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Old Posted Oct 5, 2016, 6:08 PM
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Looks like concrete trucks were on site this afternoon :

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The good thing is that this tower will help mask some of the horror created by that garbage called 5 Beekman.
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Which itself was masking the horror that was the Lara. Seems to be a lot of masking going on down there.
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New Glimpses of COOKFOX's Soaring Downtown Condominium, 25 Park Row
Today, November 28, 2016

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L+M Development Partners is forging ahead with the construction of a 54-story mixed-use condo tower at 25 Park Row in the Financial District. As the company's largest Manhattan project to date, permits filed earlier this year show that the skyscraper will encompass roughly 213,000 square feet of residential space and soar more than 700 feet high. The broad midblock site is situated across from City Hall Park and held several low-rise buildings owned and occupied by J&R Music and Computer World. J&R retains a stake in the project, and as per Winick’s retail leasing page, 25 Park Row will be part of a massive retail overhaul spanning nearly 350 feet of frontage along Park Row.










More info and images in the post here.
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Clearer rendering posted by Ghostface on SSC. Looks a little busy for my taste, but I'm going to reserve judgement until we get a clearer rendering.

With this, the building next door, 45 Park Place, 111 Murray, the 700 footer on Fulton, the Seaport tower, and 45 Broad, it'll be nice to see downtown littered with cranes.


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Please don't tell me that is a blank wall...
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Please don't tell me that is a blank wall...

I had the same moment of fear, but no, I don't think it is
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You mean a blank wall on the Park Row side? from the rendering just posted it looks like that side is littered with windows.
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Two part question:

What's the deal with J&R? Are they permanently out of business or do they intend on reopening in the new retail "stump" at 1 Park Row?

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If not, why is 1 Park Row still shown as a stump when it holds so much potential as a multi story residential site?
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Old Posted Dec 1, 2016, 12:20 AM
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Fan of this diagram:

At least its better in its form than that crap called 5 Beekman.

Mods, can the title be changed to reflect the schematic height?

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Decent. Bit of a poor-man's AM Stern building. It's a great location.
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Another one to add to the massive u/c list.


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^ it sure looks that way -- good catch!




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Two part question:

What's the deal with J&R? Are they permanently out of business or do they intend on reopening in the new retail "stump" at 1 Park Row?

and

If not, why is 1 Park Row still shown as a stump when it holds so much potential as a multi story residential site?


i am wondering about the same thing. i dk what is up with j&r, but per peterqm's post above it looks like the one park row stump is expected to get redeveloped into a residential tower, so that is good news.
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Financing locked up, and per rbrome on yimby forums, there's activity on site.
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Old Posted Apr 28, 2017, 9:51 PM
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This tower will help to minimize the damage that 5 Beekman has caused to this great city. To this great planet.
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