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I hope so; in which case it may very well be a sub K'-tall--K'=thousand footer BTW--so as not to impinge upon Lady Chrysler's rightful dominance.
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19. Waiting to see what SHoP does with this one.



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@NYGuy Re: Post#2322, photo #19;

You commented that SHoP had plans for an adjacent building.

With that understanding, I wonder: Has there been any speculation as to whether something more vertical is in the works.

After all, this is MidTown East we're talking.
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@NYGuy Re: Post#2322, photo #19;

You commented that SHoP had plans for an adjacent building.

With that understanding, I wonder: Has there been any speculation as to whether something more vertical is in the works.

After all, this is MidTown East we're talking.
Nope. SHoP is doing a renovation. Also, dampen your expectations for Midtown East. There's only a few sites under the rezoning which passed that are likely to produce anything exciting in the short term.

https://therealdeal.com/2017/08/11/m...-hudson-yards/

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CBRE’s Mary Ann Tighe, however, expects that many landlords will opt to expand their buildings in the near-term. Under the rezoning, some sites can apply for additional floor area for “significant renovations.”
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She said new, ground-up buildings can be expected to sprout up every five years or so. Still, she’s optimistic that the rezoning will help shape a more modern commercial district.
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Old Posted Feb 18, 2018, 9:08 PM
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@NYGuy Re: Post#2322, photo #19;

You commented that SHoP had plans for an adjacent building.

With that understanding, I wonder: Has there been any speculation as to whether something more vertical is in the works.

After all, this is MidTown East we're talking.

There are a lot of interesting things taking shape in Midtown. The remake of 335 Madison won't be the first remake of that building...


https://www.emporis.com/buildings/11...rk-city-ny-usa


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Howard Milstein is no longer thinking about tearing down 335 Madison Ave. but will pour $100 million into a renovation by SHoP Architects.
https://nypost.com/2017/05/17/howard...fice-building/



There's no doubt that SHoP will come up with something pleasing here.

335 Madison
http://www.nyc-architecture.com/IM-1...-GON041-02.jpg




Unlike the Hudson Yards, sites in dense Midtown East will have smaller floorplates, but that in turn pushes the towers higher. Closer to being redeveloped is the planned tower at the Pfizer site,...


235 E. 42nd
http://skyscraperpage.com/forum/show...oto=nextoldest



Another site to watch is the former MTA headquarters redevelopment at 341 Madison Ave.
http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/showthread.php?t=197942




Projected redevelopment sites in Midtown East...

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Nice shot.

BTW, the following link goes to a site in Chicago, not the Pfizer site in NYC:

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Nice shot.

BTW, the following link goes to a site in Chicago, not the Pfizer site in NYC:

235 E. 42nd
http://skyscraperpage.com/forum/show...oto=nextoldest


The link I gave is correct. I don't know what you're getting.



An idea of how high the floors are...



https://www.instagram.com/p/BfbOuJdF...ken-by=wepn829

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So I work on the 14th Floor. A new new 57-floor building is being constructed next door. They finally reached the 14-floor mark. This is the view from my desk.

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Massive floor plates.

Enjoy it for what it is... not many sites have this kind of sheer size bar the West Side or East Midtown (rezoning). A block worth of dimensions.

I do hope the Midtown rezoning yields lots of stacking towers (ones build a top of already large, existing footprints). IMO, much preferred to just demo'ing "X" structure and starting new.
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