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Old Posted Apr 26, 2012, 8:32 AM
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Smile NEW YORK | 35 Hudson Yards | 1,000 FT | 79 FLOORS

We've seen the latest renderings of Related's planned mixed-use tower at 11th Avenue and 33rd Street in models and brochures.
Speculation puts the height at somewhere close to 1,000 ft. Here's the first rendering I've seen of the tower alone:


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Old Posted Apr 26, 2012, 8:37 AM
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Very beautiful!
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Great looking building. Hopefully breaks the 1000 foot mark.
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This whole development is the real deal.
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Old Posted Apr 26, 2012, 1:28 PM
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sharp looking tower. It seems 1,000 feet is the new 750 feet.
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From what I can tell, doesn't look to be very pedestrian friendly. You would think that would be important in NYC.
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From what I can tell, doesn't look to be very pedestrian friendly. You would think that would be important in NYC.
How so? It seems with the pedestrian boulevard, which is the second render in NYGuys second post, the North Lawn, Plaza, and High Line integration, this will be very pedestrian friendly. Do you mean like there's almost too much space physical space between the towers?
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The real excitement here is how transformed that area will be when all is said and done - these towers are a bonus.
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This development doesn't represent classic NYC urban form in many ways, but it will be very beautiful, integrated, unique and certainly pedestrian friendly. The renderings of the area as a whole tell us that much. No other city in the world will have a place like the Hudson Yards!
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If all these get built, the west side will be a new focal point in the manhattan skyline. I like this design, except in the visual house renderings, the only part i dont like is the bottom of the tower, it doesn't really seem to match it at all.
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Rendering without all the other stuff
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I really like this building.
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Hudson Yards- a city within a city.
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From what I can tell, doesn't look to be very pedestrian friendly. You would think that would be important in NYC.
The entire Hudson Yards area is actually designed to be extra pedestrian friendly.



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Rendering without all the other stuff
Very nice. It's ironic how all of these west side towers we have seen the last few years are shown in renderings alone, but in reality that will be far from the case. Still, you can see that it's an impressive tower in it's own right standing alone.




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I like this design, except in the visual house renderings, the only part i dont like is the bottom of the tower, it doesn't really seem to match it at all.
I think the office portion of the tower is meant to stand out. But overall, the bottom of the tower (opposite side) matches the top. It will be interesting to see how the design is refined.
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Definitely was not expecting something so sleek, as we have seen today!
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It looks very good. It would be a new design in the city...
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Old Posted Apr 27, 2012, 2:17 PM
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More looks at the bottom floors, which includes 3 levels of retail. I'm sure we will get better renderings eventually.














From one of the models, and this rendering, there's a slight setback at the top...





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SLEEK! Hudson Yards is so exciting, I can't wait to start seeing all these towers go up! Perfect height for that location.

The bottom part confuses me, but I'll just wait for more renderings before I pass judgement
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