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Old Posted Aug 4, 2011, 6:59 PM
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Smile NEW YORK | 172 Madison Ave | 394 FT | 31 FLOORS

CIM, the new force in NYC, has bought the site located at 172-174 Madison on which the buildings were razed and an attractive 33 floor condo/hotel was planned.



http://therealdeal.com/newyork/artic...on-avenue-site
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I doubt the design will be retained, but FWIW the old design does look rather nice.
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Looks like a 3 WTC + NY Times Tower combo. I like this building.
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If this design is built it will be sad that its architect Frank Williams wont be around to see it.
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I agree.
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Have to agree. I like it.
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This alternative design also appears on SLCE's website.

I like it too.

I hope that the block to the south gets redeveloped too.

http://www.slcearch.com/hospitality-...nt/madison-33/
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Now that second design is just...silly...
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I find the alternative design acceptable too. Not as advanced, but still has a decent massing.

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I find the alternative design acceptable too. Not as advanced, but still has a decent massing.

I really like the setbacks on this alternate design. It would be hard for me to choose one over the other. I guess either would do just fine.
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It would be cooler if they designed an modern art deco mast on the top of the building.
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Vacant 172 Madison Avenue site will get 31-story building, after all
By: Joyce Chen January 21, 2014


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Permits have come ashore for 172 Madison Avenue, which real estate investor Yitzchak Tessler rescued from foreclosure.

Tessler is partnering with the parcel landowner, NMP Group, to develop a 31-story, 67-unit building at the vacant site on the corner of East 33rd Street.

The architect of record is Karl Fischer, according to the plan exam application filed January 17th. The 129,442-square-foot building will have ground-floor retail, bike storage and a fitness room with pool, saunas and changing room. The 30th and 31st floors will be occupied by a duplex.

NMP Group acquired the site and several neighboring parcels in 2007, with plans to build a residential and hotel development. After the firm defaulted on its loan, Los Angeles-based CIM Group purchased the $29 million mortgage and initiated foreclosure proceedings, according to The Real Deal. In 2013, Tessler paid off the debt and fees owed to CIM in a transaction worth at least $55 million, Crain’s reported.
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Occupancy Classification: R-2 - RESIDENTIAL: APARTMENT HOUSES
Building Height (ft.): 394
Building Stories: 31
Dwelling Units: 67

NEW YORK | 172 Madison Ave | 394 FT | 31 FLOORS
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Another Hot Karl?!? Does this dude work for minimum wage?
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