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Old Posted Jan 12, 2014, 1:11 AM
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75 floors and residential - this could be a very tall building.
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So, they are buying the empty lot and both 90 and 94 Fulton buildings for 7 mln total? I am not an expert on real estate prices but that sounds too good to be true
I doubt that's the total price, but the empty lot is where they were planning the smaller tower. The project expanded to the two sites on either side before growing even larger.
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...New renderings from SHoP Architects reveal that a 50-story combination hotel and condominium next to Pier 17 is in the works, as reported recently by the New York Times. And even more development is planned: Just up the block, a 75-story tower is going up at 92 Fulton St., developed by The Mavrix Group.
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Any idea what is going on with the building in the back- renovation/demolition?
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Any idea what is going on with the building in the back- renovation/demolition?
Looks like renovation.
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that foot and body rub joint is sure to become less relaxing as the pile driving ensues.
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that foot and body rub joint is sure to become less relaxing as the pile driving ensues.
There's more of that to go around...
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Looks like this could include a total of 7 properties...


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OK, this may be straying slightly from the Seaport, but we would be remiss not to mention the Mavrix Group’s planned 51-story, 96-unit, 114,000-square-foot condo planned on Fulton Street, between Gold and William only three blocks from the Seaport’s edge.

According to Wicomb, the developers are still considering adding “other parcels to make the project bigger.” (They’re looking at a total of seven parcels of land.) There won’t be a great deal of retail space, but there will probably be some.

“What we want to bring to market will be ultra high-end for an affordable price,” says Wicomb.

When the project is finished in 2016, it will hope to command $2,000 per square foot.

And this isn’t Mavrix’s only building in the area. “We also have a project in the Seaport,” says Wicomb of a $10.5 million boutique condo closer to the water. As if we needed anything else to get excited about!
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I just can't shake off the feeling these guys are not for real but are simply trying to talk up the project and unload whatever air rights/properties they had acquired to some big developer. Let's see if my gut feel is right or these Mavrix group guys will prove me wrong.
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I just can't shake off the feeling these guys are not for real but are simply trying to talk up the project and unload whatever air rights/properties they had acquired to some big developer. Let's see if my gut feel is right or these Mavrix group guys will prove me wrong.
You are correct.
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I made a drawing for this tower: http://skyscraperpage.com/cities/?buildingID=102019
New York City diagram, on Page 2: http://skyscraperpage.com/diagrams/?cityID=8
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LOLz @ this 'tower'

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There's a slight Beekman tower inspiration going on here. Another piece of art being erected in the neighborhood. This, along with 56 Leonard Street will be:
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Is he a developer? I don't get it
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I'm excited for this project. Given the location, should be interesting impact on the skyline.
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I'm always curious to see what's happening in NY. But how come all the highrise project threads do not have the pertinent info on the very first post? I thought that was the skyscraperpage standard to include height, floors, renderings, etc.
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I'm always curious to see what's happening in NY. But how come all the highrise project threads do not have the pertinent info on the very first post? I thought that was the skyscraperpage standard to include height, floors, renderings, etc.
Probably because you often don't know height, floors, renderings.

In NYC there is no legal requirement to offer any of this to the public. You often don't know a building's height/floors until completion has ended, because building filings can change up until certificate of occupancy is granted.

And renderings aren't required at any stage of the process.
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