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Old Posted Sep 18, 2017, 6:20 PM
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I love the skew happening with the crown, especially at night.

PS: What's rising next to 383 Mad/former Bear Sterns?
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^ Remake.


I love that this site always has a few people looking in.


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"It's somewhat analog nature to the ESB,
but with a twist will surely make it a compeer with the legends.
It defines the peaks, the crows, the intimidating nature that is gotham.
Surely will be a staple in the skyline silhouette as dusk settles."
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good one chris . .
I will thank God for each & every one of the
14 hundred and one feet of this beautiful thing . .
especially that last foot . .
I got all worried when I read recently that OneV. was going to be
ALMOST as tall as the ESB . . my heart sank . .
it sent me scurrying here to SSP to get the real dope . .
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http://nypost.com/2017/09/19/consult...-large-tenant/

Consulting firm could be One Vanderbilt’s next large tenant

By Lois Weiss
September 19, 2017


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The 1,400-foot-tall One Vanderbilt now rising next to Grand Central Terminal may finally have its second large tenant.

Sources advise that McKinsey & Co. is seriously looking at a lease for 250,000 square feet through its CBRE brokers.

To date, the 1.7- million-square-foot One Vanderbilt has just a single announced office deal: its 200,000-square-foot anchor tenant, TD Bank. It has also snared a restaurant deal with Daniel Boulud. Both deals were first reported by The Post.

Representatives of the developers, SL Green Realty Corp., the National Pension Service of Korea and Hines, have previously told analysts they are “trading paper” with several firms and expect to end up with two to three tenants in the range of 100,000 to 200,000 square feet, with the remaining space going to single-floor tenants.

While taking rents at the top of the building will be higher, some deals lower down could end up ranging from the $130s to $140s per square foot, sources said.
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What kind of companies will take the space vacated by these firms that are moving around to newer offices? Any examples. I'm wondering will older offices be redeveloped or sit empty for a while?
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Old Posted Sep 21, 2017, 12:19 AM
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What kind of companies will take the space vacated by these firms that are moving around to newer offices? Any examples. I'm wondering will older offices be redeveloped or sit empty for a while?
Mainly the companies that don't take the newest or top of the line office space the city has to offer, (or most expensive) which would be the majority. Some older buildings do get a makeover. We've seen a few around 1 Vandy. And just take a look at what's going on over the west side of Sixth Avenue.

Here's an idea of what a more typical lease might look like...
http://nypost.com/2017/09/19/immigra...1400-broadway/
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Old Posted Sep 21, 2017, 2:29 AM
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Thanks. Yeah, I hope that some of the older offices are redeveloped in time too like the Foster on Park Ave.
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It looks as though this building and many if not all the buildings in Hudson Yards are being built in the same way as the old WTC was built after watching a documentary about how they were built. Why would they do that?
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^That could warrant a whole paragraph of response. The short is no they're not built in the same way. Virtually all large office buildings now are built with dense cores (Usually concrete, sometimes steel or both) and column exteriors. WTC did not have beams connecting these systems, but lightweight trusses. This is the critical difference.

30 HY uses a steel core because the building sits directly on top of train tracks.
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the video clip of people looking in is pretty funny. this is probably the only construction site where non-ssp type geeks, in other words most people lol, even bother to stop and take notice of what is going on (the highline doesn't count because those views are forced on park goers).
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the video clip of people looking in is pretty funny. this is probably the only construction site where non-ssp type geeks, in other words most people lol, even bother to stop and take notice of what is going on (the highline doesn't count because those views are forced on park goers).

I've been noticing that. I don't know if it's because of a lack of high profile projects in that area, or the rare full block site. But people are certainly into it. I feel good about that.
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http://nypost.com/2017/09/26/one-van...ey-new-tenant/

One Vanderbilt gets a pricey new tenant

By Steve Cuozzo
September 26, 2017


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One Vanderbilt has signed its first office tenants since TD Bank came on board two years ago — inking a deal with DZ Bank and its affiliate, DVB Bank, the No. 2 bank in Germany.

