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Old Posted Mar 14, 2012, 6:46 PM
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Smile NEW YORK | 111 W 57th St | 1,350 FT | 77 FLOORS

http://a810-bisweb.nyc.gov/bisweb/Jo...ssdocnumber=01

Premises: 105 WEST 57 STREET MANHATTAN Job No: 121182246
BIN: 1023729 Block: 1010 Lot: 27 Document: 01 OF 1
Job Type: NB - NEW BUILDING

Document Overview Items Required Virtual Job Folder All Permits Schedule A Schedule B
Fees Paid Forms Received All Comments C/O Summary Plumbing Inspections
Crane Information Plan Examination C/O Preview
After Hours Variance Permits

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Development Challenge Process is pending Zoning Approval. For any issues, please contact the relevant borough office.

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Last Action: PLAN EXAM - IN PROCESS 03/09/2012 (H)

Pre-Filed: 03/07/2012 Building Type: Other Estimated Total Cost: $0.00
Date Filed: 03/08/2012 Fee Structure: STANDARD Filing Method: E-FILED
Review is requested under Building Code: 2008
Job Description Comments

1 Location Information (Filed At)
House No(s): 107 Street Name: WEST 57TH STREET
Borough: Manhattan Block: 1010 Lot: 27 BIN: 1023729 CB No: 105
Work on Floor(s): SC1,CEL,ROF 001 thru 051 Apt/Condo No(s):

2 Applicant of Record Information
Name: JOHN CETRA
Business Name: CETRA/CRI ARCHITECTURE, PLLC Business Phone: 212-941-9801
Business Address: 584 BROADWAY SUITE 401 NEW YORK NY 10012 Business Fax: 212-941-9440
E-Mail: CETRAJ@CETRARUDDY.COM Mobile Telephone:
License Number: 018861
Applicant Type: P.E. R.A Sign Hanger Other

Directive 14 Applicant
Not Applicable
Previous Applicant of Record
Not Applicable

3 Filing Representative
Name: BRIAN REDLEIN
Business Name: METROPOLIS GROUP, INC Business Phone: 212-233-6344
Business Address: 22 CORTLANDT STREET 10TH FLOOR NEW YORK NY 10007 Business Fax: 212-233-6344
E-Mail: BRIANR@METROPOLISNY.COM Mobile Telephone:
Registration Number: 26795

4 Filing Status
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5 Job Types
Alteration Type 1 New Building
Change in Exits/Egress
Change in Number of Stories Alteration Type 2 Full Demolition
Change in Number of Dwelling Units Alteration Type 3 Subdivision: Improved
Change in Room Count / Dwelling Units Sign Subdivision: Condo
Change in Occupancy / Use
Change inconsistent with current Cert. of Occup.
Alteration Type 1, OT "No Work" Directive 14 acceptance requested? Yes No

6 Work Types
BL - Boiler FA - Fire Alarm FB - Fuel Burning FS - Fuel Storage
FP - Fire Suppression MH - Mechanical PL - Plumbing SD - Standpipe
SP - Sprinkler EQ - Construction Equipment CC - Curb Cut
OT - GEN. CONSTR.

7 Plans/Construction Documents Submitted
Plans Page Count: Not Provided

8 Additional Information
Enlargement proposed?
No Yes Horizontal Vertical
Total Construction Floor Area: 105,401 sq.ft.

9 Additional Considerations, Limitations or Restrictions
Yes No
Structural peer review required per BC §1627 Peer Reviewer License No.(P.E.):
Filed to Comply with Local Law Local Law No./Year:
Other, Specify:
Restrictive Declaration / Easement
Zoning Exhibit Record (I,II,III,etc)
CRFN No.: 20050000342970 20050000342968 20050000342969 20050000342967
Landmark
Filed to Address Violation(s)
Legalization
"Little E" Hazmat Site
Unmapped Street Yes No
Adult Establishment Included in LMCCC
Compensated Development (Inclusionary Housing) Infill Zoning
Low Income Housing (Inclusionary Housing) Loft Board
Single Room Occupancy (SRO) Multiple Dwelling Quality Housing
Filing includes Lot Merger / Reapportionment (If Yes,17)
Includes permanent removal of standpipe, sprinkler or fire suppression related systems
Work includes partial demolition as defined in AC §28-101.5
Structural Stability affected by proposed work
Work includes lighting fixture and/or controls, installation or replacement. [§ECC 404 and 505]
Site Safety Job / Project

