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Old Posted Mar 3, 2015, 12:39 AM
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Crews are at the site doing work. Has been reported by an SSC member. Not anything major, but there is some activity there.
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From the developer: http://www.lightstonegroup.com/cases...fulton-street/

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Over an 18 month acquisition process, Lightstone assembled 5 fee parcels, 8 air-right parcels, and completed 32 tenant buyouts. The result was the creation of a unique, 406,853 square foot luxury residential development with an unparalleled amenity package designed to stand 63 stories and 700 ft. tall.

112-118 Fulton Street, a trophy asset in the heart of Lower Manhattan, constitutes a perfect example of an extremely difficult assemblage of both land parcels and air rights providing an extremely low and unprecedented land basis for a Manhattan development. The value created from this complicated assemblage provided Lightstone with an opportunity to create a rare Manhattan rental opportunity.
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I love the side street treatment. The sidewalk is expanded for much better pedestrian flow, the resulting arcade creates a nice sense of place and has a good deal of precedent around Downtown (like at the 1925 Barclay-Vesey building), yet the building above follows the streetwall, maintaining Downtown's famed canyon density and avoiding the effect of a barren Modernist plaza.
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I love the side street treatment. The sidewalk is expanded for much better pedestrian flow, the resulting arcade creates a nice sense of place and has a good deal of precedent around Downtown (like at the 1925 Barclay-Vesey building), yet the building above follows the streetwall, maintaining Downtown's famed canyon density and avoiding the effect of a barren Modernist plaza.
I love that corner, it opens up really gorgeous view- very nice progression from the low rise buildings on Fulton to the taller towers on Nassau/Beekman culminating with 30 Park and Woolworth. Splendid!
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U/C??

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Official Name 118 Fulton Street
Structure Type Building
Status Under Construction
Country United States
City New York City
Street Address & Map 118 Fulton Street
Building Function residential
Proposed 2014
Construction Start 2015
Completion 2018
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Height: Architectural 213.4 m / 700 ft
Floors Above Ground 63
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Main Contractor Times Square Construction, Inc.
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Old Posted Jul 4, 2015, 2:25 PM
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Yup this is u/c. This should be moved. Steel is in place.

Piling has been occurring for well over 2 months.
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Yup this is u/c. This should be moved. Steel is in place.

Piling has been occurring for well over 2 months.
Lol!...they should keep piling 'till the ends of time...that project is just good to get built in Miami,west of the US 95...
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NIKOLAI FEDAK
OCTOBER 13, 2015

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Late last year, YIMBY posted a video featuring renderings of plans for a new 63-story residential tower at 118 Fulton Street. The design featured in the film was originally created for the Lightstone Group, which sold off 112-118 Fulton Street to Carmel Partners last September for $171 million. But while the site’s developer has changed, its appearance has seemingly stayed the same, and a new on-site rendering (as well as a tipster’s submission) confirms that a design similar to the one previously posted will be built.

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That's positively banal. What a shame.
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Wow, that is terrible. They didn't even bother to pay for a proper parapet to hide the mechanical equipment.
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Meh, should have had at least a parapet.

Btw the tower is U/C.
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Height was reduced to 574 feet (175 m).
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Height was reduced to 574 feet (175 m).
Good news. Shorter means this pos will be less visible in the skyline.
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Old Posted Oct 30, 2015, 4:59 AM
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This ones ready for lift off.




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I took this yesterday. Maybe they're going with the previous version again?


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