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Old Posted Mar 24, 2015, 3:46 PM
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19-Story CitizenM Hotel on the Bowery

March 24th, 2015
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That pent-up energy from years of inactivity at 185 Bowery was relieved last week with an ejaculate of plywood fencing and construction crews. All of a sudden, there is an explosion of work at the CitizenM hotel site, mostly related to foundation and excavation. So what will this 19-story beast look like?

Good questions. An updated rendering was posted to the project site, as mandated by Department of Buildings. Yet, in the three years since the illustrations were first uncovered, the design of the Dutch-based CitizenM hotel on the Bowery apparently changed. For example, the new design does away with that terrible aquarium element atop the structure. Either way, it’s another tower to ruin the Bowery.

It’s worth noting that the gargantuan nature of this CitizenM hotel was possible due to a lack of zoning restrictions on the east side of the Bowery. That’s why the thoroughfare is so uneven when looking at building heights. On the other side, the Special Little Italy District limits the vertical to eighty-five feet.

Upon its eventual debut, the CitzenM hotel will boast 300 keys spread between floors 2 to 17 (20 rooms per level). Amenities for guests include a gym, basement bar, and rooftop lounge/terrace on the 19th floor. Plans also call for the construction of a 3,383 square-foot public plaza. Completion is expected sometime in the winter of 2016. We’ll take the over on that bet…
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There, at 130 William Street, the development firm is planning to erect a 50-story hotel and condo tower, according to plans filed with the Department of Buildings this afternoon, submitted by Goldstein, Hill & West Architects.

The skyscraper would reach 581 feet into the air, according to the filing, and include 188 apartments – likely condos – perched above an unspecified number of hotel rooms. The first and second floors would house retail, with the third through fifth floors set aside for residential and hotel amenity spaces. The hotel rooms would start on the sixth floor and reach through to the 17th, after which a mechanical floor would buffer the short-stay rooms from the permanent apartments.

Starting on the 19th floor, we find the apartments, with six units on each level up through the 49th floor (with the 34th floor set aside for residential amenities). There would then be one final apartment on the penthouse level, taking up the whole 50th floor. In total, the 188 apartments would be spread over 236,000 square feet of residential space, for an average unit size of over 1,250 square feet, strongly hinting at condos.

The hotel and retail space, meanwhile, would total 101,000 square feet.
The assemblage sits around, but not on, the corner of Fulton and William streets, stretching from 130 William Street south of Fulton (which Lightstone acquired earlier this year for $60 million) around to Gold Street and Fulton, but does not include 138 William Street, at the corner with Fulton.
Fisher Brothers owns 92 Fulton Street in the middle of the assemblage, having bought the site last June for $10 million. This could mean that they’re a partner in the development, or that they merely intend to sell the site to Lightstone.
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Barnard is planning to knock down Lehman Hall, which holds its library and faculty offices, and replace it with a new five-story building holding a library and classrooms, attached to a 12-story tower holding offices and a science center.

The college expects to demolish Lehman starting in December, and have the new building open by August 2018. The Columbia Spectator has covered the issue closely, with a more comprehensive story here.

Neighbors have been watching the plans closely, as it could affect their views and light on Claremont Avenue in particular — Frank Wolf, Dean Emeritus of Columbia’s School of Continuing Education says the school met with residents last June, but has not been nearly as forthcoming as they’d like. “They said they want to involve neighbors in the process but they mean exactly the opposite,” he wrote to us last month.
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Sam Chang plans to build a 13-story hotel in the Flatiron District, according to permits filed with the city today.

The 140-foot-tall structure would rise on the site of a parking lot at 111 East 24th Street, between Park South and Lexington Avenue, according to New York YIMBY. Chang, who runs Great Neck-based McSam Hotel Group, wants to build a roughly 38,400-square-foot hotel with 120 rooms. Plans call for 10 rooms apiece on floors two through 13.

Gene Kaufman, a regular Chang collaborator, is serving as the architect of record. Champion Parking now leases the parking lot.
Chang acquired the 99-year triple-net lease on the property at an annual rent of $90,000 in November.
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The application called for a 23-story, 241-foot-tall building, taking up most of the block bounded by Nostrand Avenue, Albemarle Road, East 29th Street, and Tilden Avenue, with frontage on the first three streets.

The design features a taper as the tower reaches skyward (going from up to a dozen apartments on the fourth floor to just three on the 23rd), somewhat minimizing the impact of the building’s height. The tower will be about as tall as 626 Flatbush Avenue, Hudson’s project on the other side of Flatbush, in Prospect Lefferts Gardens, which has caused much consternation (although the architecture for 1580 Nostrand is arguably more attractive than the PTAC-pocked 626 Flatbush, and definitely more interesting).

The building is planned to have 153 apartments, spread over 129,000 square feet of space. The average unit size of 840 square feet would normally be indicative of rentals, but condos are Hello Living’s bread and butter. With little common area that doesn’t count towards zoning, it’s possible the building will have private keyed elevators, saving on construction costs.
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The site’s developer is Premier Emerald LLC, and Shiming Tam is the architect of record. The 27-story building will have 143 rooms spanning approximately 57,000 square feet, and surprisingly, it appears the project’s design will actually be palatable.