BSA Calendar No.(s):
CPC Calendar No.(s):

10 NYCECC Compliance New York City Energy Conservation Code (Applicant Statement)
To the best of my knowledge, belief and professional judgment, this application is in compliance with the NYCECC.
Energy analysis is on another job number:
Yes No

This application is, or is part of, a project that utilizes trade-offs among different major systems

This application utilizes trade-offs within a single major system

To the best of my knowledge, belief and professional judgment, all work under this application is exempt from the NYCECC in accordance with one of the following:
The work is an alteration of State or National historic building.
The scope of work is entirely in a low-energy building and is limited to the building envelope.
The scope of work does not affect the energy use of the building.
This is a post-approval amendment and exempt under a prior edition of the energy code.

11 Job Description
CONSTRUCT NEW BUILDING AND INSTALL NEW FENCE AS PER PLANS FILED HEREWITH
Related BIS Job Numbers:
Primary application Job Number:

12 Zoning Characteristics
District(s): C5-3 - RESTRICTED CENTRAL COMMERCIAL DISTRICT
Overlay(s):
Special District(s): MID - MIDTOWN
Map No.: 8c Street legal width (ft.): 100 Street status: Public Private
Zoning lot includes the following tax lots: Not Provided

Proposed: Use Zoning Area (sq.ft.) District FAR
COMMERCIAL 9,878 C5-3 1.44
RESIDENTIAL 81,973 C5-3 11.98
Proposed Totals: 91,851 -- 13.42
Existing Total: -- --

Proposed Lot Details: Lot Type: Corner Interior Through
Lot Coverage (%): 33 Lot Area (sq.ft.): 6,843 Lot Width (ft.): 43
Proposed Yard Details: No Yards Or
Front Yard (ft.): Rear Yard (ft.): Rear Yard Equivalent (ft.):
Side Yard 1 (ft.): Side Yard 2 (ft.):
Proposed Other Details: Perimeter Wall Height (ft.): 14
Enclosed Parking? Yes No No. of parking spaces:
13 Building Characteristics

Primary structural system: Masonry Concrete (CIP) Concrete (Precast) Wood
Steel (Structural) Steel (Cold-Formed) Steel (Encased in Concrete)


Proposed
Structural Occupancy Category: II - OTHER THAN I, III OR IV
Seismic Design Category: CATEGORY B
2008 Code Designations?
Occupancy Classification: R-2 - RESIDENTIAL: APARTMENT HOUSES Yes No
Construction Classification: I-B: 2 HOUR PROTECTED - NON-COMBUST Yes No
Multiple Dwelling Classification: HAEA
Building Height (ft.): 679
Building Stories: 51
Dwelling Units: 29

Mixed use building? Yes No

14 Fill
Not Applicable Off-Site On-Site Under 300 cubic yards

15 Construction Equipment
Chute Sidewalk Shed Construction Material: PLYWOOD
Fence Size: linear ft. BSA/MEA Approval No.:
Supported Scaffold Other

16 Curb Cut Description
Not Applicable

17 Tax Lot Characteristics
Not Provided

18 Fire Protection Equipment
Existing Proposed Existing Proposed
Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No
Fire Alarm Sprinkler
Fire Suppression Standpipe

19 Open Spaces
Not Provided

20 Site Characteristics
Yes No Yes No
Tidal / Fresh Water Wetlands Fire District
Urban Renewal Flood Hazard Area

21 Demolition Details
Not Applicable

22 Asbestos Abatement Compliance
Not Applicable

23 Signs
Not Applicable

24 Comments


25 Applicant's Statements and Signatures ( See paper form or check Forms Received )
Yes No
For New Building and Alteration 1 applications filed under the 2008 NYC Building Code only: does this building qualify for high-rise designation?
Directive 14 applications only: I certify that the construction documents submitted and all construction documents related to this application do not require a new or amended Certificate of Occupancy as there is no change in use, exits, or occupancy.

26 Owner's Information
Name: MICHAEL STERN
Relationship to Owner: MEMBER
Business Name: 107 WEST 57TH LLC Business Phone: 516-317-6667
Business Address: 5 EAST 17TH STREET 2ND FLOOR NEW YORK NY 10003 Business Fax:
E-Mail: MSTERN@JDSDEVELOPMENTGROUP.COM Owner Type: PARTNERSHIP
Non Profit: Yes No

Yes No
Owner's Certification Regarding Occupied Housing (Remain Occupied)
Owner's Certification Regarding Occupied Housing (Rent Control / Stabilization)
Owner DHCR Notification
Owner's Certification for Adult Establishment
Owner's Certification for Directive 14 (if applicable)


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Old Posted Mar 14, 2012, 6:50 PM
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This will be a very slim sliver tower designed by Cetra Ruddy architects.

