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Old Posted Dec 19, 2014, 1:10 AM
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We also hear that Harmon, Spies and and Kevin Donner of Eastdil Secured were just hired to market the development site that includes the former Syms store at 42 Trinity Place in Lower Manhattan. Sitting west of Trinity Church, it also includes 67 Greenwich St. and 81 Greenwich St.

The trio was hired by former Forest City executive, Matthew Messinger, now CEO of Trinity Place Holding, which took over the assets of the failed discount retailer.

Architects FxFowle have already prepared a rendering to help market the site that can be developed as-of-right with a mixed-use building of roughly 300,000 square feet. Nearby, Time Equities is averaging $2,400 per square foot for its condominiums on West Street and the future buyer of this site could include condos and hotel or even office space along with street retail.
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What's the deal with leaving that last crappy little building facing Edgar? The site has some cool potential for creating a flatiron type design especially if it spanned over Edgar and included that little triangular island as part of the parcel.
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Yea I see your point. It is an eye sore. Zooming in on the large rendering, it becomes apparent. Hopefully they do something with that.
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What's the deal with leaving that last crappy little building facing Edgar? The site has some cool potential for creating a flatiron type design especially if it spanned over Edgar and included that little triangular island as part of the parcel.
Landmarked building.
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Landmarked building.
So keep it. Span over it. Integrate it in some way. It looks ridiculous sitting there like that.

I can see it actually partially inside a glass atrium of the new tower.
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Studio C Architects is behind the current images, which show the rough potential of the site’s future occupant. Plans have the building rising 80 stories and 1,015 feet, though another tipster notes the tower could go even higher.
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Just when you think Downtown can't get any crazier. But as I recall, there are between 3 or 4 msf of unused air rights in that area that can likely go to residential development. So we haven't seen the last of it yet.


This would form a nice sandwich of 125 Greenwich with 4 WTC.


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Wow, that was unexpected! Also, it seems they can go even higher.

So we have 125 Greenwich, 80 South, the Broad St site and now this as four potential supertalls besides the WTC. Love it!

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So keep it. Span over it. Integrate it in some way. It looks ridiculous sitting there like that.

I can see it actually partially inside a glass atrium of the new tower.

42 Trinity Place, image by Studio C Architects

It does not look that bad here, it can be a little cute buildings if renovated. Plus, the little structure that is currently in front of it is gone thus opening up the street
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Wow, that was unexpected! Also, it seems they can go even higher.

So we have 125 Greenwich, 80 South, the Broad St site and now this as four potential supertalls besides the WTC. Love it!
There was some speculation that the garage right next to it would be razed and the site redeveloped but nothing has happened since. Yet, in due time we can get something there, too! More promising site is 111 Washington but doubt it would be a supertall

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That garage will go eventually. This is in the early planning stages at the moment and I would pay attention to the massing not the design specifics. With over 1 MSF there is no reason this wouldn't be 1,250'+ IMO.
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i love it. fantastic and absurdly narrow. that just makes it all the crazier. which means better of course. just great.
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wow i didnt see this one coming. is this the massive old syms store bldg site? i wondered what would happen to that, not surprised. if so, there are actually two small bldgs on one end of it + an empty lot on the corner of trinity pl & rector and then thrre is one small bldg on the other end of it.
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Love this!
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Now if someone could do a render of it with all of the planned towers in the area...
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This could be NY's boxy version of Chicago Trump Tower.
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The top 10 tallest NYC residential buildings: How does 42 Trinity Place stack up?

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APRIL 9, 2015

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YIMBY’s first look at renderings for 42 Trinity Place got us wondering: Where does this new supertall building lie in the battle to be NYC’s most massive residence?

42 Trinity Place has come a long way since 2011. As the site of the old Syms store, it was once described as “comically depressing.” Now, new renderings show the building rising 80 stories and 1,015 feet. Theoretically, the site and plans could accommodate an even taller building. With Trinity Church releasing 600,000 square feet of extra air rights, the Financial District may end up with another building in excess of one million square feet.

This potential size for the new 42 Trinity Place is larger than any other primarily residential supertall building in development, except for Nordstrom Tower at 217 West 57th Street. 42 Trinity Place will be mixed-use, with current plans showing a two-story retail space, three floors for the Department of Education, 31 floors of hotel, and all higher floors residential. Trinity Place Holdings is the prospective developer.

Let’s take a look at 42 Trinity Place compared to its NYC supertall, residential cousins. This top 10 list includes residential buildings proposed, under construction and recently completed.
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^ The graphics are off, but it won't take long for One57 to fall far from the top.
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