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well, its still avalon-bayish, but at least it looks a lot better than their usual people box/college dorm room style crap.
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SOM-Designed 1865 Broadway Tops Out On The Upper West Side



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The Upper West Side is typically off-limits to developments of major substance, which is why the recent news regarding progress on new-tallest-towers for the neighborhood at 200 Amsterdam Avenue and 50 West 66th Street is particularly positive. But in between those two towers, on the corner of West 61st Street and Broadway, YIMBY has reported extensively on 1865 Broadway, a 33-story residential tower designed by Skidmore, Owings, & Merrill, which has now reached its rooftop.

As seen in the latest images of progress, the ceiling heights increase alongside the tower’s rise, which means the uppermost units will be particularly lofty. The project’s location just two blocks northwest of Columbus Circle also means that units adjacent to Broadway will enjoy fairly sweeping views up and down the street, even with the impressive surrounding density.

Completion of 1865 Broadway is likely by 2019. While topping-out only occurred a few weeks ago, much exterior work remains to be completed, though the facade is now rising.
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New Renderings of Avalon Bay's Upper West Side Tower; JLL Tapped to Market its 70K of Retail Space





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On Broadway, between Columbus Circle and Lincoln Center rises AvalonBay Communities' latest project: a 33-floor, 172-unit building to host condos, rentals and more than 70,000 square feet of retail in its podium. Addressed at 1865 Broadway, the Skidmore Owings & Merrill-designed tower anchors the southwest corner of West 61st Street, a block north from The Shops at Columbus Circle and a half-block west of Central Park. The tower replaces the 12-story former headquarter building of the American Bible Society, which AvalonBay purchased for $300M in early 2015.

Late last year, we announced that the building topped out its 416-foot superstructure. As crews begin to enclose its concrete frame, new signage has been installed over the sidewalk scaffolding announcing that 70,000 square feet of retail are up for grabs on the building's lower floors. JLL has been tapped to market the spaces which span four levels: the first and second floors in addition to two underground floors.

According to the marketing brochure, the retail spaces will have 247-feet of double-height wraparound frontages, a ground-floor with 20-foot-high ceilings, and a 2,000-square-foot outdoor terrace at the second level's northwest corner. The team says a variety of uses could occupy the space(s), which can range from 1,900-SF to the entire 70,000-SF offering.
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I preferred the previous design. This isn't bad, just straight out of the 70s. I guess they took inspiration from Lincoln Center.

Edit: This previous design with the fins at the crown.
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It looks like the facade will be limestone. It should be beautiful.
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1865 Broadway’s Façade Installation Begins, Upper West Side



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The Upper West Side isn’t home to much new development, but that hasn’t stopped the rise of 1865 Broadway, the most substantial structure currently nearing completion in the neighborhood. Now, the 33-story residential tower is finally starting to see its SOM-designed concrete paneling installed along the lower floors, and the result is proving an increasingly attractive addition to the cityscape.

The 416-foot tall tower yields 34,000 square feet of retail space on the lower levels, along with 236,530 square feet of residential space up above. 160 apartments will be created, averaging nearly 1,500 square feet apiece.

1865 Broadway will include rentals alongside condominiums. Units looking over Broadway will benefit from the thoroughfare’s wide footprint, giving views more expansive than the average building, especially toward Midtown.
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It looks like the facade will be limestone. It should be beautiful.
I believe it's terra cotta.
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The renderings show corner columns but they aren't building them.
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I love this resurgence we’ve been seeing of terra cotta/masonry facades the past couple of years. It really adds some much-needed color and texture to the increasingly cool and glassy cityscape.
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