There are really a bunch of towers planned for 57th Street.
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Old Posted Mar 14, 2012, 7:19 PM
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I just wrote this up,

http://newyorkyimby.blogspot.com/201...kyscraper.html

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Documents filed with the city reveal that another tower is in the proposal phase along 57th Street. The future building, at 105 West 57th, will contain 51 floors and rise 671' high. Despite the building's height, there will only be 27 apartments! The building is likely to be extremely luxurious, and prices on the finished product are likely to be quite astronomical. 10,000 square feet of the building will also be dedicated to ground-floor retail, with any tenant likely to be quite high-end given the building's prime location.
Another document shows the Hotel Crillon opening here... HMMM!
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Old Posted Mar 14, 2012, 8:26 PM
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BBR, that render looks vaguely familiar. Anyone have any idea when we could see a render or even actual movement on site?
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Old Posted Mar 14, 2012, 8:43 PM
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This the rendering AS OF NOW. I'm sure It'll change.

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Old Posted Mar 14, 2012, 8:55 PM
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That's an old rendering. I don't know if it still applies.
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Old Posted May 3, 2012, 11:45 AM
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New building permits were filed on 2 May 2012.
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Old Posted May 3, 2012, 12:45 PM
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Awesome news! This will be a skinny, skinny tower! I think the design shown is pretty nice. If they do change it, I just hope it doesn't just have blank walls on its sides and a base that doesn't line up with the street wall.
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The new permits have also added a floor; now it's 52 floors.
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Old Posted May 3, 2012, 7:00 PM
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This site is remarkably narrow for ~700 ft tower. I think it will be similar to the One Madison Park in dimensions.

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^^ Good to know, another 700 footer for NY. I lost count already.
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This the rendering AS OF NOW. I'm sure It'll change.

My druthers, of course; but I would like to see something like how the bottom "slenders out" can be applied to the top.

Upon further observation, I do believe they call that sort of thing "convexity"..................
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Seems like thin is the new in . . .
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Seems like thin is the new in . . .
As it should be. I can remember when 57th Street (at least W. 57th) was just another touristy destination, but its come back as well. It's the hottest block in Manhattan for ultra luxury apartments.
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As it should be. I can remember when 57th Street (at least W. 57th) was just another touristy destination, but its come back as well. It's the hottest block in Manhattan for ultra luxury apartments.
What impact do you think these luxury apartments and condos will have on the UES?
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^^ Not much, I think they're targeting a slightly different market.
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^^ Not much, I think they're targeting a slightly different market.
Is the UES more "old money"? And by "these luxury apartments and condos" I didn't mean just this building, but One57, and all of the others that have and are springing up.
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The UES consists of that old New York, Cornelius Vanderbilt money(couldn't find a better term to describe it), especially along the many multi-million dollar art-deco structures that line Park Avenue, and the surrounding streets. If I ever became rich out of respect I'd probably move to someplace like One 57, because the UES is reserved for the New Yorkers whose family names helped build the city, one way or another.
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Is the UES more "old money"? And by "these luxury apartments and condos" I didn't mean just this building, but One57, and all of the others that have and are springing up.
The UES is a residential neighborhood; W. 57 is the middle of Midtown and more mixed-use.

UES is the traditional wealth center in NYC.

And there are plenty of luxury condos being built on the UES. Probably more than Midtown. For whatever reason, I don't think we have SSP construction pages, but there's quite a few, especially in the eastern half (Third Ave. and points east).

One example is 127 E. 79, being built by Brodsky Organization, which will be one of the most expensive buildings ever built in NYC. Another is 200 E. 79, which is being built by Skyline Developers, and will also be very high-end. But there's many others.

If you're asking "what's the difference" between a buyer at one of those two E. 79th Street towers and the new towers going up on 57th Street, I would say that (very generally speaking) the E. 79th buildings will target very wealthy families with children (so big, family sized units) and 57th Street will target more internationals.
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If you're asking "what's the difference" between a buyer at one of those two E. 79th Street towers and the new towers going up on 57th Street, I would say that (very generally speaking) the E. 79th buildings will target very wealthy families with children (so big, family sized units) and 57th Street will target more internationals.
Exactly.
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