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The virtual nexus of the planet's financial security is in this city.

Hardcore tenacity and the need to adapt are practically hardwired into it's existence...despite the obnoxious presence of some with access to power and authority to play the "irrational exhuberance" card...you know...NIMBY's.
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Looks like a party up there. Still has ways to go. As a comparison, the 86th floor of the ESB is 1,050 ft. Only 65 feet over what this tower is expected. With its bulk, will be quite monolithic. And we still have Phase II to look forward.
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Looks like a party up there. Still has ways to go. As a comparison, the 86th floor of the ESB is 1,050 ft. Only 65 feet over what this tower is expected. With its bulk, will be quite monolithic. And we still have Phase II to look forward.
I noticed some people looking up at it today, and I wanted to say, "yeah, it'll be a big one". But then I thought about everything going up behind it. Basically everything over there is going to be a "big one".
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I noticed some people looking up at it today, and I wanted to say, "yeah, it'll be a big one". But then I thought about everything going up behind it. Basically everything over there is going to be a "big one".
Everything from Moynihan west is big :-)
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1 MW high and above. Along with the HY and the proxies around it.


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It’s official: Amazon is coming to Brookfield’s 5 Manhattan West
E-commerce giant signs for 360K sf at Brookfield development


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The Far West Side has already drawn some of the world’s biggest financial and law firms. And now, it’s landed perhaps the biggest prize of them all: Amazon.

The e-commerce giant announced Thursday that it has signed a 360,000-square-foot, 15-year lease at Brookfield Property Partners’ 5 Manhattan West. It will serve as New York’s main location for Amazon Advertising, and jobs at the site will include software engineers, data analysts and economists.

Amazon will take all of the sixth and seventh floors of the 16-story, 1.8 million-square-foot building on 10th Avenue between 31st and 33rd streets, as well as parts of the eighth and 10th floors. It will bring the building’s occupancy rate to 99 percent, with other notable tenants including JPMorgan Chase and Whole Foods, which is anchoring the building’s ground floor with 60,000 square feet of space
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It’s official: Amazon is coming to Brookfield’s 5 Manhattan West
E-commerce giant signs for 360K sf at Brookfield development


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Great News for Brookfield and Manhattan West. What a rebirth for 5 Manhattan West.. now 99% occupied!


I wonder if this puts 2 Manhattan West in play for Amazon's search for a 2nd Headquarters.. which they announced last week. Amazon at 5 and 2 Manhattan West would be AWESOME! Amazon could be moving into their 2nd HQ around the same time that Manhattan West, the Hudson Yards phase 1 and Moynihan Station is completed!

It would make sense considering that Manhattan West/ Hudson Yards will be the premier business district in the country with the absolute best options for mass transit.. Subway, LIRR, Metro North, NJ Transit, Amtrak all coming into a brand new expanded train hall at Penn and Moynihan Stations and the 7 train up the block.

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^ I think the entire Manhattan West complex would be too small for what they are looking for. They would need something more on the scale of phase 2 of the railyard development. But it is good that they are taking a chunk out of this development. We'll see eventually what New York's effort to lure Amazon would look like though. The City and State have said they are making a play.
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More on Amazon...

http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/...icle-1.3511219

Amazon to bring 2,000 jobs to NYC with opening of new office

BY GLENN BLAIN
September 21, 2017

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Amazon is set to deliver 2,000 new jobs to the west side of Manhattan.

Gov. Cuomo announced Thursday that the online retailing giant will further expand its presence in the city by opening a 359,000-square-foot administrative office at 5 Manhattan West — a 15-story building on West 33rd Street.

"Amazon's further expansion in New York is proof positive that our strong economic climate, diverse workforce and talent, are helping to attract top-notch companies from around the world," Cuomo said in a statement.

As part of the deal, the state will provide the company with up to $20 million in performance-based tax credits. The company also plans to invest $55 million to outfit the space.

"We will continue to support the growth of this state's business sector, which in turn supports economic growth and the creation of quality, good-paying jobs across the Empire State,” Cuomo continued.

Amazon’s new office will provide a home for jobs in finance, sales, marketing and information technology with average salaries of $100,000 a year, state officials said.

The announcement comes barely two weeks after Amazon revealed plans to open a new, high-tech warehouse in Staten Island’s Global Logistics Park, creating 2,250 full -time jobs. It will receive up to $18 million in performance-based tax credits for that initiative.

In recent years, Amazon, the new owner of Whole Foods, has also created a Fashion Photography and Videography Studio in Brooklyn and opened an office on West 34th Street that created more than 500 jobs.

"We're excited to expand our presence in New York - we have always found great talent here," said Paul Kotas, Amazon's Senior Vice President of Worldwide Advertising. "Last January we announced our plans to create 100,000 full-time, full-benefit jobs in the U.S. by mid-2018 - and we are on track to reach that goal."
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5MW - lipstick on a pig. But woah, each floor is 100,000+ sqft?

They should figure out a way to connect the Highline to the walkway on the south side of 5MW along 31st.
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They should figure out a way to connect the Highline to the walkway on the south side of 5MW along 31st.
A lot depends on what happens with 360 10th Avenue.





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