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Old Posted Aug 8, 2017, 10:54 PM
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Time for 30 Hudon to pull out a 1 Vandy type spire, pushing it to 1400 ft. (I don't think that would look right though). I still expect SHoP's design for the $3 Billion 360 10th Ave will be taller than any of them, but that's some time off.

Maybe this will push Barnett into the spire game.
I'm all for skyscraper wars. Barnett really should do what is ethically right, and make a spire on CPT to the point where its the city's tallest period. Who likes being in 2nd place anyways?

I'm sure with the current design, on CPT, it could be pulled off and look really nice. But that would be too good to be true. To see new permits filed indicating such height.
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It's like another, slightly larger version of BofA - still more bulky than I would like for a spired tower. It needs more taper.
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Not sure if the 300 ft is above the parapet height, but it would make the tower at least 1,300 ft or more.




Another 18 months?
They have already been working on foundation for 18 months.
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Another 18 months?
They have already been working on foundation for 18 months.
I wonder if they are slowing down foundation work as maybe they are not so confident in landing a tenant or whoever they are negotiating with, might not be certain at the time. Essentially prolonging it.

Granted its leverage in having the foundation complete, reduces time for completion and delivery to "X" tenant. They were confident at one point, but things can always change. Just speculation on my part. 18 months for a foundation sounds sketchy at best.
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Ugh at the 300 ft spire.
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Another 18 months?
They have already been working on foundation for 18 months.
Maybe there was only partial work on the foundation (we have seen little of it).
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I think it's safe to say a early 2022 completion. Maybe this will be the focal point of Phase II as it should start to see steel if not sooner around 2020-22.
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Having a spire would totally damage the skyline. NYC is becoming the city of toothpicks. I wish they would cut it out. If they want to put lights on top of buildings, maybe consider putting crowns instead, like the Salesforce Tower in San Francisco.
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Having a spire would totally damage the skyline. NYC is becoming the city of toothpicks. I wish they would cut it out. If they want to put lights on top of buildings, maybe consider putting crowns instead, like the Salesforce Tower in San Francisco.
I agree, they should really remove the spires from Conde Nest and NY Times as I think both don't really do much for the NY skyline.
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I agree, they should really remove the spires from Conde Nest and NY Times as I think both don't really do much for the NY skyline.
The Conde Nast has an antenna that's in active use. It isn't a spire. The NY Times tower doesn't really need a spire. The BofA spire is a great addition that is visible from the streets as well as the skyline. We'll have to get a detailed view of what a planned spire on this tower would look like (other than the crappy rendering). But I would rather have the design altered to accommodate a spire rather than just tacking one on top.
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