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Old Posted Jun 13, 2014, 6:54 PM
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Very nice looking building. It will look nice on the Lower Manhattan skyline.
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Very slick, of course, it's not very likely that it will be the tallest fidi residential, given what we now know about 22 Thames.
Based on what we know right now, I don't think this will be more than the 4th tallest residential tower in Lower Manhattan.

22 Thames, certainly, then the Seaport-area supertall site now owned by Howard Hughes Corporation, and then 5 WTC.

Also, I think NY Yimby is slightly underestimating the height of 101 Murray. It looks around 1,000 ft. to me, but we'll have to wait for the official permit filings.
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NEW YORK | 101 Murray Street | 950 FT | 63 FLOORS

Revealed: 101 Tribeca, Downtown’s (Future) Tallest Residential Building





It does look slightly taller than tower 4. Build it.


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This one render isn't accurate...

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It does look slightly taller than tower 4. Build it.
Maybe from that crude rendering, yes, but considering this is 950 feet and Tower 4 is 977 feet, it's not.
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Maybe from that crude rendering, yes, but considering this is 950 feet and Tower 4 is 977 feet, it's not.
Which is why it only looks taller in that render. We don't know what the exact height is (they say 950 ft, but nothing is certain until permits are filed for final plans), or if in fact this is what will ultimately get built. But yeah, it does look taller in that rendering. Consider the last rendering, which obviously isn't accurate.
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Demolition Permits Filed at 101 Murray – The Site of Downtown Manhattan’s Future Tallest Condo

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Demolition permits have been filed with the Department of Buildings for the tallest condominium building south of ‘Billionaires’ Row.’ The approximately 950-foot tower revealed by real-estate blogger YIMBY last month will house 129 condos within a dramatic champagne flute-like design by the architects Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates.

Tentatively named 101 TriBeCa
, the uppermost floorplates increase in size to take greater advantage of views uptown and towards the river that most likely will remain unobstructed years to come due to restrictive zoning in TriBeCa and Battery Park City.

The 129 condos of 101 TriBeCa may face some stiff competition as Lower Manhattan continues to evolve at a record-setting pace. One block south of the Murray Street site, Ben Shaoul is bringing 161 condos to the upper floors of the former Verizon building at 140 West Street.

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This and 1 Vanderbilt need new diagrams.
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and manhattan west
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and manhattan west
We don't have a final design for anything on that site and only the height of tower 3 (the residential) is known.
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This along with 30 Park Place and 56 Leonard will help form a slope from the north towards the WTC. It's great to see this area being developed.
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Permits Filed: 101 Murray Street, Tribeca’s Future Tallest Skyscraper

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The Great Dummy Permit Frenzy of September 2014 has yet another applicant, though YIMBY already revealed the project earlier this year. The first filings are up for 101 Murray Street, between Murray and Warren in Tribeca; they list Goldstein Hill & West as the architect of record, and Fisher Brothers as the developer.

The permits indicate a height of 857 feet, which would be lower than figures attached to the renderings. DOB numbers also typically indicate the height to the highest occupied floor, rather than the actual roof, which could account for the discrepancy. The building’s 365,162 square feet of residential floorspace will be split between 139 residences, translating into a per-unit average of approximately 2,500 square feet.

Kohn Pedersen Fox is designing, and the tower’s actual height is likely closer to 950 feet. Its 62 stories will have a flute-like appearance, and levels 55-58 will have one unit apiece. The top four floors will be used for mechanical space, though the exact numbers and configuration may shift, pending amendments to the initial pre-building code-change filings. A 2,887-square foot retail component is also included on the ground level.
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^ It could very well end up above 900 ft. We'll just go with what's on the permit for now until official heights are revealed

(aka 169 West Street)


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Building Height (ft.): 857
Building Stories: 66
Dwelling Units: 139
I'm assuming the extra 4 floors on the permit are the sub level floors, breakdown below...

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If this was standing today, once all of the u/c finished, at the permit height (857 ft), it would be the 19th tallest in the city.
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