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Old Posted Nov 4, 2012, 2:43 PM
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not like it hasn't since the 1940's.
random decade??
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looks like i did speak too soon

http://archrecord.construction.com/n...eak-Ground.asp

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In addition to the Coach tower, KPF is designing a 1,300-foot high-rise. Connecting the two will be a five-story retail podium by Elkus Manfredi Architects, facing a landscaped plaza by Nelson Byrd Woltz. Also planned for the first phase: a 950-foot mixed-use tower with a hotel, condos, and shops, by SOM. Plus, Diller Scofidio + Renfro, along with the Rockwell Group, are designing a “culture shed,” a five-story moveable structure that abuts an 825-foot apartment tower that the team has also designed. The shed can roll out, like a trundle bed, to create a 55,000-square-foot performance and exhibition space.
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Old Posted Nov 17, 2012, 1:48 AM
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As long as the heights don't drop any further, I'm satisfied.
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The also refer to the tallest tower as "1300" when it's actually 1337, so maybe they're wrong about the 950 figure... who knows.
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The also refer to the tallest tower as "1300" when it's actually 1337, so maybe they're wrong about the 950 figure... who knows.
They probably rounded them to the nearest 50 feet.
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Old Posted Dec 4, 2012, 1:28 PM
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http://www.hudsonyardsnewyork.com/






http://www.hudsonyardsnewyork.com/work-place/e-tower


Within this incredible mixed-use tower, designed by famed New York City architect David Childs of SOM, a unique collection of uses and amenities accommodates every need an employee would want.

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E Tower Highlights

1.1 million gross square foot mixed-use tower
950 feet tall
61 stories

17 floors of office space with 33,000 rsf floor plates
4 floors of retail
3 floors of fitness featuring a basketball court, swimming pool and flagship Equinox Fitness Club
200-key Luxury Hotel spanning 11 floors which will include a Ballroom, Sky Lobby and Spa
21 floors of luxury residences
Located at the southeast corner of 11th Avenue and West 33rd Street





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^ A little Miami-ish, but I like it. Just a few years ago, this one tower alone would have us salivating. It's almost too much to take in at once.
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As a member, I hope I get access to that Equinox and it doesn't end up being like e at the Time Warner Center. This building is stunning.
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Old Posted Dec 4, 2012, 2:14 PM
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^ A little Miami-ish, but I like it. Just a few years ago, this one tower alone would have us salivating. It's almost too much to take in at once.
Yeah, we are so spoiled right now. But who can blame us? With so many supertalls on the rise it's getting hard to appreciate the non - supertalls, crazy.

Just have a look...

NEW YORK ... 825 FT
NEW YORK ... 950 FT
NEW YORK ... 895 FT
NEW YORK ... 1,337 FT

And this is just HY Phase 1...!

Exciting times for sure.
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I actually liked the previous taller version with no setbacks better.
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I did too. But I can't complain.
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I third that actually. Looks a bit fat from some angles, but to be honest, I'm really splitting hairs.

Related has said previously that they would move their offices into this building, but does anyone know how many sf they would take? This building will have 561,000 sf of office space, just curious how much will be left over after Related's move.
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Kinda forgot about the Hudson project till seeing it on the news today. Looks good. I can see the hi line in the one pic. Still haven't had the chance to check that out.
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Slightly off-topic, but I scoffed looking at the picture of the two walkers on the high line going into the Hudson Yards project. The high line is jam packed as it is every day. Especially during the summer months, parts of phase 2 consist of vegetation bottlenecks that limit a good flow of movement. It doesn't help when the lawn that was supposed to allow people to relax have all been closed off half the year, creating even more bottlenecks.

I foresee that adding thousands of new employees and residents from the Hudson Yards project will cause havoc on the high line, not to mention the upcoming Whitney Museum and other new projects on the high line. I think certain parts of phase 1 and phase 2 will have to be reworked in order to add pedestrian walking space.

Anyway, this project looks amazing and I cannot wait to visit that obs deck.
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Related has said previously that they would move their offices into this building, but does anyone know how many sf they would take? This building will have 561,000 sf of office space, just curious how much will be left over after Related's move.
Related as well as Oxford and Equinox will be headquarted here.

The blue area is the office space...

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BTW, Childs did turn this tower around the way he said he might....
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I noticed that too
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what are those 2 towers behind the equinox?
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what are those 2 towers behind the equinox?
The first one is supposed to be Extell's One Hudson Yards.
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