeks financing.
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Only if you haven't been paying attention. Look around, a lot of these residential towers going up in the city don't get that kind of financing until they are well under construction. It's different from office construction where you would usually need a commitment from a tenant before a developer seeks financing.
Yeah. If you build it, they will come.
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Work Continues For 45 Broad Street, The Financial District’s First Impending Residential Supertall



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As of right now, there are two pile drivers, two excavators, and multiple large hollow pipes that are being pounded into the earth to form a stable foundation before the superstructure rises. Since excavation for 45 Broad started back in May, progress has been a little slow given the logistical difficulties of bringing materials in and out of the site. The front elevation sits along a section of Broad Street where vehicular traffic is limited, and must pass through a security checkpoint. The only other road that leads to the site is in the rear, accessible through a garage door that’s part of the residential tower at 15 William Street.

The bottom floors will have the main entrance, offices, and amenities. The residential units will start 240 feet above street level, and go up as high as 950 feet, before yielding to the sloped crown decorated with a weave of thin overlapping bronze panels. People living in the building will be able to see the entire skyline of Lower Manhattan, the confluence of the Hudson and East Rivers, Jersey City to the west, Brooklyn to the east, and views of the Verrazano Narrows Bridge to the south.

45 Broad’s position among the skyline will put it far enough from other tall buildings like 40 Wall Street, 60 Wall Street, 70 Pine Street and 20 Exchange Place, so that it stands unchallenged in both height and architectural design.

Completion of the project is expected around 2021, but that means vertical ascension has to happen sometime before next summer.
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Hate to be a downer, and hope to be proven wrong, but I'll believe this one when it's actually rising out of the ground.

Don't feel confident about it rising in this economic cycle/when it does rise, it will be significantly VE'd as a 700-800 foot blue glass box
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Old Posted Dec 28, 2018, 12:24 AM
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Right, I remember reading recently (if it was correct that is) that the luxury market in NYC is still doing really well.

Recessions are also normal, and not always catastrophic so who knows what'll happen.
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