The firms signed separate leases for the tower’s entire 26th floor, a combined 35,550 square feet, sources said.

Asking rents were $135 a square foot.

SL Green’s $3.1 billion tower recently began vertical construction in Midtown Manhattan, next to bustling Grand Central Terminal.

The bank leases come at an important time for the project, which has been looking for office-lease momentum ever since ground was broken.

SL Green also scored a coup in April by signing superchef Daniel Boulud for an 11,000-square-foot restaurant complex on One Vanderbilt’s second floor, overlooking East 42nd Street.

“It’s a unique space,” Boulud told The Post at the time. It will boast a 110- foot-high ceiling at the ground-floor entrance and a bar that will seem to be “floating in space.”

At the sidewalk level of the KPF-designed tower, Boulud will also have an Épicerie Boulud grab-and-go outlet — just like the ones he operates at the World Trade Center and near Lincoln Center.

TD Bank’s lease is for 200,000 square feet.

My colleague Lois Weiss reported earlier this month that McKinsey & Co. is “seriously” looking at a lease for 250,000 square feet through its CBRE brokers.



http://www.businesswire.com/news/hom...Green-Signs-DZ

One Vanderbilt Gains Momentum as SL Green Signs DZ BANK and DVB Bank, Two of Germany’s Leading Financial Institutions

September 26, 2017


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Deutsche Zentral-Genossenschaftsbank (“DZ BANK”) and DVB Bank SE (“DVB Bank”) have signed new leases to locate their New York offices at One Vanderbilt Avenue, the 58-story skyscraper currently being constructed next to Grand Central Terminal. Each tenant signed separate, 15-year leases which in combination cover the entire 26th floor of 35,382 square feet. DZ BANK and DVB will join TD Bank, which has signed on to anchor approximately 200,000 square feet of space in One Vanderbilt. Signed three years before opening, these leases build on One Vanderbilt’s momentum and further solidify its status as the premier new office destination in New York for leading companies from around the world.

One Vanderbilt construction is on schedule for completion in 2020. Since SL Green broke ground on the 1,401 foot building in October 2016, workers have poured 4,200 cubic yards of concrete into the building’s foundation, which marked the largest single continuous pour in New York City history. After foundation work was completed, steel erection began in July 2017 and will utilize 25,000 tons of domestically-fabricated structural steel. To date, over 1,500 tons of steel has been erected and steel fabrication has been completed through the 39th floor. Two tower cranes are now fully operational and the steel superstructure is now rising above grade.

Designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF) Associates, One Vanderbilt will anchor the modernization of the Midtown business district, encompassing an entire city block, bounded by Madison and Vanderbilt Avenues to the west and east, and East 43rd and East 42nd Streets to the north and south. Expected to achieve both LEED Gold under version 4.0 and WELL certification, the trophy tower will feature floor-to-ceiling slab heights ranging from 14'6" to 24', column-free floor plates, stunning 360-degree views through floor-to-ceiling windows and best-in-class infrastructure. It will provide tenants with a combination of amenities unrivaled in New York City, including a 30,000-square-foot tenant-only amenity floor with outdoor terrace. In partnership with celebrated Chef Daniel Boulud, One Vanderbilt will offer a world-class 11,000 square-foot restaurant with private dining opportunities. Immediately adjacent to the city's most important transit hub, One Vanderbilt will provide direct connection to the Grand Central Terminal transit network.
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I've been noticing that. I don't know if it's because of a lack of high profile projects in that area, or the rare full block site. But people are certainly into it. I feel good about that.
I have to imagine it has to do with the sheer size of the project - the base it roughly 1WTC in size.

Hopefully, the majesty and quality of this project takes the wind out of NIMBY sails, and makes future similar projects easier to pursue...
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