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New Renderings for 76 Eleventh Avenue. What an addition for the high line.




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Beautiful.

Reminds me of 625 W 57 and 30 Hudson Yards.
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High Line's Last Stretch Includes Plan for Large Piazza



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The city Parks Department wants to turn the last unused portion of the elevated rail into a 4,500-square-foot piazza, according to a plan obtained by DNAinfo New York.

The agency's plan covers a 420-foot-long swath that is referred to as the spur, as it juts out in the opposite direction from the High Line Park at 30th Street.

Parks Department renderings show that the section would be restored into a flora-filled walkway stretching along 30th Street between 11th and 10th avenues.

Part of the section would be a passage running under an office building at the south side of Hudson Yards Development. The passage area would include concession space and balconies overlooking the street.

The passage would then turn into the Threshold, a tree-lined path that would lead to seating steps and the piazza.

The piazza, which would sit above 10th Avenue at 30th Street, would be the largest open space on the 1.45-mile High Line. It would also have space for temporary art installations.

The city Design Commission approved the Parks Department's plan last week. Construction on the last section of the High Line is expected to start in late 2016. The Parks Department said it had about $21 million in funding that's available to build the final section.
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New Look At High Line-Hugging Conversion Of 512 West 22nd Street, Chelsea



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It was over two-and-a-half years ago that YIMBY told you of plans to convert a five-story warehouse at 510 West 22nd Street into an 10-story office building. Since then, the plan has changed to 11 stories and now, thanks to images on the architect’s website, we have a new look at what how the completed structure will appear.

The site, now listed as 512 West 22nd Street by COOKFOX Architects, sits at the southwestern corner of West 22nd Street and the High Line, just west of Tenth Avenue in Chelsea. It stretches down to West 21st Street.

In expanding the building from five stories to 11, the height will go from 67 feet to 147 feet. The square footage will grow from 82,650 to 137,081. Filings indicate that the building’s first floor will be protected from flooding.

The building still has the double-height outdoor space with greenery pictured in renderings back in July 2014. But the façade is altogether more rounded, making for a friendlier presentation, fitting for the High Line over which those outdoor spaces will look.
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^ hmm, looks like an attempt to fit in better with zaha hadid's potential masterpiece a few blocks north and that curved newish brick bldg on the se corner of w19st/10th ave..
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520 w28th -- rip zaha hadid




a better view of the groovy cladding on the north side

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The boom around the high line!

And this is just a portion of it too.


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76 eleventh avenue site this morning

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speaks for itself




the getty on w24th

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speaks for itself


Is this currently in demo or is that a pic of the new building going up?
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The Fitroy at 514 W28th St


FW4A1067 by Kevin Leclerc, on Flickr
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after a long dormant period, it appears the solar carve building next to the highline is underway.

just like that the old meatpacking warehouse is gone and they are working in the pit.






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the people were a-gawking at the hy culture shed & all the rest yesterday.

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Great to hear!!
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Any updates on the Zaha Hadid building?
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Roman & Williams' The Fitzroy Rises to the Occasion and to Street Level
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The new residential buildings along the High Line commonly tout their far-flung, brand name designers who bring bits of the avant-garde to our increasingly conservative-looking city. But at The Fitzroy at 514 West 24th Street, JDS Development and Largo Investments have tapped the New York-attuned firm of Roman and Williams Buildings and Interiors to fashion a tower that captures the uniqueness of New York while being bold and refreshing at the same time. Named the Fitzroy, the sumptuously-clad terra-cotta building will make its austere glass and concrete neighbors green with envy. Symmetry, classic motifs and timeless material are flaunted, telling us its design is meant to endure for the ages, and no layer of rust or soot will defile its grandeur.








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Old Posted May 17, 2017, 4:05 PM
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at long last we are solar carving at 30 tenth ave & w14st in the meatpacking district.

there are a couple dozen workers there today digging away.







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