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Old Posted Jan 10, 2018, 1:11 PM
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Park Lane is probably the most valuable development site on the planet. It's a goner.
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Old Posted Jan 10, 2018, 2:13 PM
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Yeah that site will be developed, its just the question of when really.

Ideally, it would be best to wait, until the ultra-luxury market isn't as saturated, and build a tower similar to CPT.

The super tall design may not be the final iteration, and is merely a placeholder until advances occur. Long-term is the key with that site.

IMO, I'd love to see a mixed used. Another hotel with a residential aspect (ultra-luxury). The residential functionality and price range will naturally come with the territory.

The site in theory could yield a new tallest. I think it will go the way of One57 and CPT as an investment tower meaning that it will attract wealth to invest in the units not for living, but for profit over time. If there is a hotel portion, that would give life to the potential tower.
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Park Lane is probably the most valuable development site on the planet. It's a goner.
Yup, that's what I was reading. The land alone is worth about 3/4 of a billion. And it's a tiny piece of land.
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Park Lane is probably the most valuable development site on the planet. It's a goner.
Yup. The only hope would be for some form of transferable development rights. Giving a developer more of an incentive to build nearby elsewhere on another site rather than demo and rebuild on the same site.

I have zero faith that NYC could structure such a plan, so I agree it's as good as gone.
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Not sure where else to post this, but this 50 minute Smithsonian documentary on New York has some pretty incredible shots of the skyline.
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They better leave Park Lane alone...my wife and I were married there.
Meh, it's alright. Can only hope its successor is better. If not, then I would also suggest they leave it alone.
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Old Posted Jan 24, 2018, 5:33 PM
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Will Harlem or anywhere north of Central Park get any large high rises or supertalls anytime soon. I haven't ever seen any proposals for anything tall north of 79th.
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Old Posted Jan 24, 2018, 5:48 PM
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Will Harlem or anywhere north of Central Park get any large high rises or supertalls anytime soon. I haven't ever seen any proposals for anything tall north of 79th.
Supertalls? Likely no, at least not in the near-term.

There are some 500 ft.+ buildings u/c or planned north of 79th. There's a 525 ft. tower rising at 3rd Ave. and 88th street. There's an 800 ft. tower planned for 96th & 1st. There are tons of 200-400 ft. projects, up through the Bronx.
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Old Posted Jan 27, 2018, 3:43 PM
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Super tall diagrams per SSP. Snap shot as of 1/27/18.

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Current proposal diagrams. LES Towers need to be added. A lot missing. But I guess once renderings and more info is provided, they too will get diagrams.

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There's a box you can tick that makes the diagram "show" towers without drawings, i.e. list them in the right order and show just a colored bar at ground level. For saving snapshots like this, I'd say showing those would make sense.
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From left to right: 220 CPS, CPT, One57, BOA, Stienway, Verre, ESB, 432 Park


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Looks like 80 Flatbush will be a super tall, and just make the 300m cutoff at 74 floors and 987 feet above street level.

Some new renderings:






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Old Posted Feb 21, 2018, 6:49 PM
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New Super tall Proposal: 270 Park Avenue

Thread: NEW YORK | 270 Park Ave | ~1,200 FT | 70 FLOORS

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Old Posted Feb 21, 2018, 10:58 PM
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We can see 220 CPS, Stienway, CPT, 432 Park, 281 5th Ave and Verre.



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Old Posted Feb 21, 2018, 11:06 PM
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Another Super tall cluster.


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Old Posted Feb 22, 2018, 12:59 AM
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NYC is friggin unstoppable.
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Old Posted Feb 22, 2018, 10:55 AM
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Woah, another building and architecture who can make me so amazed

But, so far, I'm so in love with Central Park Tower, they are made a good building and a good concept too for their architecture.
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