Unlike most new hotels rising in the Financial District, 11 Stone will feature a minimal setback from the street-wall, keeping the block’s urban fabric intact. And above its base, the building will have some semblance of ornamentation, which is even rarer for new hotels, as most tend towards austere repetition of the most value-engineered floor-plates possible.

While the building’s roof height is 275 feet above the street, counting the water tank-encapsulating rooftop gives the project a minor boost to 295 feet. Even at that height, the structure will be swallowed by the man-made canyons of the Financial District.
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New thread for 200k square foot tower on a small site: 428 - 432 East 58th Street

Designed by Norman Foster too which is a big plus.

Thread: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=216374

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^ There's a thread for that one here.
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^ There's a thread for that one here.
Ah you're right. The name threw me off. Normally if I see a duplicate I edit it with new info if comes up, I'll reference it as an update to the original post.

I don't like duplicates so what I'll do is reserve that post slot for a newer development and just post it in the other as I can't actually merge posts nor delete them.

In future feel free to comment if you see any disparities.

I like to keep to the motto of one new project per post.

Also any feedback on the direction of the compilations please feel free to comment. Always welcomed.
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Made an update to post #67. Will add it also to the potential proposal links in the front page.

A couple of New York threads where moved to the completion section last two days, so in the future I will add a completed section to the directory.

Anytime that "last update" ticker is changed, most likely a new link has been added or moved to another category. Q3 will see many projects going from proposal -> construction.
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Cityplace and friends from the Barclays center and further up Flatbush (photos by me):

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A new project "823 Eleventh Avenue" will be 400 feet. No renderings or floor info yet, but Álvaro Siza, from Portugal, will be designing it.

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Thanks dc_denizen for contributing. Spread the word. Besides a compilation on new updates and stuff, this is also a discussion, so I encourage highrise photo updates and discussion from all. Even if just an opinion on a design.

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The South Bronx hotel boomlet continues apace, with a filing on Friday for a 98-key hotel at 156 Bruckner Boulevard, in the southeastern industrial corner of Mott Haven.

The 98 hotel rooms will be spread across 31,000 square feet of space, up to 16 rooms per floor, for an average room size of around 320 square feet. There will also be a 23-car parking area in an open space on the ground level, larger than required by code.

The developer is listed on the permit as Forest Hills-based Osher Niyazov, and the the architect as Julien Flander.

Niyazov picked up the development site – currently home to a low-slung brick building – earlier this year for $3 million, which works out to around $95 per buildable square foot.
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Thread: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=211129

Mentioning it: For sake of compilation, and for my records.

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Soho Properties has filed applications for a 29-story, 243-hotel-key mixed-use commercial building spanning 118,500 square feet at 560-564 7th Avenue, in Midtown. Stonehill & Taylor Architects is designing, and the existing six-story academic building was approved for demolition last year.
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Project: 90-75 Sutphin Boulevard

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Flushing, Queens-based Ampiera Group has purchased a vacant Jamaica, Queens commercial building from Arbern Sutphin Properties for $14 million, Marcus & Millichap told Commercial Observer. The deal closed last Tuesday.

Ampiera Group’s plans appear to call for a complete renovation and redevelopment of the property into a hotel, Mr. Plasky said. The company also bought 75,000 square feet of air rights a few months ago, allowing Ampiera Group to build a 155,000-square-foot building as-of-right. Titan Capital ID financed $10 million of the total $17.5 million purchase price of the property including the air rights, said Daniel Nadri of Titan. Ampiera Group wasn’t immediately reachable for comment.
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Project #1: Greenpoint Landing, 37 Blue Slip



Project #2: Greenpoint Landing, 41 Blue Slip



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37 Blue Slip will stand 30 stories tall and hold 372 units, while 41 Blue Slip will stand 39 floors with 401 apartments. Both towers will look fairly similar, though 37 Blue Slip will have an angular roof.

The towers appear to be a close match to some of the already-revealed low-rise buildings, including 21 Commercial Street. Besides the greater plan for Greenpoint Landing, plans are also underway for two CetraRuddy-designed towers at 77 Commercial Street just around the corner, and this slice of the waterfront is about to begin bustling with construction activity.
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Anyone know what ever became of this proposal?
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Construction Update: 29-07 Queens Plaza North



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Things are moving along quickly at the future site of a 31-story Marriott Hotel located at 29-07 Queens Plaza North. The building has topped out and facade work is approximately 80 percent done, as seen in photos below. The building has risen quickly since QBS last checked in on the site around this time last year.1 At that time, QBS noted, “like very little work has happened so far. Nothing’s peeking above the construction fence.”

Amazing what a year can do to change things. When all is said and done, there will be 160 hotel rooms on lower floors and 135 residences on top.
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